According to McKinsey, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Accenture and Bain, the biggest prospects for growth, employment and new opportunities are in five main emerging markets: Artificial Intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR) and Blockchain. Gartner estimates that the business value produced by AI alone will hit $3.9 trillion by 2022— just three years from now.
Nearly every industry will soon become dependent on or need to integrate several or all of these technologies, particularly in areas such as infrastructure, real estate, insurance, retail, education, and transport. Whether you’re working for a Fortune 1000 corporation like GE, Toyota, Honeywell, General Electric or Target, or just starting up, your organizational needs are the same. To order to remain competitive, you need to have a group of visionaries, innovators, research and development expertise, and fast implementers or prototypers to find out how to integrate such innovations into new or existing products.
When you want to sell practically any service, it must be smart and linked.
The challenge? Putting the right team together with the skills, experience and contacts to deliver easily and cost-effectively the right products to market. So how are you challenging these emerging technologies with wine, BBQ and some of the smartest market leaders in an Austin, Texas backyard?
I was alone with Andy Timm recently. He is a former CTO of one of America’s most famous IOT companies, a creator, “Digital Orchestrator,” and an “Ecosystem Architect” focused on helping businesses create high-quality products, services, and even business models. For low-risk innovation, research and development, he has developed a special collaborative process. He’ll take visionaries or product creators, and match them with vendors involved in these technology platforms.
So how are you disrupting these emerging technologies with beer, BBQ and some of the smartest market leaders in an Austin, Texas backyard?
I was alone with Andy Timm recently. He is a former CTO of one of America’s most famous IOT firms, a developer, “Virtual Orchestrator,” and an “Ecosystem Architect” focused on helping businesses create high-quality products, services, and even business models. For low-risk technology, research and development, he has created a unique collaborative process. He would take visionaries or developers of products and align them with vendors participating in these networks for technology. He will operate in companies or enterprises from there, speaking
The final line? Andy has come up with a truly unique way of reducing R&D costs and risks, prototyping and innovating new and modified products for emerging market innovations – in months rather than years.