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L'intelligence artificielle devient mobile grâce à des assistants pour utilisateurs professionnels tenant compte du contexte - ClickSoftware

- Participez au séminaire de ClickSoftware lors du Congrès mondial sur la téléphonie mobile afin de découvrir les synergies entre la mobilité d'entreprise et l'intelligence artificielle, sur des sujets comme les applications d'entreprise, les assistants professionnels tenant compte du contexte, HTML5 et l'évolution des mobiles et du cloud

BURLINGTON, Massachusetts, 11 février 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ClickSoftware Technologies Ltd. (NasdaqGS : CKSW), le leader mondial des solutions de gestion de main d'œuvre mobile automatisée et d'optimisation de services invite les participants du Congrès mondial de la téléphonie mobile 2013 de Barcelone à s'inscrire au séminaire Le pouvoir de la mobilité d'entreprise. Le séminaire, qui aborde les dernières tendances et défis en matière de mobilité d'entreprise, se focalisera sur la manière dont la convergence de la mobilité, du cloud et de l'intelligence artificielle influe sur le service clients et les objectifs de productivité en mettant les technologies prédictives et les assistants mobiles entre les mains des consommateurs, des travailleurs mobiles, mais également des dirigeants.

Le séminaire « Le pouvoir de la mobilité d'entreprise » sera animé par ClickSoftware et des experts de l'industrie mobile, et donnera aux participants les clés pour déployer une stratégie de mobilité dans l'entreprise qui tire profit des technologies émergentes, notamment de l'intelligence artificielle.

QUI : ClickSoftware et des analystes de l'industrie
QUOI : Séminaire Le pouvoir de la mobilité d'entreprise
QUAND : Mardi 26 février, 15h00-19h00
 : Hall 8.0 Amphithéâtre A
INSCRIPTION : Inscription en ligne

Les discussions porteront sur :

  • ClickButler : Assistants personnels basés sur l'IA pour utilisateurs professionnels – Dr. Moshe BenBassat, Président et Directeur général, ClickSoftware
  • Le pouvoir de la mobilité d'entreprise : convergence des technologies mobilesKevin Benedict, Directeur des analyses SMAC (stratégies sociales, mobiles, analytiques et cloud), Cognizant
  • Évolution de la mobilité d'entreprise, tendances du marché et perspectives d'avenir - Nick McQuire, Vice Président Mobilité d'entreprise, IDC
  • Portugal Telecom : Utiliser la mobilité pour transformer l'activité et réaliser ses plans de croissance stratégique - Paulo Rocha, Directeur informatique, Portugal Telecom
  • L'HTML 5 est-il prêt à décoller ? - Gil Bouhnick, Vice-président adjoint Mobilité, ClickSoftware

« Il est désormais temps que l'intelligence artificielle fasse son entrée dans la vie quotidienne », a déclaré le Dr. Moshe BenBassat, Président et Directeur général de ClickSoftware. « La convergence des systèmes mobiles, des réseaux sociaux et de l'informatique en nuage (cloud) apporte les éléments essentiels pour que les organisations de services deviennent des organisations de services en temps réel. En adoptant des assistants personnels mobiles, qui tiennent compte du contexte, anticipent les besoins utilisateurs et les incitent à agir, les organisations peuvent réagir plus rapidement à toutes les situations, d'un simple changement de programme à une catastrophe naturelle, tout en maintenant les responsables et les clients informés. »

L'écosystème mobile évolue rapidement et les entreprises doivent se maintenir à jour pour rester compétitives. Rejoignez ClickSoftware et plus de 70 000 participants lors du Congrès mondial de la téléphonie mobile 2013 afin de découvrir le nouvel horizon mobile.

Les personnes qui s'inscrivent au séminaire ClickSoftware bénéficieront de billets d'entrée gratuits pour le Congrès mondial de la téléphonie mobile et les participants auront l'opportunité de gagner l'un des 10 iPad Mini ou l'un des 40 iPod shuffle.

Pour en savoir plus sur Le pouvoir de la mobilité d'entreprise ou pour vous inscrire à l'événement, rendez-vous sur clicksoftware.com.

À propos de ClickSoftware
ClickSoftware (NasdaqGS : CKSW) est le leader mondial des solutions de gestion de main d'œuvre mobile automatisée et d'optimisation des services pour l'entreprise, tant pour les ressources mobiles qu'internes. En tant que fondateurs du concept d'« optimisation de la chaîne de services », nos solutions offrent aux organisations une visibilité de bout en bout et un contrôle de l'ensemble de la chaîne de gestion des services en optimisant les prévisions, la planification, la programmation des équipes et des tâches, la mobilité, la gestion des ressources en temps réel et la communication client.

Disponibles via le cloud ou sur site, nos produits intègrent les meilleures pratiques professionnelles et des algorithmes de prise de décisions avancés pour une gestion opérationnelle des services plus efficace, évolutive et intégrée. Nos solutions sont devenues un pilier pour de nombreuses organisations leaders à travers le monde en posant les questions fondamentales sur le plan de l'exécution des tâches : Qui fait quoi, pour qui, avec quoi, où et quand.

ClickSoftware constitue le choix idéal pour fournir d'excellentes performances professionnelles aux organisations du secteur tertiaire de toutes tailles. Le siège de l'entreprise est basé aux États-Unis et en Israël, avec des bureaux répartis dans toute l'Europe et en Asie-Pacifique. Pour de plus amples informations, veuillez vous rendre sur le site www.clicksoftware.com. Suivez-nous sur Twitter !

Contact chez ClickSoftware :
Kristin Amico
kristin.amico@clicksoftware.com
+1-781-272-5903 Poste : 2364

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