Using software to suggest investment picks isn’t new, but not everybody in the industry is ready to hand their money over to generative AI.
IBM’s Christina Shim and Microsoft’s Mark Kroese joined Techonomy’s David Kirkpatrick at the Health + Wealth of Our Planet conference for a conversation about the intersection of technology and sustainability
Product specifications are key to manufacturing, yet haven’t had a streamlined digitized platform up until now. A new tool changes the game, and allows companies to enhance the bottom line as well as reduce their...
The collapse of the garment factory in Bangladesh that killed more than 1100 people was a wake-up call to the manufacturing and inspection industries. The brothers behind Inspectorio are pioneering software to ensure transparency and...
SAP has a corporate goal to drive toward Zero Emissions, Zero Waste, and Zero Inequality. It's nurturing 75 sustainability-oriented startups through its SAP.iO Foundries accelerator, focusing on everything from food to fashion.
Using new technologies is something every organization can benefit from, and the companies that are willing to adopt tech are more likely to outperform their competitors.
The open-source software movement has finally begun to catch on in city governments, giving them more choices and the ability to "control their own destinies.”
To help underscore technology’s potential and symbolize our own commitment to tech-driven progress, we’ve selected ten growing software companies whose tech, by design, improves the world. We call them the Techonomy10.