With digital transformations well underway globally and across all industries - driven by ICT - the transportation industry in particular will witness explosive development over the next few years, having reached a turning point that will eventually define the overall success of its transformation.
In pursuit of national productivity and economic strength, governments have long focused on bolstering the competitiveness of the manufacturing sector: a well-functioning manufacturing sector can provide mass employment, attract substantial foreign direct investment, and capture significant export revenues.
At a time when the majority of the banking industry is trying to adjust business models to reflect a more digital ecosystem, several financial and non-financial organizations in China have already brought together big data, advanced analytics, modern digital technology and an innovation culture to deliver exceptional consumer experiences. The question is, can financial institutions elsewhere in the world catch up?
The first step in an enterprise's digital transformation is to build a bottom-layer data integration platform, and it is with this in mind that ROMA was developed.
ROMA is a unified data integration platform that forms the basis of the Huawei Horizon Digital Platform. It integrates different systems' data so it can be shared and applied.