In this special edition of CapTech Trends, Vinnie chats live with one of CapTech’s data leaders, Arjun Baradwaj, about how companies can expertly leverage their data as a revenue stream through data productization.
Has consumer behavior returned to “pre-covid-19” norms? In this episode of CapTech Trends, Vinnie Schoenfelder chats with CX Principal Bree Basham about our 2021 consumer study which looks at consumers’ perceptions, behavior and technology usage. This annual study, started in 2020 during the pandemic, shows how customer expectations have shifted and how brands must emphasize innovation and inclusion to keep up with their customers.
Vinnie chats about the future of machine learning with data engineering director Calli Rogers. Learn why bias is inherent in data science and machine learning and why it's important to know your specific industry in addition to the math and statistics to be successful.
Your data is the most powerful data set that exists on the planet today. Should you have control over and own your own data? In this episode, Vinnie Schoenfelder welcomes mePrism CEO Tom Daly and CapTech co-CEO Steve Holdych to discuss data privacy and its value to both the consumer and companies.
Featuring ARtGlass CEO Greg Werkheiser, this CapTech Trends episode discusses how ARtglass, a Richmond, VA based company, is bringing cultural sites like Pompeii, George Washington's Mount Vernon, and Madame Tussaud's to life through an immersive Augmented Reality wearable.
In this episode, we speak with Jack Cox, Ryan Tarrant, and Brian Bischoff about how innovation challenges are great for employee morale and skills development. And if the focus is on true intellectual curiosity, the potential can extend beyond internal benefits. We’ve seen the solutions from our innovation challenges translate into new solutions that help our clients solve business challenges – and impact our bottom line.
In this episode, Vinnie Schoenfelder chats with Bree Basham and Kevin Vaughan about how to invest time and resources in innovation post-COVID-19. You'll hear about how businesses are identifying and quickly addressing new opportunities, how customer expectations are changing and how to look ahead and adapt quickly with innovation in mind.
The stage is set for 2021 to be the year of acceleration. Trends of the last few years are still relevant, but companies that have embarked on upgrading their technology strategy must now master it. To be successful in 2021, organizations must elevate and invest in technology with advanced architecture, strategy, integration, and implementation. Learn more about the year of acceleration in this podcast.
If your organization is new to Machine Learning (ML), there are some best practices and common pitfalls about which to be aware. Often, organizations become interested in the promise of ML, or they want to play catch-up with their competitors, but it’s not something that happens just because you want it. To be successful, you must first build a strong team comprised of the right, cross-functional talent.
We’ve been following Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) and predicted that AR would outpace VR. When AR came about in the 1960s, it was ahead of its time. When mobile came along, AR caught like wildfire. Unlike VR, which is still niche and not easily accessible, the cost of entry for AR is near $0 and it’s accessible to just about everyone. So where is AR working well, and where is it going next?
Hothouses involve truly understanding the problem, and then getting the right people into a room for a highly collaborative, cross functional, and flexible working session that yields impactful, actionable outcomes. What more can you expect to achieve out of them? Why are they an important and effective approach for solving tough challenges? And how you can ensure your Hothouse is successful?
Creating more diversity in the world of Technology will only result in a stronger, more impactful future for computer science. Black Girls Code fills a critical gap by motivating and teaching black girls to embrace the techie within and find joy with a future career in STEM.
Web accessibility enables the use of computing technology to improve digital experiences for those who are disabled or impaired. But organizations shouldn’t view web accessibility only as another compliance requirement. In this podcast, we discuss how strong accessibility strategies can help organizations reap rewards beyond compliance.
We explore some of the many applications of machine learning that propel vastly different industries. We also discuss the recent advancements in ML that are generating more interest than ever before. And finally, since no technology comes without challenges, our experts discuss recommendations on ways to combat potential complications so that you can win in curves in this critical time of innovation.
What is the real impact of COVID-19 on financial institution customers' financial lives? How can innovation help bridge the gap between a financial institution and their customers during these challenging times? Our research findings provide insights into customers’ financial decisions, attitudes toward future habits, and perception of their financial institution’s response to the pandemic.
technologies play a significant role in current, rapidly changing business dynamics. Chat bots, text bots, natural language processing, and other technologies provide extra value to customers in this contactless environment. Listen to hear what different industries are doing and simple ways to consider rolling out this type of technology.
Formally centralized enterprise architects have now migrated to be distributed architects working within functional teams to alleviate pain points; however, it is now evident that we have traded one set of problems within the old way for a new set of problems within the new way. Where does enterprise architecture perform best within an organization?
State agencies can improve systems and services during the change and constraints brought on by COVID-19. Adam Hofheimer and Dr. David Sprick, an operations administrator with the Kansas Department of Labor’s Division of Workers’ Compensation, tackle issues around people management, scheduling and queuing of in-person activities, creating efficiencies, and opportunities for innovation.
CapTech Agile Coaches discuss how to run an effective remote standup meeting amidst the unique circumstances of COVID-19. The speakers share how teams, both familiar and new to daily standups, can find their groove and improve standup meetings in this virtual environment.
As the global pandemic continues, CapTech thought leaders dive deeper into what makes a high-preforming team effective, especially while delivering remotely. The speakers share agile principles, best practices, and immediate changes that can be made to support teams amidst this new environment.
How have Agile, DevOps and Modern Architecture prepared development teams to continue to deliver in this socially distant and remote work environment? Dennis Bowne, a Principal who leads services at CapTech and who built our Agile practice area, joins us along with Jack Cox, a Fellow who leads innovation at CapTech.