Posted by: Rajan Kohli | November 06, 2020
Agility as a concept has been discussed for years, though the competitive advantage of being more agile came into sharp focus in 2020. The increased pace of change, rapidly evolving customer needs, compressed timeframes for responding — all of these and more drove the topic back onto every Board agenda.
Posted by: Rajan Kohli | July 05, 2012
In today’s world, banks face a highly competitive and saturated market – where product innovation and price is no longer a differentiator. Further, because of technological advancements and demographic shifts, customer expectations are steadily rising.
Posted by: Rajan Kohli | June 28, 2012
Enterprises across the world are giving in to the increasing trend of employees bringing their personal mobile devices to work. However, as the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend grows, it is likely to impact the way IT support and enterprise data security is provided and managed.
Posted by: Rajan Kohli | October 10, 2011
Every business needs to think of how it engages with its customers, how it comes closer to them and how it partners them for success.As technology leads the way into tomorrow’s world, we have a duty to our customers to envision their future, prepare them for change and – in some instances – help them pioneer breakthrough innovation and business models.
Posted by: Rajan Kohli | May 25, 2010
Wipro’s annual customer forum – Mandala, is not just an opportunity to take a look at the economic, technological and business realities, it is also a forum that brings together diverse leaders and those who engage in transformation and innovation. And we had just the right locale this year: Amelia Island, Florida.
Posted by: Rajan Kohli | March 17, 2010
Over the last 2 months, I have had a number of queries from analysts, media and our employees asking about the impact of the downturn on the future strategies of IT companies & how companies big and small have responded to the slow down. So, I felt this would be an appropriate topic for my inaugural blog. The Indian IT sector has successfully weathered the storm and overcome troubled times; its grittiness can be seen in the numbers: software exports for the year ending March 2010 are estimated at US$49.7b, having grown 5.5%.