CompTIA Policy Principle
Kwabena Nuamah, McDonald's Corporation For McDonald’s, pairing technology advancements with business strategy is driving growth. In fact, technology is at the center of a massive paradigm shift that will enable the restaurant to have self-service kiosks and table service in the U.S. by the end of 2020. Kwabena “Kwab” Nuamah is helping to build McDonald’s future. As a senior business analyst and technical capabilities lead based out of the company’s headquarters in Chicago, Nuamah marries the technical side with the business side. “I work with our business partners to get the vision, but I also work internally with our solution architects to figure out what’s technically feasible and what’s not,” said Nuamah. McDonald's is making substantial investments in digital initiatives that can aid the company in providing Artificial Intelligence Advancements in cloud computing, mobile computing, artificial intelligence and other applications such as mobile payments are rapidly creating new opportunities for economic advancement while also raising a host of new public policy considerations. CompTIA monitors the ongoing discussions in Washington and around the country on artificial intelligence and automation as they pertain to both the 21st century technology workforce and the Internet of Things within industries such as restaurants and hospitality. Economic expansion in IT rests on the creation of new and innovative business models that leverage trusted, secure and accessible Internet-based platforms. CompTIA supports common sense data and cybersecurity policies that secure our networks and promote responsible use of consumer data so the technology experience can continue to expand and improve.
McDonald's is making substantial investments in digital initiatives that can aid the company in providing better designed and more personalized experiences for their customers across the globe.
CompTIAWorld | FALL 2019
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