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CIO (Chief Information officer) is the stakeholder that controls a major budget in an enterprise in the form of IT (Information technology) – traditionally CIO and his protégés in the form of infrastructure heads, datacenter manager etc. has been a key customer for a lot of service providers, as they are the one’s buying infrastructure Read More

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March 22nd, 2016

Hexaware Shrink IT, Grow Digital has a fundamental impact on how in future enterprises will consume hybrid cloud services. The initiative is primarily based on the fact that cost of managing datacenters and cloud services should fundamentally fund organizations to focus on digital initiatives, At Hexaware, we strongly feel that in today’s enterprise the CIO’s Read More

Posted by Saurabh Vadhera
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March 7th, 2016

This is a Guest post by Venkataraman A R. It would be an understatement to say HR Technology is in a state of transformation. It is here and it is a reality. However, what is important is not the technology per se. It is the consumerization of HR that is to be embraced and taken advantage of. What Read More

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October 26th, 2015

As a client advisor focused on solving customer problems, I have been lucky to be surrounded with thought leaders, IT industry veterans and some of the sharpest minds who are business function experts – trying to embrace the new while sharing their perception of varied technology investments – innovation & business value accruals. With changing Read More

Posted by Piyush Dube
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October 7th, 2015

Globalization has made the world really flat and an impact in one corner can put everything off balance. The market experienced volatile economic conditions in the earlier phase of this decade, however with a slow but steady recovery. An extreme makeover is also evident as we approach the second half of this decade. Clearly the Read More

Posted by Sushil Nimkar
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September 28th, 2015

As the competition is getting stiffer day by day, businesses and brands are striving hard to differentiate themselves from the competition. “Customer centricity” has become a way of life while delivering services/products to end users. Digitization has made it easy and possible for businesses to create ever lasting impression in customers’ minds. While it may Read More

Posted by Prakash Devara
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August 6th, 2015

Security is very important in the day-to-day life. Industries like Banking, capital market, etc., can’t be live without Security. Business requirement to secure all the critical data based on the user’s role in the Organization. In the traditional way, the Security implementation rules and userid’s were maintained in a security table and applied in the Read More

Posted by Jayaramaraj L
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October 28th, 2014

Over a decade back the telecommunication industry forever changed the way of “Connecting People” through the use of mobile devices. Today, in a world of digital natives, mobile phones are not a want but a need. Let me put that in perspective; there are nearly 6 billion mobile devices in the world which is a Read More

Posted by Karn Kute
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July 18th, 2014

Deepika Mamnani topic on ‘Nine Tips to Demystify the Art of Selling Testing Services’ has been selected by TechWell for their blog. To read about it click the link below http://www.techwell.com/2014/07/nine-tips-demystify-art-selling-testing-services . About the Author Deepika Mamnani heads the global presales and solutions arm of Quality Assurance and Testing Services group at Hexaware Technologies. In Read More

Posted by Deepika Mamnani
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July 16th, 2014

Manufacturers seek efficiency, simplicity, continuous improvement and innovation. In spite of this, many are still not warming up to Cloud technologies. Why? When I talk to the CIOs, IT leaders and Business leaders in these companies it is difficult to put a finger on one or two causes. Rather it is a bunch of things. Read More

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July 15th, 2014

Manufacturing is set for bright days.  Factory floors are getting busier in Europe and US. China has cooled down a bit – but in overall scheme of things that may actually be OK.  Funds are available for investment.  IT departments are drawing up plans to fix things, modernize the infrastructure and applications. As they think Read More

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July 15th, 2014

If someone were to ask me “Why accessibility?” I’d say it is my passion. As tedious and boring as some people make testing seem, I truly enjoy accessibility testing. In my career thus far, there have been numerous times when I have come across the terms “defect-free” or “quality” product. If we satisfy the definition Read More

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July 10th, 2014

I work with Manufacturers a lot – that is how I earn my keep. This is a solid industry. It is also relatively stable- many companies in this sector have been in the business for a century or close to that. Keeping track of technological advances and using it to develop new products or doing Read More

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June 26th, 2014

Being part of the team implementing one of the most comprehensive and sophisticated PeopleSoft Campus Solutions along with HCM and FSCM implementation for an eminent Indian  university, I wanted to write a blog to share my unique experience with my fellow practitioners of Campus Solution. I had put myself in the center of this spectacular Read More

Posted by SanghamitraSur
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June 11th, 2014

There is so much hype around the big data. Everywhere people talk about Hadoop and this word has reached many in the world in quick time. Every organization puts in lot of effort, time and money to build capabilities in big data skills. The question is can everyone fit in the big data role?  Or Read More

