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The Digital Banking Essentials in the Indian Financial System
To make a customer’s banking journey smooth, banks need to start giving access to digital services across multiple touch points.
MoneyOnMobile Introduces Bharat Bill Payment
The service will help retailers to meet the growing demand for digital payment services, covering billers from electricity, water, and gas utilities, to mobile bills and television recharge.
Embracing Zen In Business To Be Flexible and Innovative
An enterprise that is forever ready to be in the "now" and always prepared to embrace the "new" has successfully realized Zen in business.
Ex-Googler Anubha Verma Joins Rentsher As CTO
Anubha will be a critical contributor to Rentsher’s expansion, as the company plans to develop a more seamless and mobile-friendly platform with a view to enhancing its user-friendliness.
We See New Opportunities In India's Enterprise Market: Zendesk CEO
Mikkel Svane, Founder and CEO, Zendesk, talks about the latest technologies and trends that would excite business leaders, the startup ecosystem and Zendesk’s growth plans with a focus on the India market.
Quality Assurance In Multi-Channel Banking Era
With multi-channel banking turning into an irreversible trend, the smooth functioning of the backend IT ecosystems has become critically important for banks today.
5 Digital Transaction Trends To Follow This Year
With artificial intelligence, blockchain and biometrics now coming into play, the digital transaction technologies have a new look.
New Technologies Drive Hiring In IT Sector: Survey
The highest paid technology areas are big data analytics, machine learning and AI developers, according to a new survey.
Edtech Can Play A Vital Role In Woman Empowerment
While the massive disparity between the number of men and women in the workforce have been reducing, often, they are the ones forced to renounce their professional lives due to personal commitments.
Technology, A Key Driver In Cross-Border M&A: Study
Indian companies said that acquiring new technology and expertise was their top reason for engaging in cross-border M&A, said a Baker McKenzie report.