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Seoweon Yoo

Seoweon Yoo

Seoweon Yoo
Business Developer

Business Developer with experience in go-to-market strategy, software/digitization, and program management. Currently working on program management software for a multinational construction company.

Insights by Seoweon Yoo

DigitizationProductivity improvement

Reddal Talks: Practical process automation

6 November 2017 — Rash digitization and new software application can create problems if actual implementation has not undergone sufficient prior consideration. Practical workplace automation can address these issues leveraging tools such as basic Python.

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Digitization

Robots – the age of adaptive robots

28 July 2016 — A new industrial revolution is underway prompted by a new generation of robots. Powered by new digital technologies, robots are now seeping into areas that require more sophisticated and adaptive skills, like logistics or even customer-facing services.

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Digitization

Digital health - disrupting healthcare technology and democratizing health care services

31 May 2016 — Health care is traditionally a very conservative and slow-moving industry, while IT technology that can potentially benefit this industry is growing at a faster speed than ever before. Digital technology is disrupting health care and shifting its structure.

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Digitization

Artificial intelligence - tailored smart solutions today, true intelligence tomorrow

28 April 2016 — The AI technology we see these days is tailored to specific uses and not yet scalable in a generally applicable manner. Nevertheless, AI is rapidly changing our day-to-day lives in a significant way.

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Digitization

Digital signage - entering the personalized and interactive era

25 March 2016 — In recent years, digital signage has quietly started to enter into our day-to-day lives. This gradual change, together with new wireless and sensor technology applications, is producing new opportunities in many areas.

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Digitization

Indoor tracking and maps: The hype died, but the show is not over

6 March 2016 — Between 2013 and 2015 hype around indoor tracking built up. Yet today nobody seems to talk about indoor tracking or remember the apps. While the hype has died, work has continued in the shadows addressing both issues with tracking technology and indoor maps.

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Digitization

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality: upcoming consumer and business powertool

29 January 2016 — Both technical and consumer trends are pointing to the possibility of Virtual Reality (VR) becoming the next mass consumer and business applications power tool. A related technology, Augmented Reality (AR), is expected to follow suite soon.

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Digitization

Mobile Payments – the battle for customer insight

27 December 2015 — Industries are reshaped by mobile technology, and this is true in particular for retail and payments. As with all industry landscape shifts, new winners and losers are bound to emerge.

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Digitization

Leveraging social networking services with the power of Big Data

26 November 2015 — Consumption and connectivity of social networking services are steadily increasing due to widespread usage of cloud, mobile devices and the Internet of Things. The combination of cloud computing, mobile devices and connected sensors provides massive amounts of diverse data practically everywhere 24/7.

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Digitization

Public cloud's growth and outlook - adressing new opportunities

29 October 2015 — Cloud computing is now a part of our everyday lives. Although many people are not aware of all the things cloud provides them, most of us would have a hard time being without it. Cloud is a genuine technical paradigm shift, with broad based implications on today’s technology landscape.

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Digitization

Big Data – harnessing the big potential

27 August 2015 — Big Data has been a big deal since the early 2010s. Although the biggest hype has already faded, now is an interesting time to dig up this topic again, as many industries have sobered up to the realities of this originally somewhat overhyped buzzword and the first batch of winners (and losers) of implementing Big Data strategies have emerged.

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