Accelerate Business Growth and Outcomes with AI

July 24, 2019

As artificial intelligence becomes more evenly distributed in business, it will dictate the future, whether we’re ready for it or not. And, AI will be a part of every aspect of our lives — impacting how we work, learn, eat, travel, obtain healthcare and receive a whole lot of services. It will accelerate decision making, improve business processes, enhance user engagement, reduce costs and drive remarkable growth and profitability.

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Jean Martin

Jean Martin Inc, is a global provider of software development and IT services. We deliver a measurable delta in productivity, profitability, and shareholder value to the world’s leading companies. Our Methodology enables clients to lower the total cost of ownership and meet their business objectives.

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Getting Started with Data Acquisition Systems

whitePaper | August 6, 2020

The purpose of any data acquisition system is to gather useful measurement data for characterization, monitoring, or control. The specific parameters of your application will dictate the resolution, accuracy, channel count, and speed requirements of a data acquisition system. A wide assortment of data acquisition components and solutions is available on the market, including low-cost USB modules, benchtop data loggers, and large channel systems. Before you start your search for a data acquisition solution, carefully analyze your application requirements to understand how much capability and performance you need to purchase.

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Take the Intelligent Route to Information that Matters

whitePaper | October 11, 2021

AI forms the bedrock to help organizations unlock business value from the deluge of unstructured information. Improving operational efficiency by extracting structured data from unstructured documents enables organizations with faster and contextrich decision-making to adapt and thrive in the new normal.

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THE INTELLIGENT ENTERPRISE FOR CARGO COMPANIES

whitePaper | November 15, 2019

The demands of running global supply chains can be unrelenting – perfection of operations, innovation in support of lastmile delivery, and assurances of sustainability in the pursuit of delivering the “perfect order” as promised. Now, transportation companies face the additional challenge of sharpening their core competencies while increasing the pace of innovation, adapting emerging technologies, and sharing data with their customers to improve transparency and efficiency. Long characterized by capital-intensive assets, forward-looking cargo companies are turning their attention to the data that comes from their own assets and infrastructure as well as from their customers. It is a complex transition, one that requires knowledge-based labor, automation, and predictive planning to turn transportation companies into digital platforms.

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Applying Artificial Intelligence to Built Environments through Machine Learning

whitePaper | January 5, 2020

Machine learning (ML) is an application of artificial intelligence (AI) that allows systems to automatically learn and improve from exposure to more data without being explicitly programmed. ML focuses on the development of computer programs that can access data and use it to learn for themselves.1 While AI represents the broader concept of machines being able to carry out tasks in an intelligent way, machine learning is a current application of AI based on the idea that we can give machines access to data, and they can use that data to learn for themselves.

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TOP FIVE WAYS TO PREPARE FOR YOUR NEXT OFFICE 365TENANT MIGRATION

whitePaper | July 31, 2020

With organizations around the world rapidly adopting Office 365, IT pros need to be prepared to perform efficient, effective tenant-to-tenant migrations. Whether you’re undergoing a merger or acquisition, or it’s time to clean up and consolidate your IT infrastructure to drive productivity and growth, a successful migration requires one thing above all else: a tight focus on your users’ needs. In the end, success is not measured by checking off pieces of data moved; it’s about ensuring that everyone remains productive during the project and after migration is complete.

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Why Better Mac Security Starts with Cloud Identity

whitePaper | August 17, 2020

For years, employees drove to an office, opened their computer, logged onto a corporate network with their username and password and got on with their workday. But working standard hours in a fixed office location is becoming more and more rare. In fact, a report by Gallup found that 43 percent of American employees work remotely.1 This growing mobile workforce requires the same, secure access to resources as their onsite counterparts — without connecting to the corporate network. And both onsite and remote employees need secure ways to access the expanding number of applications and resources that are hosted in the cloud. To accommodate, enterprise technology and IT practices must adapt.

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Jean Martin

Jean Martin Inc, is a global provider of software development and IT services. We deliver a measurable delta in productivity, profitability, and shareholder value to the world’s leading companies. Our Methodology enables clients to lower the total cost of ownership and meet their business objectives.

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