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Adi Pavlovic was “perfect” for Keller Williams. Not because he was well-trained in the real estate industry, but the opposite. He knew nothing about real estate.
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The automotive industry is at the dawn of a new era. With traditional ideas about how we drive and own cars changing, the industry has been forced to start evolving and become more digital. However, this isn’t the only challenge it’s facing.
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What does it take to become an innovative Fintech brand? We spoke with two Senior Design Leads at Klarna, the Swedish fintech company, Marcus Johansson and Robin Lantz, to find out more about the changing landscape of fintech. They discuss the opportunities and challenges of new technology, innovation, and how user behavior has changed - perhaps forever.
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Digital transformation is about much more than just updating a company’s technology. In order for the process to be effective, any tech solutions have to go hand in hand with changes in the organization’s internal processes and business model. To ensure such changes are successfully implemented at every level of the company, it helps to have a well-defined plan that everyone, from the leadership to the lower-level employees, can refer to and help execute. This is where a digital transformation framework comes in. 
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Insurance companies have a lot to gain from digital transformation. It can bring about innovation, streamline business operations by eliminating unnecessary processes, add value, and increase profit margins. But insurers also face challenges in digitizing unique to their industry. So how to put digital transformation to work for your company?
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Digital Transformation in Retail

The COVID-19 pandemic shattered all digital transformation plans in the retail industry, but at the same time it also showed that having one is absolutely necessary. Retail companies that had launched digital transformation efforts years ago were equipped with capabilities that enabled them to go through the turmoil of this crisis relatively unharmed. Does it mean it’s too late to join the pack? On the contrary, it’s not a matter of choice now - it’s a matter of survival. Let’s explore the most promising directions of the digital transformation journey in retail in the post-COVID world.
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What if We Lose the Internet?

Contrary to popular opinion, the Internet is not stateless. It is governed from the US. The legal basis of this governance is surprisingly fragile. In a case of an international trade conflict spiraling out of control, the Internet could split into two (or more) pieces. This scenario is colloquially called “The Splinternet”. Can your enterprise survive it?
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Innovation tends to start small: whether at an unassuming start-up, or somewhere on the margins of a well-known company, in its early stages it often doesn’t seem like the next big thing. That’s what makes digital transformation a challenge for the big players: understanding that to transform digitally they might need to start with small changes, such as making teams more agile to enable accelerated reactions to changes in the market. The digital transformation process might not involve fireworks in its early stages, but the organizational changes will bring measurable effects down the road.
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In the current market, it’s no longer a question of whether to incorporate new technologies into your business but rather which ones and how many. For a company to stay truly competitive – even one that has been successful for decades – it might not be enough to simply patch a traditional approach with a piece of digital bandaid. Instead of implementing small changes, current market leaders have undergone full-scale digital transformations. What drives them and how do they benefit from that approach?
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In recent years, “digital transformation” has become one of those ubiquitous processes that are supposed to provide companies the key for future success.  But many organizations starting the transformation with high hopes are not getting the expected outcomes. Often, the issue is that so many different actions can be placed under the digital transformation umbrella that it becomes unclear what the actual transformation entails – especially where it should start and what results it can bring. So what are the actual phases of a successful digital transformation and where should you begin the journey?
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Healthcare is one of the most highly regulated industries in the world, and rightly so – standards are necessary to keep people safe and healthy. Yet for startups it means that entering the market and competing with incumbents can be exceptionally difficult, and innovation has suffered as a result. 
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Digital transformation is not just about implementing digital technologies. Its goal should be to fundamentally change the way the company operates, making the opportunities offered by technology part of the company’s new and improved DNA. Still, during such a major change it’s easy to become preoccupied with the fancy new digital tools and forget that internal processes need to be transformed as well.
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The fragmentation of the industry, dealing with legacy systems, and rethinking risk management – these are but a few of the issues that the banking industry needs to confront if it wants to go through a successful digital transformation. The consequences of a rapidly changing financial landscape impact banking entities of all kinds. Traditional banks need to innovate more dynamically to compete with fintech startups. Meanwhile, startups encounter hurdles to their further development, such as regulations that don’t allow for the implementation of the most innovative solutions, especially the ones involving AI and big data.
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Digitisation is the process of converting information from a physical format to digital one, digitalisation is the process of leveraging digitisation to improve business processes, and digital transformation is the transformation of business activities, processes, products, and models to fully leverage the opportunities of digital technologies.  Let us explain you in detail the differences between these terms and provide you with examples.
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In recent years, it became obvious that the current healthcare ecosystem is not sustainable.
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We’re excited to announce that on 22nd October Netguru is organizing Disruption Forum Innovation Labs. If you care about innovation and R&D as much as we do, then this free-to-attend event is something you can’t miss.
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The “Netguru take on…” series explains how Netguru approaches important subjects that are often overused or misunderstood in the industry such as values, innovation, and sustainability.
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The pandemic outbreak has put the healthcare sector to a real test and pushed its innovation and operational capabilities to the limit. The whole world counts on healthcare businesses to come up with solutions that will ease the serious health consequences caused by COVID-19. While some companies focus on developing diagnostic measures to help the pandemic spread, others focus on vaccine development. 
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Fintech response to COVID-19 When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic in March, it created mass uncertainty for both individuals and the market. Unemployment was on the rise and the stock market was declining. Fintechs, however, were able to leverage their existing skills and assets to assist businesses who struggled with financial liquidity during the crisis.
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No one was prepared for what the COVID-19 pandemic has brought upon the world. Social isolation has pushed some companies out of business, forcing others to reorganize the way they work in order to stay afloat.
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