Harness the Power of Web Scraping

Ever heard this old joke?

“What’s the difference between minor and major surgery?” (more…)

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Digital Twins: Virtual Life in the Real World

8 minute read

“We will never make productivity gains like we did with the Industrial Revolution.”

This statement, made at a lecture I recently attended, really stuck with me because I disagreed with it so strongly. Continue reading →

Climbing Your Adoption Everest

You’ve painstakingly selected and implemented technology that optimizes your business processes. Why aren’t your employees using it? (more…)

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Preparing Your Global Business for AI

6 minute read

The World Trade Center Institute (WTCI) prides itself on preparing everyone, from college students to CEOs, for success in the global economy. Its quarterly AGILE Innovation Series is a space for international business leaders to come together, hear and discuss new ideas. Over…

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Inject Intelligence into Your Reporting

5 minute read

We’ve got some good news and some bad news. As is tradition, let’s start with the bad news.

Bad News: Businesses are drowning in distributed data. There’s so much to know and – thanks to cloud computing and IoT – it’s so far-flung that a data…

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Integration in the Real World

5 minute read

Integration is the elephant in the room these days. As Gartner predicted way back in 2012, it’s consuming more resources than ever before because it’s more necessary than ever before. The explosion of cloud-enabled SaaS products means most companies are spending more on integration…

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Facilitating a Smart City That Serves People, Not Tech

The City of Baltimore has plans, big plans, digital transformation plans. That’s why they reached out to MOXIE Promotion’s Laura Gaworecki to work her Waterfront Tech Series magic. Laura’s vision for Episode 7: Smart City was a panel discussion to educate people about smart cities…

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Putting Process Before Platform

5 minute read

Q: What is a business process? Is it a string of tech-enabled operations? A series of collaborative events, people working together to get things done? Maybe, like Gartner, you see it as the steps you take to satisfy a customer? Or is it…

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Engagement as a Productivity Indicator

5 minute read

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is one of 12 regional Federal Reserve Banks that make up the U.S. central banking system. Mind Over Machines has enjoyed a close working relationship with the Richmond Fed’s Baltimore branch since our CEO Tom Loveland took…

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Navigating the Power Shift with AI, Sales, and Customer Relationships

Originally posted on the Salesforce blog.
6 minute read

When Tiffani first started her sales career back in the late 1990s, sales still controlled much of the buyer’s journey. Reps would provide product demonstrations, sharing pricing, and arranging customer references.

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