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Posted by Tamarack in Tamarack News and Updates on 6/27/2022
In a Q&A, Michael Baez of Leasepath, Diane Croessmann of The Alta Group, Scott Nelson of Tamarack Technology, Sean Scampton of Leasepath and William Verhelle of Innovation Finance USA give their take on why companies are hesitant to embrace new technology tools in the U.S. equipment finance marketplace.
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Posted by Tamarack in Perspectives on 6/27/2022
In a Q&A, Michael Baez of Leasepath, Diane Croessmann of The Alta Group, Scott Nelson of Tamarack Technology, Sean Scampton of Leasepath and William Verhelle of Innovation Finance USA give their take on why companies are hesitant to embrace new technology tools in the U.S. equipment finance marketplace.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 2/8/2022
Automation has been a principal pursuit of business ever since Henry Ford implemented the first assembly line in 1913 and reduced the Model T assembly time from 12 hours to 93 minutes. Twenty-five years later, during World War II, increased demand for military equipment brought mechanization to production lines enabling higher speeds, fewer errors and more efficient use of raw materials.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 10/25/2021
The fundamental role of empathy in innovation is not changing, but the tools we use to empathize with customers and employees are. Those who can learn and adapt in times of change will survive.
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Posted by Daniel Nelson in Perspectives on 8/25/2021
Historically, we experienced the concept of real-time data in analog systems like driving a car and heating or cooling a house. But digital has changed the value of real-time data because it makes that data portable, accessible and more usable. Equipment finance in the days of analog – paper contracts and accounting spreadsheets – had little use for real-time data. But in a digital world, the value of real-time data is increasing and we must learn to take full advantage.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 6/22/2021
Business consultants and operational leaders have a focus on two big promises of IoT: cost reduction through automation and better asset management. Both are delivered and propagated by the analysis of data that IoT edge devices generate from the value chains of enterprise operations. But this view has a pronounced blind spot, the fact that IoT success will be driven by dramatic demographic shifts.
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