Vladislav Martynov launches a system of processing and analysis of sports matches
The Iceberg project, created by the team of Yota Devices co-founder Vladislav Martynov, will work on November 24. The system will track the actions of players during the match for more than five hundred parameters and determine their effectiveness based on mathematical algorithms. The know-how of the project consists in the speed of removing the metrics from the playing field, fast processing and analysis of all data. According to plans, it should become popular among hockey teams for coaches and General managers in the evaluation and re-evaluation of players and the selection of juniors. Before the official launch of the project Martynov refused to comment on it. Competitors say that the former head of Yota Devices engaged in a promising business. Continue reading
In the course of digital transformation, companies that previously ordered IT solutions themselves become centers of competence in the field of information technology. It’s inevitable. And understandable. IT companies should take this into account in the business model
Digital transformation forces large corporate customers in the field of information technology to determine the model of product creation in the field of information technology: outsourcing, insourcing, crowdsourcing. Instead of the expected transition to outsourcing (each focuses on core competencies), leading corporations from a variety of industries began to build the capacity of subsidiaries of IT-service structures.
Although the “Sberbank-Technologies”, “LUKOIL-inform” and itsk appeared relatively long time, but their weight on the IT market continues to grow. For example, Sberbank technologies increased its revenue in 2017 by 49% with an average growth of 100 largest IT companies by 12%, that is, the company continues to grow actively, “selecting” potential orders from outsourcers. Continue reading
The world has entered the digital era: information technology helps companies earn billions, and those who do not have time for progress, the new economy punishes without mercy
Practice shows: who does not adapt, he dies. A recent example is the American toy company Toys “R” US, which had 800 stores in the US and the same in other countries. Instead of developing online trading, the company opened new high-value stores. Some of them were with amusement parks and attractions. The company had no profit since 2013 and eventually lost to retail stores with online sales channels. At the end of 2017, Toys “R” US filed for bankruptcy, and in 2018 announced the closure and sale of its stores. Continue reading