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E-Retailing To Grow By 2.5 Times In 3 Years: Crisil
With deeper penetration of technology and more awareness of online shopping, the growth of e-retailing will be multi-fold.
CXOs Still Wary Of Cloud Data Security: Study
Despite increased use of cloud technologies, payment and customer data still appear to be at risk, says a new study.
More Customer-Facing Firms Will Use Chatbots In 2-3 Years
Twenty-five percent of customer service and support firms will integrate virtual customer assistant (VCA) or chatbot technology across engagement channels by 2020, says Gartner.
TalentSprint Sees More Potential Of Blockchain In Fintech
The company announces foundations of FinTech and Blockchain, a new state-of-the-art program for technology and finance professionals.
India’s Digital Payments Will Touch USD 1-Tn By 2022: Report
Report by Credit Suisse expects India to be a huge market for digital payment and predicts it to reach $1 trillion by the next five years.
AI, Cloud, IoT To Have Huge Impact On Semicon Revenue: KPMG
The survey also found that semiconductor leaders are more optimistic this year than last year when asked for their outlook on profitability, revenue growth, capital spending, research and development spending, and workforce growth.
PNB Scam: Some Tech Lessons For Indian Banks
Punjab National Bank that has witnessed probably one of the biggest scams in the banking history should be an eye opener for the entire banking industry as it was a case of failure of technology systems and procedure.
Digital Engineering Spend To Grow 124 pc By 2022
A new report said, new age technologies like Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, 3D printing, AR/VR, IoT, et al, and their myriad applications and use-cases are driving innovations.
IBM Steps Up Its Skills Development Efforts In India
IBM India in partnership with the Indian government is planning to design and introduce courses that will define the future of jobs.
Why Financial Sector CIOs Should Get On Top Of Machine Learning
A new research shows that the CIOs from the financial sector is losing out on the full potential of machine learning by leaving out risk management policies.