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What's Hot in Enterprise IT/VC - Issue #126

great read on average lifespan of company on S&P 500 - yes, it's shrinking rapidly which leads to
What's Hot in Enterprise IT/VC - Issue #126
By Ed Sim • Issue #126 • View online
great read on average lifespan of company on S&P 500 - yes, it’s shrinking rapidly which leads to why companies like McDonalds shelled out $300mm for an AI startup to customize menus, KPMG survey on Intelligent Automation once again points to corporate need for digital transformation, Zoom IPO breakdown shows amazing metrics for one of fastest growing SaaS companies, robotics from Boston Dynamics new pallet loader/unloader and Google’s approach driven by software and ML

creative destruction at its finest - Lifespan on S&P 500 shrinking quickly - every company needs to be a tech company if they still want to be on S&P 500 10 years from now
Scaling Startups
Garry()
Startups are so brutal. While one founder is speaking at conferences and writing thinkpieces, a competitor might be closing all the customers by hand and cleaning up the space.

That first founder will only find out a year later when they find they are far behind on market share
12:10 AM - 29 Mar 2019
Enterprise Tech
Handle Robot Reimagined for Logistics
Handle Robot Reimagined for Logistics
future of work? Boston Dynamics new mechanical ostrich loading/unload pallets - not ready to be put into warehouses with humans yet, but technology to make this safe will be huge for the future
Markets
Big Brother is watching...
Matthew Brennan
Wow! China Airport face recognition systems to help you check your flight status and find the way to your gate. Note I did not input anything, it accurately identified my full flight information from my face! https://t.co/5ASdrwA7wj
5:00 AM - 24 Mar 2019
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Ed Sim's weekly readings and notes on VC, software, and scaling startups - #enterprise #seed #DeveloperFirst #IntelligentAutomation #DataInfra #CloudNative #Cybersecurity

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