When it comes to tailored staff augmentation solutions for tech, companies have the option to bring on experts with various skill sets, from product managers and project managers to business analysts and designers.
Here’s a scene you’ve probably seen play out in a tech company C-suite near you: The CEO bemoans that their CTO (or CIO) “just doesn’t get it,” while the CTO stews over the fact that the CEO “has no clue about our workload!”
As businesses across industries rush to understand and embrace AI to help streamline operations and create new opportunities and efficiencies, Walmart’s move makes it clear that organizations will need partners like Sphere to help synergize human expertise with AI capabilities.
Here are five ways that IoMT is positioned to make a significant impact on healthcare and life sciences in the coming years.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have become the catalyst of business growth. But, a successful M&A requires far more than getting the financial numbers right
In 2023, interoperability is still top of the agenda for leaders and decision-makers, referring to the timely and secure access, integration and use of electronic health data to optimize health outcomes for individuals and populations.
The demand on the product manager can become overwhelming, and in these circumstances, it's easy to lose sight of your time-to-value. Why is that function vital for your health tech project, and how to find the rare gem you and your team need?
Every patient, test, scan, diagnosis, treatment plan, medical trial, prescription and final health outcome produces a data point that can help improve how we deliver care in the future.
Be Aware: 5 Types of Tech Debt It’s crucial that business leaders, especially those in tech, fully grasp the implications of tech debt as it can significantly impact an organization's agility, innovation, and overall success. Tech debt comes in various forms, each with its own set of challenges. Here are the five main types
Key Takeaways: Innovative Insights: Renowned speakers like Dr. Shelley Francis shared some of the main concerns organizations and governments have when it comes to Fleet Management. Some examples are: Charging Infrastructure, where should they charge? How long does it take to charge, and how does that fit into the strategy? All of these should