Aera In Action
In this exclusive paper, Neil Ackerman, Head of Advanced Technologies, Global Supply Chain, Middle East, and Africa at Johnson&Johnson shares fascinating insights and points of view on corporate innovation in light of Cognitive Automation
Successfully adopting disruptive technologies is one of the biggest yet rewarding efforts of CIOs and IT leaders.
Cognitive Automation is a new model that is being brought into play to help supply chains during a crisis and prepare for the future.
How can a large organization use cognitive automation to innovate crucial business processes? For RB, whose products include Lysol and Mucinex, one of the answers was moving away from proprietary IT technology and partnering with companies such as Aera Technology.
These days, there's nothing simple about supply and demand. With goods being manufactured all over the world, and customers expecting a very personal experience when they purchase goods and services, the idea of an intelligent, efficient supply chain becomes an increasingly vital part of doing business.