Meg Whitman Looks At the Future of Transportation, Technology and Business

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Meg Whitman Looks At  the Future of Transportation, Technology and Business

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Meg Whitman recently about the future of technology, transportation and business.  According to Whitman, transportation and technology are inextricably linked.




Recently Hewlett-Packard's Meg Whitman wrote an article on LinkedIn about the future of technology, transportation and business.  According to Whitman, transportation and technology are inextricably linked.

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Technology and services are behind the largest airlines, railways, automobiles and even cruise ships around the world, Whitman writes. She says that Hewlett Packard maps flight patterns for United Airlines, manages the data center for UPS, supports Lufthansa in testing applications using a software-as-a-service model, and is helping reduce energy consumption for Kazakhstan's railway.

"The world’s leading companies are tapping into the power of technology to win—and keep—customers, and the transportation industry is no different. From ports and public transportation to connected cars and apps, technology is revolutionizing every aspect of transportation. And transportation is, in turn, transforming the way business is done."


"The world’s leading companies are tapping into the power of technology to win—and keep—customers, and the transportation industry is no different. From ports and public transportation to connected cars and apps, technology is revolutionizing every aspect of transportation," writes Whitman.  Whats more, she argues, transportation is, in turn, transforming the way business is done.

Whitman writes about how companies like Uber, Lyft, Drone Adventures, Virgin Galactic and Astrobotics are revolutionizing the transportation industry.  All of these companies are using technology to address their big challenges.

She goes on to say that transportation trends need to be monitored by companies to see how they will disrupt their industries and impact their bottom lines. Mapping supply chains and reducing the carbon footprint of an organization are only the starting points.

Meg Whitman

Whitman has been cited by The New York Times as among the women most likely to become the first female President of the United States.  She was the CEO of eBay and has been CEO of Hewlett-Packard since 2011.


SOURCE  LinkedIn

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