Consumers felt its disruptive impact when borders closed and countries were locked down. These disruptions may have inconvenienced the world’s population, but they had significant repercussions for the global economy. In this article, we’ll discuss more on what you should know about digital supply chain. In 2020, the US and EU suffered an estimated $4T…
Insight Category: Business & Technology Strategy
Corporations are seeing an increasing need to implement AI due to the COVID-19 pandemic as shifts in the workplace threaten their traditional infrastructure.
With advancements in 5G technology, autonomous vehicles are making great strides towards reality. The global driverless car market is anticipated to experience a compound annual growth rate of 18.06% between 2020-2025.
5G or fifth-generation wireless technology is a term that you have probably heard about in the media recently. Understanding what 5G is and how it’s set to reinvent life as we know it is critical for B2B and B2C companies.
COVID-19 continues to impact companies across the world in new and unusual ways, unlike anything else in modern history. Never before have companies had greater reliance on access to global suppliers, customers, and resources. While highly beneficial for the growth of the global economy, this strength has quickly turned into a major risk due to COVID-19. Companies are struggling to manage diverse and complex supply chains, with decreased access to data. Additionally, consumer preferences have been turned upside down in many industries, as customer purchasing habits have changed due to changing priorities and financial volatility.
From Autonomous Vehicles to 5G Applications to Telehealth, Liberty Advisor Group outlines the top technology trends for 2021.
Did you know that artificial intelligence (AI) can potentially increase your business productivity by as much as 40%? AI is disrupting the world as we know it. From healthcare to fintech, industries are beginning to embrace this fascinating field of computer science. And with the global coronavirus pandemic which has seen mass retrenchments and 42% of U.S. workers forced to work remotely, there has never been a bigger need for AI in business than now.
In the midst of a global pandemic, millions of people have experienced telehealth with a virtual exam for the first time this year. I did. It was enlightening. I completed my patient intake online, waited in the virtual lobby for a few minutes, had a quick introductory consultation with my doctor, and I was done. …
Economic disruptions like the Coronavirus demonstrate the growing need for the digitization of critical business functions. Liberty Advisor Group explores how to transform into a more resilient company.
During the COVID-19 crisis, Liberty continues to partner with our clients to help them create collaborative, virtual workspaces while ensuring they protect and secure their businesses.