28
Jul
2014

Talentscape: IT-BPM Industry

For India’s IT-BPM industry, its people have been the biggest differentiator and as such, it has made substantial investments in developing a future-ready workforce: more

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25
Jul
2014

Smart Cities @ leveraging IT

Amongst a slew of measures introduced by the NDA government in its maiden budget, infrastructure development through PPP clearly finds a pivotal role. This was much needed.
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18
Jul
2014

Indian Enterprise Software Products – On accelerated growth path

Global enterprise applications market continues to grow rapidly with small and medium size businesses now adopting enterprise-class software along with large enterprises upgrading solutions for greater integration of business processes. more

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15
Jul
2014

Opportunities @ Indian SMB Market

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The IT industry’s traditional focus has been on exports, but if you look closer home the domestic SMB space provides a plethora of opportunities. more

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10
Jul
2014

The 80-20 Budget

The Union budget is good news for our software product and technology ecosystem. At the macro level the ease of doing business, huge focus on infrastructure – both physical highways and digital connectivity to all corners of the nation, more stable and predictable taxation regime, focus on implementing GST are all collectively excellent news for both start ups and product companies. more

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10
Jul
2014

Budget 2014 marks the beginning of the journey towards a Digital India

Budget 2014 marks the beginning of the journey towards a Digital Media
It was pegged as the “Budget of Hope” and while economists and businesses differ on whether this expectation was met or not, the technology sector does have reason to rejoice. more

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09
Jul
2014

Railway Budget 2014: The technology imperative

Under the 6-week old Modi government, the first Railway Budget has come up with a swathe of reforms which – without getting into the mechanics of implementation – look very positive. The Budget’s focus on growth and modernisation by leveraging IT is a step in the right direction. more

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07
Jul
2014

Emerging Internet Trends – India riding the wave

India is a growing digital market – over 200 million people are connected to the internet, and contributing to an exponentially growing economy. The young and dynamic user population is driving the growth of online consumption in sophisticated ways that are in line with developed countries in the current scenario. more

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23
Jun
2014

Global Internet Trends – The world is getting smarter

The world is undergoing a fundamental shift due to expansion of mobile technology. Almost everything can be managed by using smart devices like smartphones, tablets, iPads etc. With over 2.5 billion users, the internet is unarguably the most successful human invention ever created. In today’s environment, who needs a dictionary, a calculator, a textbook, a brick and mortar retail shop, a visit to bank etc.? With ever changing global internet trends, smart devices ensure that we can now abandoning earlier lifestyles we used to follow. Whatever we want to do, is just a click away due to seismic shifts in internet proliferation. more

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19
Jun
2014

Why we need Enterprise Focused Research & Innovation in IT?

Alvin Toffler once said that the “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” True to Alvin’s words, we still are plagued by what we have learned in the past, the investments that we have made and often realize that it is this learning and investments that are holding us back. The good news is that we are not alone in this quandary and we find nations, organizations, corporations and communities going down the path of unlearning and relearning. more

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