Business Review USA – October edition now available

By teleteria

Data Bank, Marriott and Main Street Renewal all feature exclusively in the October edition of Business Review USA magazine.

The first feature is a look at a new blueprint for digital transformation, a five-step plan presented in a new book by Oliver Ratzesberger, EVP & Chief Product Officer, Teradata and Mohanbir Sawhney from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Illinois.

The book plots a journey to ‘a new model for analytic capability, maturity, and agility at scale’, with a promise to ‘change the way everyone in business makes decisions’.

Next is a look into space and how more and more investment is being made into space-related projects. Daniel Domberger and Graham Carberry of investment firm Livingstone discuss the reasons behind this developing trend.

Among the other excusive company insights featured is hospitality giant Marriott, whose Senior VP of Global Procurement Stéphane Masson reveals how the company has transformed its supply chain operations, not least through recruiting the right-minded people. Other supply chain focuses come from BDP International, Main Street Renewal and Knichel Logistics.

The construction sector also comes under the spotlight in this edition, with two data centre focuses coming from Infomart and DataBank.


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