Featuring a blend of interviews with organisations and people driving innovation and change with digital technologies for businesses, mixed with research team conversations about hot industry issues. From MWD Advisors: a specialist industry advisory firm focused on How Digital Technology Changes Work.
Smart Cows, Adobe/Microsoft/SAP v Salesforce, and more
In this 30'01" episode, Craig and Neil talk about the challenges of extending digital initiatives out into the field, the announcement by Adobe, Microsoft and SAP of an 'Open Data Initiative', and the ongoing challenges faced by the current state-of-the-art AI-powered image recognition software.
The future of process automation, with Bonitasoft's Miguel Valdes Faura
In this 35'14" episode, Neil Ward-Dutton talks to Bonitasoft's CEO Miguel Valdes Faura about BPM's past and present, and where process automation is going next. Neil and Miguel talk specifically about support for different types of work, the impact of microservices, as well as (of course) the impact of Robotic Process Automation - RPA.
TIBCO's evolution, Building a global data consent ledger
In this 30'19" episode Craig Wentworth and Neil Ward-Dutton discuss the ongoing evolution of digital platform specialist TIBCO Software, and explore hu-manity.co's initiative to build a blockchain-based Global Consent Ledger that individuals can use to grant access to third parties for use of personal data.
They also make bad puns about sea mammals.
A conversation with TIBCO's Shawn Rogers
In this 29’21” podcast episode, Craig Wentworth talks to Shawn Rogers, Senior Director of Analytic Strategy at TIBCO. Topics covered include data privacy, literacy, and trust – and how all this affects the nature of customer relationships built around data-driven services; how brands can use regulatory compliance to their advantage to trade on their good data ethics; how customers themselves can become empowered to take more control over the use of their personal data (linking to the data self-sovereignty movement, with technologies like blockchain helping to build trust in that area; and the importance of data transparency in exposing and rectifying data bias in analytics and AI processes.
Blockchain, poetry auctions and dealing with the RPA frenzy
In this 25'48" episode Neil and Craig discuss the world's first blockchain poetry auction and the implications for being able to hold and trade non-fungible tokens; and how we all need to be careful as UiPath's crazy momentum - and the wider RPA investment and adoption frenzy - continue to unfold.