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Innovative Technology That's Changing the Face of Business - Finnegan Pierson - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

Innovative Technology That's Changing the Face of Business

From new advancements with 3D printing to artificial intelligence technologies, there’s no question that tech innovations are growing – and fast. As more and more cutting-edge technologies are making their way to the market, many business strategies are evolving, too. If you are interested in learning more about what innovations are on their way and what may impact your business, you should keep reading. Here you can learn more about the latest tech advancements and how they may impact your business now and in the future.

The Introduction of 5G Networks  

While 5G isn’t exactly all-new (as it was first rolled out by some telecommunications in 2018), it is something that is still impacting and transforming the business realm. With 5G, users are promised faster connectivity, reduced power consumption, and lower latencies. What this means is that now, mobile-powered connectivity is much faster than the majority of wired broadband services in the United States.

There are many in the business realm who believe this is going to fuel further innovation from the internet of things, augmented reality, PaaS, cloud services, media, health care, virtual reality, smart homes, and more. All this is going to create amazing business opportunities across an array of industries.

More Mainstream Blockchain Apps

Decentralized apps, typically referred to as just dApps, are something that is predicted to become more mainstream and will have millions of users. Chances are, there will also be billion-dollar valuations being announced in many blockchain companies, which is something that is even considered a bit strange today. It is going to become more and more common in the coming years, and something that is exciting for all sorts of blockchain startups.

An Increase in AI-Enabled Platforms for More Automated Work

AI solutions are something that is going to revolutionize business. With these in place, business owners will have the ability to focus more on their core work, while leaving time-intensive tasks and busy work to the machines.

Customer Service Transformation by Machine Learning

More and more enhancements are being introduced in the realm of machine learning. This is something that is going to improve modern customer service professionals and help ensure they are as effective at their jobs as possible. With all the acquisitions related to AI technology companies by some of the biggest players, it is clear that this is set to be a rather hot topic in the tech realm.

3D Printing

When it comes to American manufacturing, many believe that 3D printing is going to be a catalyst. With this technology, it is possible to make smaller items, such as gifts, logos, toys, and more using a 3D printer in-house. With this type of tech, it is much easier for you to create a prototype of a new product, test it, improve it, and go through all this without spending a few thousand dollars to create the prototype. There is no question that this year will be one that 3D printing really makes a move into mainstream business operations.

New and Improved Security Measures

Data security is becoming more and more important. With data breaches having entered into the more mainstream news cycle, many consumers have built more awareness regarding how data is treated, and there is a much higher corporate responsibility regarding data privacy. There are also new security tools that are emerging on both the consumer and corporate sides. It is necessary for business owners to be cognizant of various security risks that are presented with newer technologies.

Are You Ready to Integrate New Technology?

If you want to ensure your business has the highest level of success possible, it is important to remain abreast of all the tech advances that are now available. By doing so, you can remain ahead of the competition and feel confident that your business will have the best chance of success possible. Being informed is the best way to ensure that your business has the tech innovations that are needed.

Publish Date: February 27, 2020 12:13 AM

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