By Allison Parker, VP of Marketing
By Ali Kamil, CTO and Co-founder, Wise Systems
Most of us would agree that experience matters. Whether you’re hiring a plumber, a pediatrician, a mechanic or a scientist, you typically choose the seasoned professional when given a choice. Why? Because experience generally has a strong correlation to positive future outcomes. Now, with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), machines (software) can now be ‘trained,’ which has profound implications for multiple industries, including last-mile deliveries.
By Chazz Sims, Wise CEO and Co-founder
Route optimization software is evolving rapidly, driven by cloud-based computing power, mobile applications, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML). But the future is more than simply an acceleration of the current capabilities; it’s Autonomous Dispatch and Routing. This new category — a powerful system for seamlessly coordinating the movement of goods, people, and services — enables real-time dynamic routing and new business opportunities, as well.
Wise Systems’ VP Erich Wolters presented a brief demo of Wise solutions at FreightWave’s Transparency19. During the demo, Wolters covered the challenges of the last mile, and how Wise Systems’ solutions solve these challenge by using AI and machine learning. Click here to watch the video.
Transparency19 is an annual event that covers innovation and digitization trends across trucking, logistics, and supply chain, hosted by FreightWaves.
Wise Systems’ CEO and Co-founder, Chazz Sims, presented at EmTech Digital 2019, MIT Technology Review’s conference focused on various aspects of Artificial Intelligence (AI). In the course of the two-day program, industry leaders explored the state of AI, the human impact, ethical considerations, potential benefits, and applications to different industries, from healthcare and chemistry to transportation.
By Layla Shaikley, Wise Co-founder
In a recent article in MIT Sloan Management Review, Why Customer Experience Matters for B2B, the authors explore how better omnichannel experiences drive stronger sales results on consumer sites, but this logic is often neglected when it comes to B2B. Their opening sentence is: “Business-to-business customers are people too.” And we couldn’t agree more.
By Jemel Derbali, Wise Systems Co-Founder