To achieve and maintain a market leading position, organisations rely on the effective deployment of technology. But with an ever changing technological landscape it is only those organisations who embrace and adopt new and emergent technologies who will succeed in the long term.
The term Digital Twin emerged in 2017 as one of the main technological trends according to Gartner consultancy and its results have been demonstrated in multiple areas. This article aims to introduce the concept of Digital Twin technology, reviewing some of its main benefits and presenting a practical example. In order to develop a solution to optimize its warehouse, we co-innovate in collaboration with Frit Ravich, the leading manufacturer and distributor of external brands from well-established companies such as Mars Spain, Nestlé and Ferrero (3,000 references) that serve around 50,000 points of sale every week.
Although we’re primarily an analytics company, at Clariba we like to maintain an up to date awareness of the wider business context in which we operate. Recently, we’ve been looking at the risks around data protection practices and how these can be mitigated using AI. We thought it would prove helpful to our readers to publish our findings, even if the subject matter is something of a departure from our core output.
Many companies have difficulty automating or streamlining workflows which require manual decision making at one or more stages, and the result is often poor efficiency, as processes stall due to human oversight. SAP Cloud Platform Workflow was developed to solve this precise problem - the interface between automation and manual controls.
At Clariba we have many years of experience in the development and maintenance of SAP Design Studio and SAP Lumira dashboards. Early on we recognized the power these solutions have to produce stunning, actionable dashboards for C-level executives at top performing organizations in Europe and the Middle East.
Traditionally, the only data available to the football industry for gaining insight and analytics into a match or training session was the same data we could see on television: goals scored, corners won, ball possession, and so on. Nowadays, thanks to advanced data collection devices, tracking and cameras, real time data with X, Y, Z coordinates registering every relevant action for each player during training sessions and games is abundantly available.