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Digital brings new opportunities for Retail Master Data Management (MDM)

For retailers, digital technologies are increasing the number of customer touch points. The most direct implication of this has been the tremendous growth in the availability of customer data with the addition of new touch points - which is both encouraging as well as overwhelming.

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Technology and its role in curbing the growth of diabetes

Fact is that, in the next ten years, one out of every five diabetic person in the world will be an Indian. A whopping 65 million people have been diagnosed with diabetes in India. There are another 77 million with pre-diabetes with whom if we can detect altered glucose levels early,

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Posted by Arpita Banerjee
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The Indian Medical Devices Industry: On the Cusp of Transformation

The medical devices industry forms a miniscule 6.4% of the Indian healthcare sector. Of course, it is growing faster than the entire healthcare sector put together, but that is little consolation when local players continue to of scalability, credibility and brand value. I have always felt that the government wasn’t doing enough to support the industry.

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Into the future with data appliances

Businesses today know that the answers to the most complex questions lie within their data. Can an insurance company identify fraudulent claims before they surface? Can a retailer identify a customer’s need for a loan in order to complete a purchase? Can an airline identify a customer that is about to shift loyalty? Can a broker move closer to predicting the movement of a certain script? Can a hospital predict a re-admission and prevent it? These are questions that would have foxed the most experienced,

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Posted by Sankar Natarajan
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Why should every service provider embrace SDN/NFV Transformation?

According to Gartner, the global mobile data traffic will increase by 59% in 2015 and will touch 173 million terabytes (TB) in 2018. Increased adoption of smart phones that leads to variety and volume of data, IoT/M2M device connectivity and its benefits and higher data consumption per user is placing immense pressure on the current network infrastructure of organizations.

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Posted by Ravi Kumar Emani
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Patient centricity and the digital healthcare revolution

We’re not talking about a futuristic vision of medicine and healthcare. Such disruptive technologies are transforming clinical outcomes and redefining patience experience in healthcare today.

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Posted by Sangita Singh

Is your marketing spend translating into profitable outcomes?

Organizations today are increasingly focused on executing targeted marketing campaigns and majority of them are doing so by leveraging data and by spending excessively on customer analytics. However, a critical area that organizations should emphasize is reconciling of the marketing spend. Not being high on the risk radar,

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Posted by Bhavna Sachar
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Simplified sourcing in ‘as-a-service’ economy

As IT services become increasingly commoditized and the supplier side of the market gets overly crowded, some of retail industry’s principles can be replicated in IT sourcing as well.

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Agile Business Intelligence (BI) & Big Data

Industries across domains are facing tremendous pressure of keeping up with the pace at which business environments are evolving - especially with respect to customer demands, market places, business models and product life cycles. What this has translated into is a need for capabilities that provide rapid data analysis with the speed, flexibility and accuracy.

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Posted by Robert Bates
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Why keeping iPaaS on your radar will make your business fly

The cloud is no more in a rarified atmosphere. Everyone is busy finding tenancy for their enterprise applications such as email, CRM, BPM, service portals, anti-virus services, etc. in the cloud. Applications and data, depending on the business needs

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