Digital Transformation & Software Engineering Services


Amazon Redshift: Vendor Lock-In Never Felt So Good

The Hadoop ecosystem has a well-known hole: there is no good opensource tool for near-real time analytics on Big Data. For example, suppose you have 500 milliseconds to calculate the average temperature reading from a set of sensors, based on some ad hoc user-specified criteria such as location, time and sensor type. Pre-aggregation is not […]read more »

Delivering Services- Between Empathy and Automation

Agilists embrace the idea of working in iterations which deliver value to their client after each cycle of about two weeks. When tackling a new idea, a coherent bundle of initial iterations is called Minimum Viable Products or MVP and promises a usable digital product that can be ideally presented to the client’s clients. This […]read more »

Perspective from the Field: Digital Disruption Is Becoming Mainstream

Digital transformation is changing the way we consume goods and services. Out of the top 10 most valued companies (based on market cap) in the world, the top 4 spots are taken by born digital companies or companies that are at the forefront of digital transformation. There is hardly any industry which is not disrupted […]read more »

Application Modernization: One size does NOT fit all

According to a report published by KBV Research on the Global Application Modernization Services Market, the global application modernization services market size is expected to be $17.7 billion by 2023, increasing at 18% CAGR during the forecast period.  The reasons for modernizing applications range from upgrading depreciated technologies to saving money to increasing business agility […]read more »

Innovative Thinking Is Fueling New Transportation Models

One of the big inefficiencies with vehicles, particularly in urban areas, is that they largely sit idle in parking lots. Most busy cities globally cannot afford to waste the space cars occupy and have been actively exploring how to best deploy alternative solutions, including Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) networks. The interest in MaaS is indicative of the […]read more »

Navigating Digital Disruption: Insights from Ness’ CEO, Paul Lombardo

In the middle of a burgeoning career that saw him earn prominent spots at global consultancy firms, Paul Lombardo did something unique. “I joined the Peace Corps mid-career, believe it or not, in the former Soviet Union, really helping businesses through their economic transition,” says Paul Lombardo, CEO, Ness Digital Engineering. Undoubtedly, it was through […]read more »

From growing up on a farm to Chief Innovation Officer at Linium— Rachel Slater’s Journey to the Digital Era

Authority Magazine recently interviewed Rachel Slater, Chief Innovation Officer at Linium, a Ness Digital Engineering Company. The resulting article describes Rachel’s career journey with Linium, the story behind what brought her to the specific career path, and her valuable advice to other female leaders. Rachel explains, “Be a leader and understand what that means. To […]read more »

Innovation Insights of 2019: Making It Easy to Get the Services You Need

Today’s digital world is transforming the way we live and setting high expectations in the workplace when it comes to service experiences. So, how do you keep up with changes and prepare for future success? Linium’s Chief Innovation Officer, Rachel Slater reveals in her recent blog that to remain competitive you need to improve the […]read more »

Top Education Technology Trends for 2019

As we begin 2019, there are several technology trends that impact the Education sector. There are two areas that stand out, that will change the face of Education for years to come. Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of several devices which are interconnected, exchanging and compiling different kinds of data over a network. […]read more »

Evolving the Omnichannel Customer Experience with IoT

There are multiple ways for businesses to reach their customers, who expects personalized, omnichannel experiences when interacting with their brands — and above all, they demand quick response times. Research shows that by 2020, customer experience will overtake price and product as the key brand differentiator. To win customers, companies need to carefully consider the […]read more »