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Data and Digital Convergence: Driving Change in the U.S. Healthcare System

Data and Digital Convergence: Driving Change in the U.S. Healthcare System

“The mandates to improve care, advance quality and share information, combined with the constant pressure to reduce costs within the healthcare ecosystem, demand far greater collaboration and coordination than ever before in U.S. healthcare.” Ralph Burns President, Healthcare and Life Sciences NTT DATA In the United States, the healthcare ecosystem is moving briskly toward a […]

Getting Your Business Ready for the Internet of Things (IoT)

Getting Your Business Ready for the Internet of Things (IoT)

According to an Information Week report, Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4)[i] has almost run out of addresses for devices. That’s why IPv6 had to be introduced: to ensure that we can move from the 10 billion connected devices today (more than the population of the world) to over 50 billion connected devices in 2020, according […]

Why Relationship Matters in Delivering  Results to CFOs | White Paper

Why Relationship Matters in Delivering Results to CFOs | White Paper

The role of the CFO has been transformed with today’s top finance executives managing a broad set of responsibilities that span financial and strategic decision making. According to numerous surveys of CFOs across a wide set of industry segments, CFOs remain responsible for reporting past financial performance but are also taking a leading role in […]

How to Use Customer Data to Improve Your Customer Experience in the Call Center

How to Use Customer Data to Improve Your Customer Experience in the Call Center

Customers are telling you exactly how to win and keep them. They share their data willingly, in exchange for a great brand experience. It’s up to savvy customer experience teams to make use of that data.  Learn about best in class strategies in the new Harte Hanks point of view paper “How to Use Your […]

Running IT at Two Speeds

Running IT at Two Speeds

Imagine this: two trains leaving the station, side by side. One is a freight train, ambling along at a very predictable pace, carefully transporting the raw materials a company needs to conduct basic business. Nothing glamorous, but it gets the job done. The other is a bullet train—sleek, aerodynamically designed, zipping along at high speed; […]

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