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Organizations are re-inventing themselves to deliver deeper and more valuable experiences across all aspects of the customer’s journey. No matter the size or industry, each supplier and partner plays a critical role in an organization’s ability to provide an exceptional customer experience.
In May, at the IBM Smarter Commerce Global Summit in Tampa, FL, IBM introduced new cloud-based and on premise software and services to help clients deepen engagement with partners and suppliers to help ensure goods and services are delivered precisely when and where they are needed. The new B2B integration software will provide better insight and control over today’s extended value chain as well as lower risk and enhance compliance.
Joining me today to tell us what this all means for not only IBM's clients but the venerable giant's internal structure is Terrence Curley, Director of Products for B2B & Commerce at IBM.
Jonathan Ferrar, VP IBM's Smarter Workforce, will discuss the new initiative which is all about empowering HR, empowering the workforce and empowering your business.
He'll discuss the benefits of the Smarter Workforce - gaining the insight and ability to hire the right talent, engage your people and collaborate together.
Zahir Ladhani is Vice President Smarter Workforce, IBM. Specifically, he leads the IBM Science & Consulting Group within Smarter Workforce. The goal of the Science & Consulting group is to help client's take the guesswork out of hiring, engagement, retention—and anything else that affects their workforce.
He joined Kenexa in 2010 in business development and was made President in 2011. He led the acquisition of Salary.com for Kenexa. And, with the IBM acquisition of Kenexa, along with his other responsibilities, helped aid the integration.
He joined Kenexa, an IBM company, with accounting, marketing, sales and operations experience from AstraZeneca where he was greatly involved with many major pharmaceutical launches.
Additionally, he continues to be a guest lecturer for MIT Sloan, Goldey-Beacon College and a guest speaker for IBM and World at Work, among others.
Tom Ortuso reports on IBM earnings and Apple Pay.
Why did Warren Buffett lose money on IBM and KO? Also how the average investor can actually have a higher profit portfolio, than most mutual and other managed funds. In addition Martha Stokes CMT discusses why mutual funds hold stocks that are trending down. Radio Show Mon 9am PT
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Designing Exceptional Digital Experiences with IBM Social Business, Base22, and City Forward. Hosted by Pam Moore, CEO & Founder, Marketing Nutz.
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You have 5 seconds to engage your audience online? 1 in 10 people own 3+ mobile devices?
Larry Bowden, Vice President, IBM Digital Experience Software Ben Shoemate, Base22 Co-founder and User Experience Specialist City Forward Team - Gina Cardosi, Kent Van Horn, Jeff Berg, Dave Rook
City Forward: http://cityforward.org
August 15, 2013 – Today IBM announced a definitive agreement to acquire Trusteer, a leading provider of software that helps protect organizations against financial fraud and advanced security threats. Join Caleb Barlow, Marc Van Zadelhoff and Yishay Yovel moments after the announcement to discuss the Trusteer solution, the formation of a new IBM cybersecurity lab in Israel and the capabilities that Trusteer will brings to the table to combat fraud and malware thru “trusted transactions” for mobile and traditional endpoints.
Podcast topics include: Trusteer, malware, mobile security, financial fraud, cybersecurity, accertify 41 Parameter Silver Tail Systems, RSA, Guardian Analytics ThreatMetrix, Kount, Iovation, fraud intelligence, QRadar, i2, SPSS, InfoSphere, financial malware, advanced threat protection, financial crimes, advanced persistent threat, trusted transactions
Tonite (3.29.2014) we talked about:
The Ukraine crisis.
Dick Cheney said he loves waterboarding.
IBM says Big Brother surveillance is good and do not fight it.
Visit FreeWorldFilmWorks.com - for DVDs exposing the CRIMES of Big Brother.
INVITADO: MANUEL ÁVALOS Manuel Ávalos Vega es gerente mundial de Soluciones en Almacenamiento en la Nube de IBM y uno de los pocos miembros en Latinoamérica de la Academia de Tecnología de la compañía. Es uno de los inventores de esta empresa global y se desarrolla en la planta de Guadalajara. IBM desarrolló una computadora llamada “Watson”, que entiende el lenguaje humano y ya se comercializó en áreas como salud, transporte y seguridad. En la actualidad, Manuel Ávalos se encuentra desarrollando una patente denominada Configuración de Multilenguajes en Sistemas de Mensajería Instantánea. No te lo pierdas este martes.