Posted by Soundarapandian
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April 17th, 2014

The TEDGlobal 2012, conference was of great significance to the World of Education as Andreas Schleicher – A German statistician and researcher in the field of education introduced the PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) test. PISA assesses student’s understanding (Mathematical, Scientific and Reading skills) and their ability to apply the concepts in day-to-day life. Read More

Posted by Satesh Kumar
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March 24th, 2014

Campus Mobile is a new student self-service app designed for Smartphone devices. It is delivered as part of Campus Solutions Self Service and is readily deployable an IOS or Android smart phones. The application enables students to have constant access to high value self-service transactions and keeps them connected with the university on the go. Read More

Posted by Krishnaraj Sundararajan
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March 20th, 2014

R12 Decision to Upgrade or Re-implement. The information below offers best practices and advice to customers currently in 11i who are not able to take decision to upgrade or re-Implement and who are in dilemma. After going through these details they can understand the benefits, pro and cons and decide either to upgrade or re-implement Read More

Posted by SachinU
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February 13th, 2014

Hi Readers, In this blog we are going to see one of the common Issues in Business Objects deployment i.e. Stale sessions which catch up the concurrent user licenses. Let’s have a look on the issue briefly. Problem statement: Concurrent users are being shown as logged in multiple times and their sessions are not being Read More

Posted by Manikandan Elumalai
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July 16th, 2012

I tried to install SAP TAO 2.0 . After installation When clicking the SAP TAO Icon to open , i am getting the following error like ” QC has to be installed before working with SAP TAO” . But i have QC 10 with BPT, QTP 10 installed in the same server. Can anybody help Read More

Posted by Kather
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December 11th, 2017

Three years ago, when we demonstrated an RPA process to a crowd, I remember there being an applause in the room.People were stunned to see how a manual process was being seamlessly transformed into a process sans people! Today, a lot of companies have already RPA’edsome of their lowest hanging fruits such as input of Read More

Posted by Nandita Nishanth
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December 1st, 2017

On-boarding Artificial Intelligence – A Reality Check Recently, iPhone 8 was launched with much fanfare. There were advertisements all over the places during this festival season announcing its arrival and availability. Apple is emphasizing on 4 differentiators in the new iPhone, namely All-glass design, Advanced cameras, Wireless charging and A11 bionic chips. Coming from the Read More

Posted by Chinmoy Misra
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November 28th, 2017

Both digital and transformation have become buzzwords at many organizations today. These are now the new frontiers that every business aims to conquer. Changing industry demands has not only forced many businesses to embrace these new frontiers rapidly, but has also urged others to prepare for the competition sooner or later. But, experiences so far Read More

Posted by Chinmoy Misra
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November 24th, 2017

Hello Friends, Can you expect a better performance and comfort just by placing accessories and without upgrading the engine of your car? The answer is a resounding No! Similarly, you will not be able to get the benefit of adopting a new technology platform unless you change the execution methodology. That’s the prime reason for Read More

Posted by Prashant Neharkar
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November 24th, 2017

In this day and age, where the tech industry is working towards developing new & innovative ways to build non-intrusive technologies that assist in managing data & interactions in an accurate, effective and secure manner, the current wave of Robotics seems to be bringing this change to the industry using the realms of AI (Artificial Read More

Posted by Mithran
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November 14th, 2017

Recruitment is like cooking. Just like a Chef shifts through his stock of ingredients to pick the right raw material & the best ingredients to cook a gourmet meal, a recruiter needs to do the same in order to ‘hire the right’. It’s all about making the connect – An acknowledgement mail, a small thank Read More

Posted by Anuja Niyogi
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November 14th, 2017

If you had once built a dam in Tuticorin, would you be able to estimate the time taken for doing the same in Turin? Estimation is a breeze. Take cars for instance. Or any white goods. You can ask a salesman and in a jiffy, he gives you a quote. So, I reiterate that estimation Read More

Posted by Kamalakannan Sankaran
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October 26th, 2017

Few businesses stand to gain as much from automation as insurance companies, but few businesses encounter as many challenges when they try to implement it. This is why we bonded together with our partner WorkFusion, a leading SaaS based automation solution platform that lets enterprise leaders digitize their global operations, to host “Beyond RPA: Optimizing Read More

Posted by Shishir Vahia
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October 26th, 2017

Three observations: 1. A few months ago, there was a curious article doing the rounds: Programmers who use spaces to indent their code are paid 9% more compared to programmers who use tabs. This result held, even after controlling various factors, such as: the programming language, numbers of years of experience, country etc. Now, let’s Read More

Posted by Krishna Kumar
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October 26th, 2017
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