Barry Lynch, manufacturing solutions company Factora Solutions, is well-versed in the language of manufacturing and Industry 4.0, having spent many years with General Electric before joining team.
The fourth industrial revolution is upon us, but what does that mean for CEOs? It means investing in crucial technologies, even if it feels uncomfortable.
A CEO whose $13 billion company is at the center of IoT developments in automotive, aerospace, medical devices and other manufacturing industries shares his advice on how to leverage the technology.
For some companies, advances in manufacturing automation, analytics and cloud technology have converged, helping them attain new levels of efficiency, supply chain flexibility and quality.
Richard Milam, CEO of EnableSoft, was ahead of the curve on robotic process automation. He talks about the tech’s power to improve efficiencies and whether or not, it actually replaces a person’s job.
Can traditional retail CEOs keep up with Amazon? Yes, just Frank Poore, the CEO of CommerceHub, whose company helps brick-and-mortar retailers with their online product assortments.
With 15,700 global employees serving more than 2 million customers in more than 125 countries, Avnet CEO Bill Amelio needs to stay on top a lot of moving pieces each day.
Forget about speed, the business jet performance metrics that matter most to executives are often the bandwidth, speed and coverage area of onboard connectivity equipment
PSafe CEO Marco DeMello spoke with Chief Executive about the things CEOs need to know about cybersecurity and mobile devices, where the biggest threats are moving forward and how he’s managed growth at PSafe.
To ensure companies achieve the full potential of AI – and to mitigate its potential risks – CEOs cannot relegate AI strategy to IT departments.