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Turning the ‘Art of the Possible’ into Reality- featuring Forrester Research

How do you turn the term ‘Art of the Possible’ into a reality? This Ness video featuring Amanda LeClair, Forrester Analyst at Forrester Research discusses ways to turn the term ‘Art of the Possible’ into an actionable plan and also delineates the areas where it works well. Generally, the term ‘Art of the Possible’ is […]read more »

Key Enablers and Potential Inhibitors to IoT

There’s no doubt that the IoT space is changing quickly and shaping the future of many industries. As with any other type of technology, there are factors that can empower or hinder the ability for acceptance and growth. So, what are the key enablers and inhibitors for IoT? Ketan Karia, Global IoT Practice Head and […]read more »

Top 3 Benefits of Using an Ecosystem Partner- featuring Forrester Research

What are the advantages of using a partner like Ness Digital Engineering for digital innovation? Here’s a Ness video featuring Amanda LeClair, Forrester Analyst at Forrester Research, who describes the advantages of using an ecosystem partner. Today, we really see the partner ecosystem as one of the core pillars of digital business initiatives because they […]read more »

IoT – The Secret to Great Customer Experiences

Recent research from consulting firm, Walker, shows that by 2020 customer experience will overtake price and product as the key brand differentiator. So, what’s the secret to winning customers and growing your business? Our head of IoT, Ketan Karia, has authored a column in CMSWire  titled, “The IoT Brings New Meaning to the Omnichannel Customer […]read more »

Applying Agile Practices to the Business – featuring Forrester Research

What does it mean to be agile at the business level? Here’s a Ness video featuring Amanda LeClair, Research Analyst at Forrester, who explains the importance of taking an “agile approach.” According to Amanda, the best piece of advice on how to take an agile approach is to apply the core values and principles of […]read more »

Extended Delivery Center Dos and Don’ts

Extended Delivery Centers (EDCs) have become prevalent as an effective way to drive velocity within delivery organizations. They have several benefits: Ability to create talent-specific cross-functional teams Ability to flex capacity Access to global talent Ability to execute multiple projects simultaneously While the use of EDCs has become prevalent, success has not been universal. We […]read more »

Using Continuous Innovation to Drive Revenue Generation with IoT

Continuous Innovation is an important component in the identification and validation of new business models. In my last article, The Exponential Value of IoT Solutions, I wrote about the strategic opportunities available by using insights gleaned from IoT data. The key to maximizing the value of those opportunities is to combine Continuous Innovation principles with […]read more »

Reimagining HR in a V.U.C.A World- Are you ready?

To thrive in today’s dynamic corporate world, each of us must overcome challenges of anticipating unpredictability and handling the speed of change. VUCA, a U.S. military acronym that stands for Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous, is also relevant in the current business context as it perfectly describes the changes taking place in the global business […]read more »

Value of Experience Design for Customer and Employee facing Applications- featuring Forrester Research

Why is experience design important for employee facing applications as well as customer facing applications? Here’s a Ness video featuring Amanda LeClair, Forrester Analyst at Forrester Research, who briefs about why both customer and employee-facing application are essential. The topic of employee experience has really started to pop like the topic of customer experience did […]read more »

Nessian on Job Series- Sangeeta Bora- My First 100 Days at Ness

The first 100 days are a crucial time to learn about a new workplace culture, mythologies, and lay a meaningful foundation for the future. Ness Digital Engineering is a unique corporate world that tops my list of places that I have worked. Often, it is very easy to feel overwhelmed with new work responsibilities, but […]read more »