Digital Transformation & Software Engineering Services


In Digital Age, Corporate Learning Must Be Continuous

In a new article for People Matters, Narayanan Nair, chief people officer at Ness Digital Engineering, discusses the transformational changes impacting corporate learning, and how L&D teams as well as employees can navigate the changes to thrive in a continuous learning environment. “The digital disruption has created the need for constant and seamless knowledge sharing. […]read more »

Transforming the Business Travel Experience through AI and Machine Learning

In a new article Q&A for Virtual-Strategy, Mark Lister, chief digital officer at Ness Digital Engineering, discusses how business travel is being impacted by such technological innovations as AI, machine learning, personalization and chatbots. “Because business travel is much more frequent and predictable than leisure travel, there’s a lot more structured data and potential for finding […]read more »

The Future of Shopping

In a new article for Retail Merchandiser, Moshe Kranc, CTO at Ness Digital Engineering, discusses what Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods means for both the future of retail and digital transformation of the grocery sector. “It’s easy to understand Amazon’s interest in the grocery shopping segment as the next area for growth after having conquered […]read more »

Designing Insightful Dashboards for Decision Making

In a new article for TechZone360 (TMCNet), Anton Baturan, director of user experience (UX) design at Ness Digital Engineering, discusses three key areas organizations should examine when developing dashboards: purpose, defining its value, and examining the role design plays in this process. “Businesses sometimes don’t understand that defining the purpose of the dashboard in concrete terms […]read more »

Building a Learning Culture is Crucial to Thrive in The Digital Economy

In a new article for Deccan Herald, Narayanan Nair, chief people officer at Ness Digital Engineering, shares some valuable insights on the importance of continuous employee learning in building an innovation centric organization culture. “Learning needs to be experiential and involve mediums that engage individuals in the learning process. Being part of an organization that […]read more »

AI Won’t Go Anywhere Unless It Has Empathy

In a new article for VentureBeat, Pumulo Sikaneta, vice president of business process management (BPM) at Ness Digital Engineering, addresses ethical challenges surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) and the importance of implementing human elements such as empathy into the technology to better fit with societal norms. “AI’s ethical challenges are comparable to those faced by humans. That’s […]read more »

The Real Changes Required to Make Your Organization Truly Agile

In an article for ETCIO, Jithesh Radhakrishnan, senior program director of Ness Digital Engineering, discusses the key essentials to driving an agile cultural transformation in an organization. “I have realized that successful Agile transformation is highly-dependent on an organization’s ability to understand Agile’s real meaning. Agile methodologies aren’t just a set of superficial changes made […]read more »

How Data Drives Success in the Customer Engagement Journey

In an article for ETRetail, Ness discusses the significance of data in driving customer engagement for retailers, and key considerations in using data to develop the right customer experience. “The gathering and proper analysis of customer data can provide the insights to unlock vital features which drive personalized experiences for each customer. This initial data can be used to […]read more »

Impending AI: Should Emerging Economies Fear Artificial Intelligence

In an article for Software Magazine, Raghunath Akula, Ness Digital Engineering project manager, discusses developments surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) and how AI is currently impacting emerging economies from an industry perspective. The article also delves deeper and explores some specific examples,  “Adidas is revolutionizing manufacturing with its robots, which are now piloting highly automated footwear factories—“Speed […]read more »

Is Data Vault Modeling A Good Choice For Your Organization?

In an article for insideBIGDATA, Moshe Kranc, chief technology officer of Ness Digital Engineering, discusses the major benefits and limitations that can help organizations decide if a Data Vault would meet their specific data architecture needs given that data vault modeling requires considerable experience if used. “Data Vault architecture is an innovative, hybrid approach that combines […]read more »