I’ve been interacting a lot with executive teams recently in a variety of industries. I’ve met with energy executives in France, manufacturing leaders in Germany, and tech industry titans in the United States. Our conversations have covered everything from the challenges of the impact of inflation, navigating economic downturns in the West to supply chain challenges in East Asia, the downstream effects of the war in Ukraine and the impacts of climate change for long-term investment planning. Leading through increasing global turbulence clearly took center stage in the current context.
In a period marked by conflict and continual uncertainty and with the global economy still looking precarious, these executives are consistently looking for ways to reestablish and maintain profitable growth. They want their companies to remain robust, to increase in resiliency, and they want to ensure environmental sustainability. They’re ready to invest in new technologies to help them achieve these goals and to stay ahead of the competition, but they won’t pull the trigger on any spending without clear answers to three key questions:
- How will it help us navigate risk?
- How will it improve economic performance?
- Will it help us achieve a sustainable future?
If a vendor can help an executive navigate risk and disruption, increase value, and aid in the pursuit of sustainable corporate development, they will have a winning technology on their hands – and that’s precisely why Cosmo Tech’s AI-Simulation technology is garnering so much attention from decision makers right now.