Find out how KFC Philippines manages its own poultry processing, warehouses and trucking network using a business intelligence platform running on AWS and implemented by Info Alchemy.
With this solution, KFC remain competitive in a value-driven market with the aspiration to further integrate its operations and introduce modern data-collection in its stores.
Digital technology is becoming more pervasive and it brings disruption and positive transformation in all aspects of our society. It is changing the way we do things and it is occurring rapidly that we risk not being able to support its momentum due to lack of available skills. Digital Transformation has created increasing demands for new skills and consequently, the latest content and new educational experiences which are driving trends in Education.
Surveys indicate that 60% of customers stay longer on premises and spend 50% more money than before. These are just some of the positive benefits that business owners can expect to get from their guest WiFi investments but there are more business benefits that owners can take advantage by analyzing WiFi data. In this article, we continue to explore Digital Transformation and focus on how companies can leverage digital technology to transform their business.
Digital Transformation is becoming a hot trend in the corporate and the business world today. Like any major trend, there is a key motivating factor that is driving organizations to transform digitally. Ironically, Digital Disruption, the innovative use of digital technologies combined with disruptive business models, is the key driver to Digital Transformation.
One of the latest trend that is being felt, seen and heard in the corporate world is the use of modern technology combined with innovative business models that is making a profound impact on certain industries and businesses. Welcome to the age of Digital Transformation!
“In the age of digital, data as a game-changer is an understatement,” begins Emil Capino, founder, president and COO of Info Alchemy Corporation, as he touches upon the concept of data being a flywheel of innovation, which leads to digital transformation. Backed by more than 20 years of experience in IT consulting, Capino leads his team at Info Alchemy to embrace the “Data as a flywheel of innovation” concept, which was popularized by Amazon Web Services. While data stored on-premises stifles growth and innovation, Capino believes that data must be stored in the cloud so organizations can fully leverage the latest and emerging technologies to enable innovation and accelerate their transformation.
Info Alchemy Corporation was incorporated in 2001 as a regional distribution partner for a recognized data integration software market leader. Fast forward sixteen years, today Info Alchemy has evolved into an established consulting and outsourcing services company that helps customers jumpstart their learning and adoption of big data and advanced analytics. The company possesses a proven track record in end-to-end data warehousing and business intelligence implementation which sets it apart as one of the best performing big data solutions provider.
Operating a business today means that companies have to keep up with a fast-paced and competitive world; more and more traditional companies are moving toward digitalisation and are embracing new technologies to improve their operations.
Info Alchemy Corporation’s journey commenced in 2001 as a regional distribution partner for a recognized data integration solutions provider, Informatica. Fast forward sixteen years, today Info Alchemy has evolved into an established boutique big data and analytics consulting and outsourcing Services Company that helps customers to jumpstart their learning and adoption of big data and analytics. The company possesses a proven track record in implementing end-to-end data warehousing and business intelligence.
Philippine-based IT consulting and outsourcing company Info Alchemy Corp and Singapore’s Global Science & Technology Forum (GSTF) have formed a strategic partnership to address the impending shortage of talent in the Big Data arena – pegged to hit $20 billion by 2016.