Implementing artificial intelligence (AI) into business applications can produce game-changing circumstances that we can’t even imagine. While companies have made significant strides with AI, Forrester Research reports that only about one in eight companies have applied AI to logistics and supply chain management.
At a time when business-to-business e-commerce represents approximately 25 percent of the global manufacturing trade, companies are increasingly choosing to only complete business transactions with companies working with an e-commerce system.
As any manufacturer will tell you, challenges lurk everywhere. Yet one of the top challenges facing manufacturers today is the demand to make quicker, smarter decisions about industry specific needs.
For several years now, my husband has been asking to invest in a 3D printer. And so began my light research into 3D printing. While learning about this additive manufacturing process, I couldn’t help but notice the implications that run a little closer to my current heart: tax and accounting.