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Demand For Data Scientists In India Up By Over 400 pc: Study
According to the 2018 edition of Talent Supply Index (TSI) by Belong, the demand for Data Scientists in India has shot up by 417% in the last two years.
GST Spurs Sales Of Accounting Software [Infographic]
Tally in association with Kantar IMRB has presented its findings on the business landscape post GST on the occasion of the first anniversary of the new tax regime.
Deepak Phenolics Uses Honeywell Connected Tech To Train Operators
The solution accelerates knowledge transfer by consolidating an entire lifetime of experience into a concise operator training curriculum.
6 Ways Medical CIOs Can Build a Healthier Future
Healthcare transformation relies on the convergence of technology and people to deliver the best care to patients and drive better value, says Gartner.
Firms That Offer Human-Like AI Experiences Can Win Customers: Study
Consumers' growing comfort in using AI is also increasing their reassurance in AI having human-like attributes, says a new Capgemini study.
Samsung Inaugurates 'World’s Largest' Mobile Factory in India
With this new facility, Samsung will double its current capacity for mobile phones in Noida from 68 million units a year to 120 million units a year.
Smart Devices To Add Up To $685 Bn to Manufacturing Revenue By 2020: Study
To capitalize on the opportunity, manufacturers will need to balance their efforts between legacy products and new services business models, the report said.
IT Veteran Neelam Dhawan Joins Ecosystm As Board Advisor
In her new role at Ecosystm, Dhawan will provide ongoing counsel to the board, in concurrence with her existing roles as board member at Dutch technology giant Royal Philips, and ICICI Bank Limited India.
RJio To Connect 1100 Cities; Set For Next Level Of Disruption
RJio will offer high-speed broadband under the brand JioGigaFiber, targeting 50 million homes - the registrations for which will start on August 15.
Most Organizations Not Doing 'People Strategies' Right
A new study found that developing “Next Gen” leaders and failure to attract and retain top talents were rated as the key challenge by HR leaders in India.