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42 minutes | Aug 15, 2019
Interview with RTI (Real Time Innovations) part 2
Interview with Sumeet Shendrikar, Services Director at RTI (part 2). What I can look at though is, for a lot of companies they have to change a little bit of their DNA to go to this world. So I think it was Andreessen Horowitz, who said, you know, "Software is eating the world." And it was Jeffrey Immelt from G.E, who said, "You might wake up a manufacturing company today "But tomorrow you're gonna be a software company." So you have to look at core competencies in which countries are or which companies, in this case, the traditional automotive companies historically weren't software companies, the software was an afterthought, maybe for the infotainment system not really for the rest of the vehicle. Now they have to address that. They have to fix that problem. How do we become software people because we're no longer just assembling a vehicle? We're now a systems integrators, we have to bring together these different pieces to work in a way that makes sense, and that really is a problem that they have risk because it's a talent problem. It's a supply chain problem, it's a maintenance problem, it's an updates problem. You know, there's all these things come in when you start dealing with software. And so I think it's going to kind of depend on who creates an environment for that to happen as well.
42 minutes | Aug 15, 2019
Interview with RTI (Real Time Innovations)
Interview with Sumeet Shendrikar, Services Director at RTI. Sumeet helps lead the Professional Services organization's growth, management, and execution consistent with their department metrics, growth projections, and charter. He works with the RTI executive leadership to operate a proficient organization that drives customer adoption, ensures customer success, and realizes revenue potential, all while becoming key Trusted Advisors to our customers. As a people manager, I help manage and grow the team of Trusted Advisors. RTI stands for Real Time Innovations. It's a small software company in Sunnyville. Smallish I guess. We're about 200 people now, spread around the world. And we like to say we're the industrial internet conductivity company. So the initial Internet of Things is a relatively kind of recent phenomenon. But really, it's a branding or name for a set of use cases that have existed for a long time. And so, our software is used in these mission critical, very complex systems where data needs to flow between devices to different places and we help make that easier and make that happen for our customers.
70 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
3D Scanning, in the beginning
An insightful and engaging interview with Scansite Founder and CEO, Lisa Federici, who is an 3D innovator and mutiple recepient of 3Ders.org's “50 influential & inspiring women in 3D printing”
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