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David Tanacea

About David Tanacea

David Tanacea is the Chief Domains Officer of Ness Digital Engineering.

Where are my machines and what are they doing? Realizing the benefits of IoT

Industry 4.0 and Smart Factory concepts are becoming pervasive in large manufacturing companies.  Manufacturing giants have sophisticated IoT strategies and are moving steadily down the path of realizing value for their efforts. The top 100 manufacturing companies in the US have over $36B of revenue and are compelled to explore Industrial IoT capabilities to stay […]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 »

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 »

The Exponential Value of IoT Solutions

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a vast field. It encompasses a wide range of goods, from televisions, watches, biomedical devices, and cars to industrial devices, such as oil pumps, gas turbines, and airplane engines. The industries affected range from Telecommunications to Manufacturing, Retail to Healthcare, and everything in between. The myriad solutions within such […]read more »