July 2, 2019

3D printing and reshoring impacts the real estate industry

It is difficult to find workers for almost any blue-collar job in this economy. What does that mean for small towns and rural areas where the problem is even more acute?
May 31, 2019

Man vs. Machine

Bain & Company (2017) estimate that Business-to-Business Internet of Technology (IoT) applications will be worth over $300 billion by 2020. This presents a sizeable business opportunity.
May 28, 2019

Smart Compression

Bain & Company (2017) estimate that Business-to-Business Internet of Technology (IoT) applications will be worth over $300 billion by 2020. This presents a sizeable business opportunity.
May 27, 2019

Eight Critical Culture Factors of the Human Experience

Bain & Company (2017) estimate that Business-to-Business Internet of Technology (IoT) applications will be worth over $300 billion by 2020. This presents a sizeable business opportunity.
January 25, 2019

Location strategy

Bain & Company (2017) estimate that Business-to-Business Internet of Technology (IoT) applications will be worth over $300 billion by 2020. This presents a sizeable business opportunity.
January 7, 2019

The connected workplace

Bain & Company (2017) estimate that Business-to-Business Internet of Technology (IoT) applications will be worth over $300 billion by 2020. This presents a sizeable business opportunity.
January 7, 2019

How blockchain will impact the commercial real estate market

Transaction speed is important. The World Economic Forum reports that “as of April 2018, various forms of Distributed Ledger Technology (DTL) carry between a two- and ten-minute processing time.”
January 7, 2019

Artificial intelligence starting to impact back office operations

Artificial Intelligence is a family of technologies that can be categorized in five broad terms: natural language, virtual assistants, robotic process automation (RPA), machine learning and computer vision.
January 7, 2019

Top US cities for tech talent

There has been a dispersal of tech jobs in the U.S. in recent years which is likely to determine where the jobs may be growing and shrinking in the future. The “third tech turning,” as Forbes’ Joel Kotkin called it, has recently resulted in a significant growth of STEM jobs in smaller markets.