BFSI Firms Still Lacking Big Data Maturity
Higher levels of big data and analytics maturity has led to better chances of achieving expected benefits in the areas of technology, staffing and other investment decisions.
Big Data Drives Better Decision Making
If you look at an organization of any size across verticals, one thing you will notice is that all of them accumulate data.
CIOs Must Have A ‘Digital First’ Mindset
Cloud, mobile, social and big data are already central to business thinking, believe Gartner researchers.
L&T Deploys Fluous Power Apps For Payroll Processing
The country's engineering giant, Larsen and Toubro Limited has deployed Fluous Power Apps - a suite of workforce management solutions in an effort to create a common platform for managing its payroll processing tasks. With 45 different...
Big Data Sprucing Up Enterprise Decision Making
Senior executives are using big data in various decision making process, such as to identify new sources of revenue and retain and acquire customers.
Leadership Mantra: Rome Was Not Built In A Day
It took nearly 22 years to build Taj Mahal. No wonder why it is considered a wonder and admired world wide.
Patni & EAN India To Join Global RFID consortium
EAN India- a not-for-profit standards-based organization, promoted by the Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India, announced today that Patni Computer Systems Ltd., has joined it to gain access to services of EPCglobal, Inc. EPCglobal- a joint...
SSA Global Wars With i2 For Indian SCM Market
SSA Global marched into the Supply Chain Management (SCM) territory today, with its latest solution offering, SSA SCM, placing it in direct competition with enterprise heavyweight i2 Technologies. Communicating to CXOtoday, Ravi Kathuria,...
Mahindra's CIO Reveals Blueprint Of Success
CIOs in India are increasingly coming under the spotlight as the key decision makers of their respective organizations, with glitz, glamour, and the usual bunch of enterprising vendors following them literally wherever they go. And of...
Blog Readership Up 58% In 2004
Blog readership has shot up by 58% in 2004, though 62% of online Americans still do not know what a blog is. According to a new report from Pew Internet and American Life Project, blogs had established themselves as a key part of online...