“Meemo” offers to the “RIGA COMM 2019” attendees customised and personalised digitalisation solutions for a variety of business types and needs that can significantly optimize the daily processes and automate routine tasks. “Meemo” has developed a feature-rich and intuitive “CRM+” system, a non-bank loan management system, digitalised work safety with electronic training and testing system, designed and developed customised solutions for businesses like gas stations and design agencies, businesses in such fields as accounting, record keeping and manufacturing and many others.

Meemo “E-work safety” provides digital access to and management of the labour protection documents of the client’s work force, manage a list of employees, mandatory health inspection documents and reinspection schedules, electronic employee training and testing with interactive online tests.

Meemo “Business intelligence” is a system that provides a flexible client database, a calendar with daily/weekly/monthly schedule, interactive project management, document management, a fast sales workflow starting with configuring an offer then drafting an agreement and finally sending an invoice and all this in a GDPR compliant solution.

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RIGA COMM attendants can get 50% off for the setup and configuration of a new Meemo “Business intelligence” system (setup cost is a one-time payment of 149 EUR or 349 EUR depending on the chosen package).

A variety of leading businesses in their own fields choose “Meemo” solutions, bringing the total amount of “Meemo” users to be more than 40 000.

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Concern about a “jobless future” has never been greater. Seemingly every day, an academic, researcher or technology leader suggests that in a world of automation and artificial intelligence (AI), workers will increasingly be a surplus to what businesses need – or as Stanford University’s Jerry Kaplan says in his best-selling book, it won’t be long before “humans need not apply.”

 

The concerns are understandable. AI – long academic theory and Hollywood plotline – is becoming “real” at an astonishing pace and finding its way into more and more aspects of work, rest and play. AI is now being used to read X-rays and MRIs. It’s at the heart of stock trading. Chat with Siri or Alexa, and you’re using AI. Soon, AI will be found in every job, profession and industry around the world.

 

When machines do everything, lots of people wonder what will we do? What work will be left for people? How will we make a living when machines are cheaper, faster and smarter than we are – machines that don’t take breaks or vacations, don’t get sick and don’t care about chatting with their colleagues about last night’s game? For many people, the future of work looks like a bleak place, full of temporary jobs (a “gig” economy), minimum wage labour and a ruling technocracy safely hidden away in their gated communities and their circular living machines.

 

In the Cognizant’s Future of Work stage, we will tackle the past, the present and the future of work with world-class speakers and practical sessions. Stay tuned for the agenda and top-notch speaker’s announcements.

 

Visit the Cognizant Future of Work Stage at “RIGA COMM 2018” on October 11-12 to find out more.

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