Vaishnavi J Desai

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Gearing up to make India a Centre of Excellence: Anjali Arora, Rocket Software

Anjali Arora, Chief Product Officer, Rocket Software, explains the company’s R&D strategy for India, aggressive hiring plans aligning with the Indian talent pool, and the growth potentials they offer.

Karnataka Elections 2018: Chunavana app eases your polling day woes

Chunavana app helps you avoid long queues at the polling station, assists in navigation to reach the booth, and helps to book any emergency aid.

How AI predicts your next employee, and engages the current one

Prashant John, co-founder, Kwench Global Technologies, reveals how companies are using AI in the employee engagement, hiring, and productivity space.

 

 

WhatsApp on the lookout for India head for the first time ever

The head of India operations will influence product decisions and be responsible for partnership efforts in Indian market across WhatsApp and Facebook teams. 

Drupal CMS bug may leave a million websites compromised

Drupal releases fixes for the vulnerabilities on its Drupal 7.x and 8.x versions, to offset vulnerabilities that could compromise a million websites powered by the affected versions.

Oracle’s new licensing model could give AWS a run for its money

Oracle’s ‘Bring Your Own License’ program, coupled with its Universal Credit model adds serious fire power in the cloud war. Our talk with channel partners and Oracle India’s CTO sheds light on why this strategy could be a game changer.

Bar Stock Exchange uses analytics to bring better beer to your table

The Bar Stock Exchange uses gamification to woo its patrons. Customers can trade alcohol prices similar to that on the stock market and get the best rates possible.

2016: Crucial phase for banking industry in the digital marathon

2016 will be a critical year for the Indian banking industry as innovative products and strategies have to roll out successfully to drive digitization ahead.

How new focus areas will help Indian banks catch up with digitization in 2016

Banks in 2016 have to focus on innovation and customer experience to match up to the expectations.

Banking industry will welcome a new C-suite member in 2016

As digitization takes center stage in 2016, the Indian banking industry will have to welcome a new C-suite member- Chief Digital Officer.

2016: Indian Financial Services industry gets a makeover

Indian Financial services sector will get a makeover in 2016. Evolution of payment banks, financial inclusion initiatives and improving access to SMEs are just few of the new initiatives.

Financial Services industry will battle new challenges in 2016

While FY16 promises a lot of opportunities. But it will still be a bumpy ride. Financial services sector will still have some hurdles to cross.