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    Customer behaviour specialist moves to grow engineering teams

    Artificial intelligence (AI) customer behaviour company Xineoh will use a $1.5-million equity investment completed in December to grow its engineering team and its marketing and sales team to sustain its growth, says Xineoh CEO Vian Chinner. Xineoh’s engineering team grapples with complex data and analytics challenges, including the vast number of permutations of successive analyses, and the data problems – albeit temporary – this creates. For example, merely retaining the transient data from an analytics cycle could be greater than what one machine can store, necessitating the creation of another layer to manage the temporary storage and management of this transient data.

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    Customer behaviour specialist moves to grow engineering teams

    Artificial intelligence (AI) customer behaviour company Xineoh will use a $1.5-million equity investment completed in December to grow its engineering team and its marketing and sales team to sustain its growth, says Xineoh CEO Vian Chinner. Xineoh’s engineering team grapples with complex data and analytics challenges, including the vast number of permutations of successive analyses, and the data problems – albeit temporary – this creates. For example, merely retaining the transient data from an analytics cycle could be greater than what one machine can store, necessitating the creation of another layer to manage the temporary storage and management of this transient data.

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    IBM moves to support blockchain-based industrial supply chain solutions

    Information technology multinational IBM is working with a wide range of industrial and commercial companies and organisations to develop blockchain-based industrial supply chain systems that improve on a range of value chain functions, including visib…

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    IBM moves to support blockchain-based industrial supply chain solutions

    Information technology multinational IBM is working with a wide range of industrial and commercial companies and organisations to develop blockchain-based industrial supply chain systems that improve on a range of value chain functions, including visib…

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    Transport projects in Africa provide fillip for infrastructure development

    Transport infrastructure projects comprise 40% of the 482 infrastructure development projects surveyed in Africa, and represent a critical element for supporting further infrastructure development, says Deloitte Infrastructure and Capital Projects East…

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    Transport projects in Africa provide fillip for infrastructure development

    Transport infrastructure projects comprise 40% of the 482 infrastructure development projects surveyed in Africa, and represent a critical element for supporting further infrastructure development, says Deloitte Infrastructure and Capital Projects East…

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    KAP grows interim revenue

    JSE-listed KAP Industrial Holdings grew its revenue by 16% to R13.29-billion in the interim period to the end of December, up from R11.48-billion during the first half of 2018, the company reported on Tuesday. The diversified industrial firm, however, …

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    KAP grows interim revenue

    JSE-listed KAP Industrial Holdings grew its revenue by 16% to R13.29-billion in the interim period to the end of December, up from R11.48-billion during the first half of 2018, the company reported on Tuesday. The diversified industrial firm, however, …

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    Industrial firms moving to integrate artificial intelligence with ERP systems

    Agility has become a key requirement for industrial companies that need to make decisions more quickly and accurately, and is a key trend in 2019, says industrial enterprise resource planning (ERP) multinational Syspro Africa product manager Deidre Fryer. “Industrial companies will look to software to help them make decisions quicker. This requires the combination of the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and ERP systems. These technologies have become synonymous with the ability to generate valuable business insights quickly.”

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    Industrial firms moving to integrate artificial intelligence with ERP systems

    Agility has become a key requirement for industrial companies that need to make decisions more quickly and accurately, and is a key trend in 2019, says industrial enterprise resource planning (ERP) multinational Syspro Africa product manager Deidre Fryer. “Industrial companies will look to software to help them make decisions quicker. This requires the combination of the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and ERP systems. These technologies have become synonymous with the ability to generate valuable business insights quickly.”

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