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This is a transcript of our interview with Aidan Parisian, VP Customer Strategy at Fastpath
You can watch the original video interview here…
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Cost-based Pricing is fast becoming a relic of the past and being substituted by the concept of Target Costing. Target Costing is referred to as an organized process to determine the cost at which a proposed product must be developed so as to generate profits at the product’s anticipated…Continue
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First, I wanted to share an extract from the book I am reading at the moment
The chapter is called “I Know It Works in Practice, but Does It Work in Theory? On John Harrison, Semmelweis and the Electronic Cigarette” and I though it gives a great historical take on why most risk managers and all …Continue
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In late 1995, the Java programming language explodes onto the Internet world. The guarantee of Java innovation was that it would turn into the universal glue that links users with data no matter where it originates from - web workers, databases, data suppliers, or some other comprehensible source. Without a doubt, Java is in a promising situation to fulfill this guarantee.
It is a very emphatically designed language that has picked up adoption by every single significant vendor, with…Continue
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With miniaturization becoming the latest trend globally, micromachining gaining importance in manufacturing micro parts. Many surgeries and various Diagnoses can be possible without pain with the miniaturization of medical tools.
Micromachining may refer to the process and techniques for the construction of various structures of 2D and 3D on the micron scale. The small parts used for the aim of making watches were considered microelements until recently. Micromachining is the…Continue
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Here is why High Voltage Cables are trending in the industry. We need to know about the high voltage cables, their types, components, advantages, and disadvantages in their application. The demand for electricity is increasing with the increase in population, therefore its proper supply must be guaranteed. For the supply of electricity over long distances, there is a necessity for high voltage cables. The properties of…Continue
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Technology adoption is on many industries’ agenda, but will regulations be able to keep up with the advances? Will regulators simply use technology to support the regulatory process or will they exercise their regulatory power on the algorithms themselves?
In this episode we discuss the key features of RegTech and Algorithmic Regulation.…Continue
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Mobile advertising is only beginning to receive attention across the world. Location-based Advertising is a specific type of mobile advertising.
Location-based Advertising means information that is controlled by advertising companies especially for those locations where consumers access an advertising medium. This is a comparatively new medium that allows users to be exposed to advertising on the communication devices that they carry with them, specifically in the form of…Continue
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My stats guru colleague Dr Andrew Pratley and I are on the move to tackle Quantifornication, the plucking of numbers out of thin air. Here is the seventh in a series we are co-writing.
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The community’s hyperfocus on novel methods ignores what's really important.…Continue
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To remain relevant and resilient, companies and leaders must strive to build business models using three key components for growth.…
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