Digital Transformation News
Driving sustainable business and business models and nurturing talent are two key imperatives for the new-age CFO
A branded website is the core of any digitally successful business
COVID-19 pandemic: Why the sudden boost in digital transformation calls for tougher cybersecurity in India
In June 2020 alone, personal and financial data of 2.91 crore Indians was leaked on to the dark web.
Mindtree Limited and The Nordex Group partner to upscale their company's digital transformation and growth plans respectively.
Tech Mahindra Q4 results: Profit drops 29% to Rs 804 cr, revenue up 6.7%; announces dividend of Rs 5 per share
COVID-19 has brought an unprecedented change in business model for the IT industry, Tech Mahindra Managing Director and CEO CP Gurnani said.
Infosys to acquire Simplus in $250 million deal; company to strengthen presence in North America, Australia
In addition, there are employee incentives and retention payments amounting up to $50 million on meeting certain performance conditions over three years, Infosys said.
Industry body CII on Wednesday said it has partnered Tata Communications to set up a 'Centre for Digital Transformation' (CDT) that will help companies, especially small and medium enterprises, on using new-age technologies
India is becoming an integral part of the global digital value chain and is also emerging as one of the largest suppliers of digital talent
Successful CX strategies need fundamental design thinking
Infosys, TCS results should be viewed beyond street estimates; industry growth momentum is real and broad-based
TCS will automate and maintain digital platform on the cloud for an estimated 3,00,000 chartered accountants and 8,00,000 students in India alone.
Former President of the industry body NASSCOM noted that many big IT companies in India are reporting a very strong deal pipeline and, so, the growth momentum can be expected to continue
India's data must be controlled and owned by Indian people, not by corporates: RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani
Ambani said that for India to succeed in the data-driven revolution, "necessary steps will have to be taken to migrate the control and ownership of Indian data back to India.
Indian telecom sector brutally challenging, yet offers ample opportunities, says senior govt official
Sundararajan said $100 billion sectoral investment enshrined in the national digital communications policy is not an over-estimate.
The panel, moderated by Mridu Bhandari, Editor (Special Projects) Network 18, discussed digital structures and the transformation.
French tech major Atos buys Syntel for $3.4 bn to expand North America footprint, reach 'global scale'
Both Atos and Syntel have a significant presence in India. Syntel, which has 23,000 engineers in 30 countries, has over 18,000 staff based in India. Atos has about 16,000 people.
Narendra Modi in Sweden: India, Nordic nations agree to deepen cooperation in innovation, climate change
India and the five Nordic nations of Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Finland on Tuesday agreed to deepen cooperation in innovation and climate change in the first India-Nordic Summit held here during the course of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit here
IT job crisis: Upskilling only path to survive for techies as automation era feeds on disappearing jobs
Observing the past shows us that jobs have consistently been predicted to become obsolete with the advent of technology and machines.
Enterprises embarking on digital transformation should realize that it involves deeper planning and evaluation around technology, people, and process.