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  1. A customer journey map is a deliverable created by UX designers (or with the input of UX designers) as a way of helping businesses better understand their users’ needs. By mapping the user journey of a product or service across all their touchpoints, we can learn not only where our UX is falling short, but how we can optimize these journeys for more conversions (usually by removing friction).
    https://www.sitepoint.com/boost-ux-with-analytics-and-customer-journey-mapping/
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  2. The following is a short extract from our book, Researching UX: Analytics, written by Luke Hay. It’s the ultimate guide to using analytics for improved user experience. SitePoint Premium members get access with their membership, or you can buy a copy in stores worldwide.

    To understand why your users behave the way they do, you first need to get to know them. You may make assumptions about who those users are, but you should be constantly challenging those assumptions, or at least be backing them up with facts...
    https://www.sitepoint.com/getting-to-know-your-users-with-analytics/
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  3. When people mull over “cutting the cable” and switching to streaming or slinging their home entertainment, they tend to fall into two camps: those who understand the new technologies (or trust their tech-savvy offspring) and those who haven’t a clue and just stick with what they have.

    In business, there is a similar technology “comfort” divide, and banks are no exception. There is one key difference between the consumer and business worlds, however. At home, it doesn’t matter too much, relatively speaking, if you just stick with cable. In business, increasingly, the ability to effectively assimilate new technology is mission critical, and perhaps even existential.
    http://www.bankingexchange.com/news-feed/item/7111-how-to-get-tech?Itemid=101/
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  4. How the advancements in several third platform technologies, innovation accelerators and other technologies – and their convergence – drive next generation applications and why and where it matters. For years many of us have been paying attention to the ways that several technological realities such as IoT, big data and artificial intelligence (AI) are impacting organizations across numerous industries, applications and areas.

    When we looked at the several technologies in the SMAC stack (social, mobile, analytics and cloud) or IDC’s core 3rd platform technologies we looked at them separately but also in their combinations and interlinked value as they powered new next generation applications. It seemed pretty obvious that cloud services, big data/analytics, mobility (mobile devices, apps and broadband) and social (business) were fully intertwined ever since we started writing about that third platform, which IDC presented back in 2011.
    https://www.i-scoop.eu/iot-2018-1/iot-ai-big-data-analytics/
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  5. How the advancements in several third platform technologies, innovation accelerators and other technologies – and their convergence – drive next generation applications and why and where it matters.

    For years many of us have been paying attention to the ways that several technological realities such as the Internet of Things, big data and artificial intelligence (AI) are impacting organizations across numerous industries, applications and areas.
    https://www.i-scoop.eu/convergence-ai-iot-big-data-analytics/
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  6. Logistics, transportation and warehousing (supply chain overall) are traditionally among the first movers in the space of connected devices which can sense and ‘communicate’, long before the term ‘Internet of Things‘ even was coined.

    The global connected logistics market 2016-2020: growth at a CAGR of close to 30%. With RFID and other connected logistics possibilities, the logistics market tries to build competitive benefits in a world where speed matters more than ever.
    https://www.i-scoop.eu/digital-transformation/transportation-logistics-supply-chain-management/connected-logistics-2017-2020/
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  7. Flipkart is the biggest ecommerce firm in India, with around 37% market share, according to industry estimates. It confirmed the deal but didn't say how much SoftBank had invested. The Economic Times pegged the deal between $2.4 — $2.5 billion (around £1.9 billion). Flipkart had already raised $1.4 billion (£1.1 billion) as part of the same funding round from Tencent, Microsoft, and eBay. Overall, the shopping company now has $4 billion (£3.1 billion) in cash.
    http://www.businessinsider.com/softbank-invests-billions-in-indias-flipkart-2017-8/
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  8. Species that adapt survive, according to Charles Darwin -- and not even necessarily those that rely on strength. Strategies and platforms are evolving in the digital age, and consumers are engaging brands on channels that didn't exist a few years ago.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescommunicationscouncil/2017/09/06/key-digital-marketing-trends-to-prepare-for-in-2017-2018/#210a08095d1b/
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