Articles by author: Beth Osborne

Business Ecosystems Are Key to Success in the Autonomous Driving Industry

On this episode of LeddarTech Lab, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin talked with LeddarTech Director of Strategic Partnerships Heinz Oyrer about the LeddarTech ecosystem: how it Read more


Elevating the Customer Experience through Bank Branch Digital Transformation
May 13, 2021
Banks are a constant – they loom on urban corners and dot rural towns, providing necessary financial services to their customers. However, they’re also rigid, often resulting in slower adaptation of new Read more
Metrology: The Field Behind the Innovations Moving the World Forward
May 12, 2021
The pomp and circumstance are often reserved for the actual products that move our world forward. From the cars we drive to the mobile device you might be reading this on right now and telescopes helping us Read more
Employers Post Record Job Openings, But Where are All the Workers?
May 12, 2021
  After a meager April jobs report showed companies are struggling to entice workers and find the right talent, even with a relatively high unemployment rate of 6.1%, industries are looking for something to be Read more
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What Millennials Mean to the Future of B2B e-commerce
May 9, 2019
Ecommerce is not just for direct-to-consumer companies. The movement to digital has become a significant initiative for B2B companies as well. In fact, Forrester Research estimates that B2B Read more
OTC Is Going the Distance for Its 50th Anniversary
May 3, 2019
The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is celebrating 50 years with its 2019 show, which kicks off May 6 in Houston, Texas. What to Expect at OTC 2019 This must-attend industry event brings Read more
AI is Everywhere, What Does this Mean for Software Developers?
March 26, 2019
Automation in software development is transforming the industry with more companies making a significant investment in artificial intelligence. According to State of Artificial Intelligence for Read more
Is the Reign of Glass About to be Shattered?
March 22, 2019
Glass is top of the class when it comes to building materials. It has a long history and important role in architecture. The first large-scale glass construction was The Crystal Palace in 1850 in Read more
Why Safety on the Job Starts With Something You Cannot See
March 21, 2019
Industrial noise is part of the modern world. For those workers who must deal with it on a daily basis, it is actually a hazard. Industrial noise can also impact the general public, including Read more
The End of Food Waste May Start with a Printer
March 11, 2019
Food waste is a serious problem in the modern world. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, approximately 1.3 billion tons, or one-third of all food produced, Read more
Why 3D Printing Might Have a Bigger Impact In Space Than On Earth
March 1, 2019
Three-dimensional printing is an application where the digital world meets the physical world. It enables industries to make rapid prototypes and test out new ideas. While it has been used in Read more
It Is Never Too Late for a Retail Recovery, These Brands are Proof
February 28, 2019
Retail took another hit recently with Payless Shoesource announcing it would shutter all its stores and shutdown its online site. The failure of Payless, a brand that was started over 62 years Read more
How Electric Cars Will Change the Future of City Design
February 26, 2019
Even though flying cars have not arrived, as we thought they would by 2020, electric cars are making a play for the car of the future. The transition to electric cars has been somewhat slow, but Read more