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06 Apr 2016  |  Europe
Investigating the Hardware and Machine Learning Technologies that would Realize the AI Agents of the Future
With improvements in data acquisition and computing power, artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more of a reality each day. Companies are constantly developing self-evolving machine learning approaches and hardware enhancements to support AI applications. This study explores new innovations in machine learning and computing that will enable the...
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15 Dec 2017  |  Europe
New Business Models are Unbundling the Urban Logistics Value Chain
The Logistics market is undergoing a major shift, with innovative solutions transforming the way goods and parcels are delivered. The industry is witnessing an influx of tech-savvy start-up firms that are introducing new, unique, value-added services, which are disrupting the overall supply chain ecosystem. The rise of start-up firms within the l...
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16 Sep 2016  |  Europe
Comprehensive View of 6 BREXIT Scenarios on Our Future
As Europe battles unequal growth and environmental, economic, social, and political challenges, Britain has chosen to fight its challenges alone. This study puts forth a hypothetical timeline to the events that might unfold in the next five years and examines the potential trade models that may come to reality between Britain and the European Union...
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13 Oct 2017  |  Europe
Gain a Competitive Advantage Using Insights from IT Buyers
The overall research objective is to measure the current use and future decision making behavior toward information technology (IT) in Europe, specifically: Enterprise Mobility Management, eCommerce/mCommerce, Unified Communications & Collaboration (UCC), Infrastructure and Data Centers, Big Data and Analytics’ Omnichannel Marketing, Customer Exp...
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25 Jul 2016  |  Europe
Possibility of a Brexit Warrants Political Turmoil
The Q2 2016 economic outlook for the emerging European economies shows mixed results. While domestic demand is driving the growth momentum in economies such as the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland, limited EU funding is likely to restrain short term growth. Turkey is also gaining momentum, political and geopolitical risks notwithstanding. Ukrain...
25 Jul 2016  |  Europe
Stable Growth Predicted Supported by Domestic Demand
In Q1 2016, economies of the emerging European countries grew at a stable rate supported by improved private consumption, especially in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland. Turkey’s growth is also supported by buoyant domestic demand, but the domestic political unrest has taken a heavy toll on the overall economy. Ukrainian economy might expe...
29 Jul 2016  |  Europe
BREXIT Perturbs Growth Sentiment, Economies in a Political Impasse
The Q3 2016 outlook for the emerging European economies shows volatility, shaken by the BREXIT vote hitting investor sentiment as well as the financial market. The region is driven by strong domestic demand; however, the political deadlock created by the BREXIT referendum is likely to restrain growth. The Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland are fac...
05 Jul 2016  |  Europe
EU in the Red with BREXIT a Reality
Uncertainty looms over Western Europe with Brexit becoming a reality. While Britain will face prolonged economic volatility, other Western European economies will also face uncertainty in trade, banking regulations, and currency depreciation. However, despite uncertainty, strong economies such as Germany are banking on steady domestic demand and m...
14 Jul 2016  |  Europe
Possibility of a Brexit Poses Substantial Political Risk
Western European economies are on a moderate economic recovery amid the impending risks of Britain’s exit from the European Union. While the consequences are under much debate, this unprecedented economic phenomenon will lead to severe short term volatility throughout the region.
14 Jul 2016  |  Europe
Stable Growth Predicted in Europe, Uncertainties Notwithstanding
The economic performance of the Western Europe in the beginning of 2016 could be characterized by moderately improved growth supported by rise in disposable income, better job growth, and low inflation. Germany and Spain are on a solid recovery path and leading the Eurozone growth in 2016. Political uncertainties are being created not only on the U...