Fierce competition in today's global market offers a powerful motivation for developing even more sophisticated and multi-functional technology tools. Implementing these specific techniques and strategies benefits global economics and contributes to the harmonization of economic interests at the micro- and macro-levels.
Avatar-Based Models, Tools, and Innovation in the Digital Economy is an essential reference source that provides a critical analysis of avatar-based models, tools, and neuro natural platforms and features developments in terms of the application of these theories and methodologies to the communication and socio-economic sphere. Featuring research on topics such as digital communications, economic development, and consumer management, this book is ideally designed for students, researchers, industry professionals, and academicians seeking coverage on combining the use of intelligence artificial and natural approaches to a variety of communication technologies.
The purpose of this chapter is to explore the integration of three new concepts—big data, internet of things, and internet signs—in the countries of the former Soviet Union. Further, the concept of big data is analyzed. The internet of things is analyzed. Information on semiotics is given, and it reduces to the notion of internet signs. Context concepts and the contribution of big data, internet of things, and internet of signs to contextual simplification are analyzed. The chapter briefly outlines some potential applications of the integration of these three concepts. The chapter briefly discusses the contribution of the study and gives some extensions. These applications included continuous monitoring of accounting data, continuous verification and validation, and use of big data, location information, and other data, for example, to control fraudsters in the countries of the former Soviet Union.
This chapter discusses the problems associated with the design of the business model in the new context of big data and the internet of things to create a research laboratory for studying and improving digital transformations. The development of business prospects for IOT is due to two main trends: 1) the change of focus from IOT viewing primarily as a technology platform for viewing it as a business ecosystem and 2) the transition from focusing on the business model in general to the development of business models of ecosystems. In the chapter, the business model of the ecosystem is considered as a model consisting of signs fixed in ecosystems and focuses on creating the cost of the laboratory and fixing the value of the ecosystem in which the created laboratory operates.
One of the most challenging obstacles for many businesses in successfully reaching a global market stems from cultural and language barriers and the lack of a clear understanding of this issue. It is critical for businesses to understand these cultural and language barriers and how to face them through effective communications and cultural sensitivity. The companies that will thrive and see the most success are the ones whose employees communicate and collaborate effectively with customers, suppliers, and partners all over the world.
Breaking Down Language and Cultural Barriers Through Contemporary Global Marketing Strategies provides both empirical and theoretical research focused on ways that business professionals and organizations are breaking down cultural and language barriers, integrating cultural sensitivity, and implementing cross-cultural management practices into their daily business practices. Featuring research on topics such as origin effects, consumption culture, and cross-cultural management, managers, consultants, academic researchers, practitioners, business educators, and advanced students in various disciplines will find the content within this publication to be beneficial.