47 enterprise startups to bet your career on in 2020

47 enterprise startups to bet your career on in 2020
Rosalie Chan, Julie Bort and Ashley Stewart from Business Insider

Business Insider analyzed recent startup coverage and data from venture capital database PitchBook to compile a list of enterprise startups we believe are headed for success.
We've defined an enterprise startup as a private, independent company serving the $4 trillion a year business-to-business technology market.

We collected a broad combination of attributes to support why we think the startup is promising, including valuations, funding, founding teams, and the product or service it offers.

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Use AI to Make Cities Smarter

How government CIOs can exploit conversational AI to deliver more personalized, digital services to their citizens.

Vienna’s residents and tourists do not have to rely on the kindness of strangers or scroll through long lists of website links to find parking, restrooms or other critical information. They can simply use WienBot, the Austrian city’s chatbot. Available via Facebook Messenger, WienBot provides answers to an array of user questions and continuously learns from the interactions — even pre-empting questions as it captures the most frequently used terms.

WienBot is a perfect example of how governments can use artificial intelligence (AI) to go digital, one of the biggest challenges for cities, states and nations worldwide. Bettina Tratz-Ryan, research vice president at Gartner, says developments in artificial intelligence (AI) and AI-powered chatbots will allow government CIOs to customize and improve the delivery of services for the citizens they serve.

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Robotics - RPA versus Physical Robots and Cobots

Do I need automation or robotics?

First things first, if you are a business owner you are probably wondering whether automation or robotics is right for your business.
The quick answer is: it really depends on your current business needs.

Quickscan - Frequently asked questions about automation.
Consider these questions:
    Are any tasks in your business currently done by human workers and are repetitive and boring?
    Are any tasks in your business a bottleneck to productivity?
    Are they physical tasks or virtual tasks?

RPARobotic Process Automation
Robotics physical robots. Robots for industrial process automation, order picking, logistics...

If you can think of even one or two tasks which are repetitive or cause a bottleneck, they may be a good candidate for automation.
If they are physical tasks, industrial automation or robotics could be the answer. If they are virtual tasks, a form of software automation might work.

What are automation and robotics?
The basic difference bet…

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is on the rise.

The automation business is moving globally and there are several tools growing in categories.
Industrial automation, Robotic Process Automation, test automation.What do the terms all mean!? Are robotics and automation the same thing?

A lot of people wonder if automation is right for them. Business owners are asking "Should I invest in automation?" and "Should I invest in robotic automation?"
What's the difference between the two? Is automation the same thing as robotics?

Automation is a hot topic in many industries right now. It can refer to several things, not just robotics. We help you to break down the differences between the various terms.

 Leading Players involved in the development of Robotic Process Automation:
    Automation Anywhere (U.S.)
    UiPath (Romania)
    Blue Prism (U.K.)
    Celaton Ltd (U.K.)
    IPSoft (U.S.)
    Nice Systems Ltd. (Israel)
    Pegasystems (U.S.)
    Redwood Software (U.S.)
    Verint (U.S.)

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From individual components to the complete intelligent factory, as well as topical trends such as energy efficiency, lightweight construction and additive manufacturing – at HANNOVER MESSE you’ll get a complete picture of the industrial value-adding chain under one roof - in Hannover and worldwide.


Over the years, the trade fair grew to include an ever-increasing number of topics. And with the appearance of IT – which was initially considered part of the "office industry" – its main focus on industry threatened to become eclipsed.

The next logical step was to create a new show for the new market. In the IT business sector, CeBIT has long since established itself as a second flagship tradeshow, equal to HANNOVER MESSE.



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