Webinar and Q&A
Driving Applied Digital Innovation
Join Enthought CEO Eric Jones, CDxO Mike Connell and JSR Director and Chairman of the Board Mitsunobu Koshiba for a discussion on driving successful digital transformation.
This webinar discusses how to craft transformation strategy and drive applied digital innovation in both new and established organizations.
"Enthought probed to find the pivot point that improved our process. They built the right AI tools and developed the right skills in our scientists. We got immediately actionable value."
– Mitsunobu (Nobu) Koshiba, CEO, JSR
Currently Representative Director, Chairman of the Board
Enthought Edge: A DataOps Solution Designed to Unlock the Value in R&D Data
We’re empowering scientists to discover never-before-seen value in their R&D data. Our powerful DataOps solution enables scientists to standardize complex R&D data through Dynamic Data Modeling, access data easily through a secure central gateway, develop new data-driven insights and unlock opportunities to leverage new technologies and solutions.
Digital Transformation– the Long Game
True digital transformation, beyond just implementing digital technologies and providing training, is a multi-year effort that requires significant commitment from across the organization. To sustain the change and motivate people for the longer-term prize, it is necessary to deliver incremental and significant business value every 6–12 months. This value could be saving research scientists’ time, or introducing a new capability in the laboratory.
In this video, COO and Chief Digital Transformation Officer Mike Connell sets out the approach Enthought takes in collaborating with clients to implement a multi-year program to enable dramatic new capabilities.
Mike Connell | 3m34s | Digitally Transforming with Continuous Value to the Business
Science + Domain + Coding = Innovation
Enthought experts have deep expertise in fundamental science, and come from multiple domains, for example; life sciences, chemistry, oil & gas, manufacturing and aerospace. They also have expertise in scientific software development and a passion for problem solving.
Many clients recognize the need for similarly skilled experts to progress their own digital transformation initiatives, for which Enthought has standard and customized training programs.
From its origin in 2001 Enthought has provided training in scientific software, and today focuses on Python, now the most used programming language in science.
Problem-Driven, Customized Scientific Software
Through a collaborative approach with clients, Enthought builds customized scientific software that enables experts to approach problems in entirely new ways, creating new possibilities for the business.
By combining experts who code with the domain expertise of clients, engagements are highly efficient; software prototyping can happen in days, rather than weeks and months. These software prototypes always target specific business problems, focused on delivering value early.
More than 80 of the Enthought 100+ staff have graduate degrees in STEM fields, and more than 65 hold Ph.Ds.
Enthought at Work
See what can happen when client experts collaborate with Enthought scientists and engineers who code.
Enthought Blog: Where Science, Code, & Curiosity Intersect
The Enthought blog covers digital transformation journeys, scientific software challenges, and some just plain cool technology.
Analysis of Chicxulub Asteroid Impact Cores Brings Multidisciplinary Discoveries
In 2016 a scientific expedition drilled into the Chicxulub Impact Crater in the Gulf of Mexico, taking a core sample formed when a meteor crashed 66 million years ago, killing the dinosaurs and beginning the Cenozoic period.
Brendon Hall, part of Energy Solutions, used custom built software for the oilfield to study this fascinating core. The results are now published. Contact us for the PNAS Paper, and visit the blog for the New York Times article and other press.
Enthought’s Virtual Core Application
Uber: Digital Transformation and Industry Disruption
There are underlying lessons to be learned from considering the difference between a taxi company and Uber. Both have access to the same set of technologies: Mobile phones, mobile apps, credit card processing, GPS and turn-by-turn navigation.
Yet the typical taxi company is worth in the order of $10M, while Uber is worth in the order of $100B. The key difference is not in how the technologies are leveraged, but in the way each company is set up to take advantage of the possibilities that these technologies can provide.
Mike Connell | 1m44s | Lessons from Uber in Digital Transformation
SciPy was co-founded by Enthought CEO Eric Jones in 2002, when a group of about 50 like minded scientists gathered at Cal Tech, passionate about the potential of the Python scientific software stack to revolutionize the problem solving capabilities of scientists and engineers.
Like 2020, this year’s event will be virtual, expanding the possibilities for participation. The 2020 virtual event attracted over 1,500 participants, almost double the Austin gathering of 2019. The full program will consist of 2 days of tutorials (July 12-13), followed by 3 days of talks (July 14-16), and ends with 2 days of developer sprints (July 17-18). Learn more here.