Top Platforms Used in the Tech Industry

At the current rate of technological innovation, keeping up with the latest in new technologies is challenging. The evolution of technology consistently allows for faster change and progress. Many industries rely on new technology to stay ahead of the curve and adapt to changing economic environments. Take a look at some of the top tech platforms in demand by businesses in 2020.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence (AI) now affects how people live, work, and play. AI are computer systems designed to mimic human intelligence and perform tasks like image recognition, speech or patterns, and decision making quickly and accurately. A subset of AI is Machine Learning (ML), in which computers are capable of learning to do new things by discovering patterns and insights from data. Within ML are the subsets neural networks, natural language processing (NLP), and deep learning.


Digital Platforms

Everyone is familiar with common examples of digital platforms such as Facebook, Uber, and Airbnb. Digital platforms are designed to facilitate connections and exchanges between businesses and customers. 2020 is seeing the trend of traditional businesses quick to adapt to e-commerce models either transitioning to or integrating a platform-based model.

Going digital means connecting with your customers how they want, where they want. A large part of reaching your customers is creating and implementing a well-thought digital marketing strategy that aligns with your brand and engages your customers. Competing in the energy industry can be challenging with so many pricey barriers to entry. The best way for energy retailers to get a competitive edge is to use a cloud platform that helps your marketing team by automating your distributor communications.

Quixotic 360 is a data-driven business and technology consultancy with years of experience in implementations, integrations, and managed services. Automated communications give you access to real-time reports of additions and deletions, groups, bands, and consumption on any type of device. At you can automate your distributor process in compliance with CNMC regulations and standardize the structure of XML files for more efficient processes that reduce the time to market and TCO. The Caliber 360 team is a leader in digital transformations, technological implementations, Agile methodology, and SCRUM.


Blockchain Technology and Cloud Computing

Using blockchain technology and distributed ledgers is an effective way of storing, authenticating, and securing data. With blockchains, you can only add data, not change it or take it away. Because data is secure, you don't need a third-party to oversee or validate transactions. Cloud computing stores data on external computers that can be accessed via the internet, while edge computing processes data on smart devices.

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Internet of Things

Just about every "thing" being designed now features WiFi connectivity for an on-demand Internet connection. This evolution is known as the Internet of Things (IoT) and is already the future of connection and data exchange over the internet. IoT is in smart devices, home appliances, cars, and more, enabling better safety, efficiency, predictive maintenance, improved customer service, and better decision making.

At the rate that new technology keeps evolving, it can be challenging to keep up with the latest trends. AI and ML, digital platforms, blockchain technology, cloud computing, and the Internet of Things are some of the current trends that show no signs of stopping.