The first-ever Global Digital Transformation Benefits Report is here. The report analyzes 230 customer stories and 330 data points to provide concrete evidence on digitization's disruptive potential. It examines how digital transformation has driven CapEx and OpEx savings, sustainability initiatives, equipment uptime, and other key business goals. It also includes stories from 34 of our customers, including how:
Tata Power, an Indian power company, cut power restoration times from hours to seconds.
New Belgium Brewing, a US beer company, cut downtime by 50%.
Vitens, a Dutch water utility, shrank deployment times by 65%.
Hopdoddy Burger Bar was founded in 2010 by restaurateurs Guy Villavaso, Larry Foles, Larry Perdido and Chuck Smith. The Austin, Texas-based fast-casual concept specializes in creative gourmet burgers and a vast selection of craft beers. After originally launching with HotSchedules, Hopdoddy has grown to 18 restaurants, with 1,000+ team members, most recently opening a location in Houston, Texas.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has paved the way for a number of innovations that rely on connectivity between devices and the internet. Now, this interconnectivity is impacting the beer brewing process, providing brewers with a consistent, reliable, data-driven experience and serving customers with a tasty, better brew. This article discusses how the IoT and smart, connected brewing appliances are redefining the industry landscape one beer at a time.
As part of the IBM® SMART Program, Andrews Distributing worked with Southern Methodist University to develop a predictive analytics solution that mines data on 1,000 SKUs sold at 10,000 retailers, and reveals new insights about beer category sales in different retail environments.