Below are some of the digital enablement programmes available to you that can support your business transformation to accelerate new revenue growth with Data and IoT solutions aligned to our Practice Builder Methodology. The digital enablement programmes are supported by our local Tech Data Data and IoT solution specialists that will support and guide you the relevant enablement to support your business strategy. All digital enablement is hosted on the Tech Data learning management tool, Tech Data Channel Academy.
Join us, as we take a deep dive into the challenges businesses are set to face as they begin to re-open offices. We will be giving you tips and tricks to help you combat each challenge, as well as expert advice on how to:
This original Tech Data mini-series will show the opportunity of using insights through Analytics to grow your business. In a world full of data, it’s crucial for business to use the
right tools. The objective of these sessions is to show how organizations can easily leverage technology to boost revenue. You cannot miss it!
AI is emerging as the next frontier of technology and computing. The fusing of Analytics and AI is unlocking significant business value and enabling new transformation opportunities for enterprises. With the new IBM Cloud Pak™ for Data, Tech Data is in a unique position to support its Business Partners to capture these opportunities.
2020 has seen unprecedented rate of change in the way we live, both during and post pandemic. Supply chains are the lifeblood of our economy.
Tech Data aggregates data, analytics, AI, hybrid cloud and edge computing to deliver solutions that drive business outcomes and help us keep the economy running. Find out how RTLS, Digital Twins, Blockchain, Computer Vision and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) can help you customers to stay competitive.
Engage with our Transport and Logistics Academy to understand the issues, new trends and emerging opportunities of supply chains. This academy consists of a live industry panel discussion and a subsequent library of six on-demand sessions expanding on specific themes.
Over the past few years interest has grown into how companies get more out of their buildings, whether leased or owned. The efficiency of Smart Spaces can now be assessed using four key criteria; services and the experience of users, the management of spaces, operations and maintenance and increased energy efficiency. Other factors such as health and safety, Monder Criminal Lawyer Group, cost optimisation and the length of an asset’s life cycle are also very important now and going forwards in this time of great change.
Tech Data aggregates data, analytics, AI, hybrid cloud and edge computing to deliver solutions that drive business outcomes.
Engage with our Smart Spaces Academy to understand the issues, new trends and emerging opportunities of building management. This academy consists of a live industry panel discussion and a subsequent library of eight on-demand sessions expanding on specific themes.
The digital transformation of the manufacturing industry is here, creating more and more possibilities for manufacturers to innovate using agile processes and technologies to be more efficient and profitable. Still, the adoption of Data Solutions and IoT technologies often poses crucial concerns to manufacturers; where to start, how to estimate ROI, what business outcomes can be achieved? Our EMEA team of solutions architects and industry specialists have put together a program of 8 masterclasses, to walk you through the main manufacturing use cases where data solutions and edge technologies can make a difference.
From automation, food production, electronics to PetChems, you will learn the impact of Industry 4.0, what drives it and what’s in it for your business and your customers. Sensor, Actuators, Field protocols and Big Data, security and agile Manufacturing to name just a few of the topics we will delve into during this series. Again, sponsored by Intel, delivered by your Tech Data EMEA Data Solutions and IoT team.
Computer Vision is a sub set of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and leverages Machine (ML) algorithms; data is collected using sensors and is usually processed by computing at the edge.
Computer Vision is how computers see and understand digital images and videos. Computer Vision spans all tasks performed by biological vision systems, including “seeing” or sensing a visual stimulus, understanding what is being seen, and extracting complex information into a form that can be used in other processes. Our introduction to Computer Vision explains how it works then there are two further sessions to engage with:
Introduction to Computer Vision
Taking Computer Vision to Market
Computer Vision Solutions Showcase
Digital transformation has been taking by storm the Retail sector at fast pace, creating more engaging experiences for shoppers and making store operations more agile and profitable. Still, the adoption of IoT and Data technologies in the Store often poses crucial concerns to Retailers: where to start, how to estimate ROI, what business outcomes can be achieved? Our EMEA team of solutions architects and industry specialists have put together a program of 11 masterclasses, to walk you through the main Retail use cases where edge technologies and data together can make a difference. From fashion stores to supermarkets, from malls to airports, you will learn how computer vision, RFID technology, smart refrigeration, asset tracking, beacons, digital signage and AI can elevate the shopping experience, while improving operativity and reducing waste in the store. Sponsored by Intel, delivered to your by our Tech Data EMEA team.