We look at the most likely business trends of 2018. There are many buzzwords and new technologies to consider, but the overwhelming theme is data, the gathering of data and the protection of any data you hold and process.
While chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Budget reiterated previous digital investments, he also committed additional funding to boost initiatives around artificial intelligence, 5G and full-fibre broadband.
The way businesses interact with customers has drastically changed in the last decade, due to the rise of mobile and other technologies.
As the rise of artificial intelligence continues, we spoke with growing AI business Humley, which specialises in machine-to-human communication.
Stuart Holmes, sales director EMEA at AFEX, explains how the introduction of a programme for prepaid cards can give SME leaders crucial competitive advantages.
Smaller businesses are more likely to feel positive about new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, than larger companies.
With expectant consumers to drop a brand at any moment, good customer service is now a multifaceted discipline, argues Jan Cavelle.
“The road to three per cent,” a CBI report, has claimed Brexit could diminish access to funding and collaboration, “damaging our influence overseas”. With its warning in mind, more companies have started recruiting for innovation.
As the Taylor report on employment in the modern economy highlighted, our workplaces are changing rapidly. And some of the biggest drivers of that change are automation, robots and artificial intelligence.
Many organisations are using artificial intelligence (AI) to crunch through huge data systems so that they can discover a new, more effective, business AI performance, discusses Webgains CEO Richard Dennys.
With continued growth each year, Receipt Bank has received a $50m Series B investment to take its automated bookkeeping platform to the next level.
It’s no secret that artificial intelligence (AI) is well and truly on the rise in businesses of all sizes. What does that mean for the hiring process within SMEs?