Revolutionary technologies present both challenges and opportunities for OEMs and providers of leading-edge hardware, software, and services.
Technology is at the core of everything we do today. Whether it is communication, logistics/navigation, commerce, or travel, we are all highly dependent upon digital technology to execute almost every activity that connects us personally and commercially. And while technology has changed over the years and has morphed from private computing environments with most assets owned and housed by the user to an “as a service” model, our dependence upon technology has skyrocketed. The introduction and adoption of revolutionary technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, the Metaverse, and Virtual and Augmented Reality is dramatically changing the way we work, live, and play and presents tremendous commercial opportunity for the developers and providers of leading-edge hardware, software, and services.
Downtime is death
- Systems Security and data privacy are non-negotiables today, and with the rise in cyber-crime and “Day 0” threats, more pressure than ever is being put on technology providers to provide bulletproof computing and communication networks.
- The right distribution network is the key to sales capacity and customer needs satisfaction, but the right computing and communications networks are the keys to transacting business at the speed of light. If customers can’t reach you, they can’t buy from you. 100% availability and instantaneous response time are table stakes today.
Technology today doesn’t accelerate business. It creates it.
Nobody reads user manuals anymore. If it’s not intuitive and invaluable from Day 1, it’s DOA. And it’s delayed DOA if the technology doesn’t keep up with the irrepressible changes in market needs, competitive pressures, seismic cultural and social shifts, and the speed of business. Whatever technology you deploy, it has to be easy to implement, easy to use, and deliver a competitive edge. Cargo knows how to interpret what you need today to develop, deliver, and deploy practical marketing applications, tools, and platforms that elevate brand awareness, relevance, and preference today and deliver even more tomorrow. How? Because we project. We think ahead. We track what has happened, blend it with what is likely to happen, and give you technology to make it happen. As Peter Drucker said, “The best way to predict the future… is to create it.” Let’s go.