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Why IoT Needs AI

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At one of my recent talks in New York about AI in the supply chain, one of the key questions that came up was “Are you talking about robots?” You see, AI has been romanticized into this abstract term that conjures images of walking robots doing your household chores while you just sit back and relax. But what does it really mean, and where did the term actually come from? Artificial intelligence encompasses the new paradigm of machine learning and big data processes that enable you to get predictive insights from a combination of historical amounts of preexisting data processes …

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VendorMach In The American Banker

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At the demo day of SBC Fintech accelerator program, VendorMach was cited in the American Banker as ‘the software designed to monitor banks’ vendors for signs of liquidity risk, data breaches and other potential issues’. Read more Here

VendorMach Featured On CrowdFund Insider

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VendorMach, currently one of 10 companies in SBC Fintech accelerator in New York City was featured on CrowdFund Insider. The article talks about targeting issues such as thin files on vendors, trust and regulatory know your third party requirements. Read the article here

Selected To The UK Crown Digital Supplier Marketplace

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We have been selected as a preferred supplier to the UK government digital marketplace under the digital outcomes and specialists framework. As part of the framework, we are offering data-driven performance management solutions which include data aggregation and machine learning training as it relates to your purchasing and finance departments. Here is more information about it and how we can help you if you are in the UK public sector. To learn more about us, please send us a note at service@vendormach.com or call us at +44 20 3290 3314

Interview At IECT In Austria

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Ojinnaka filmed giving tips on starting a business and commercialization at the Institute for Entrepreneurship, Cambridge – Tirol in Austria. See the Interview

Four Key Steps In Running Your SMB Business Based On Metrics

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David Teten of FF Venture Capital summarizes in this article how to run a company based on metrics. In his post, he argues that: The best CEOs run their companies by their metrics. But for many CEOs, that is not their natural inclination. It means looking at numbers all day instead of people. And it means holding yourself and others rigorously accountable, which can be painful For those of you CFOs, we summarize with relevant quotes, 4 key points to running a business by metrics Have a Management Dashboard  Prefer to see a screenshot of an internal dashboard, not something …

Big Data Trend: Data Scientist Or Statistician?

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Ojinnaka, Founder/CEO of ChalkRow in an article on Tech Cocktail clarifies the evolution of the Data Scientist’s role in the big data economy. “While big data and data science is a little ahead in the US, it’s largely developmental in Europe. Salaries shed some insight. KD Nuggets ran a poll in 2014 that shed light on salaries. The average data scientist’s salary in the US according to the survey is $137K. In Europe, it’s $78K. While there were limitations in the data, (only 20% response rate in Europe), what was interesting in the data is the lift in salary between …

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Lecturing at The European Forum Alpbach School Of Entrepreneurship

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Ojinnaka of VendorMach sister company, ChalkRow spoke at the Alpbach Forum School of entrepreneurship nestled in the Alps of Austria in August 2015 Every summer, Alpbach becomes the village of thinkers as it draws in speakers from all parts of the world in science, economics, politics, experts, decision-makers, entrepreneurs. They all come together in Alpbach to discuss current issues and to formulate interdisciplinary solutions. The Alpbach school was founded by renowned venture capitalist Hermann Hauser in cooperation with the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge – and the European Forum Alpbach. Learn more here …