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About Ness

Ness Digital Engineering is a global, leading ​custom software development company. Ness understands that for companies to grow, to differentiate, to stay relevant, it’s critical to find new ways to engage, retain and build loyalty with customers -- continually delivering better services, experiences and content.

Championing Digital Storytelling – It’s Not About You, You, You. Make your brand relevant to the lives of your audience

Mark Lister, Chief Digital Officer, Ness Digital Engineering, has authored an article for Fourth Source about the importance of attracting and retaining customers by making brands relevant to their lives. He poses a question to the readers asking, “So, how do companies keep consumers’ attention – what delightful approaches work best?” Digital storytelling is emerging as […]read more »
TV Connect Event

Ness will be present at TV Connect 2016

Ness Digital Enfinnering will attend the TV Connect event in London, April 26-28. This event brings together stakeholders from the connected entertainment industry and features sessions that focus on the latest trends affecting the market. Global players from sectors including OTT TV, Pay TV, Broadcast, Cable, Broadband and Telco, will be attending. The event provides great networking opportunities […]read more »
Facebook F8 Developer Conference

Ness to attend Facebook Developer Conference

Ness Digital Enfinnering will be attending the F8 (Facebook Developer Conference) event April 12-13 in San Francisco. The annual event brings the Facebook developer community together to discuss and learn about new open source technologies, integrations and understanding the latest trends. With more than 40 sessions that include product announcements, the attendees will also have […]read more »

How To Attract, And Keep, Young High-Net-Worth Clients

James Williams, Director, Experience Engineering at Ness Digital Engineering has written an article for InvestmentNews that outlines how advisors can leverage digital channels to attract and retain young high-net worth clients. He writes that advisers need to provide a seamless experience across all devices and platforms, noting that, “Wealth managers who don’t deliver a seamless, high-value, […]read more »

Is The Indian IT Industry At The Cusp Of Re-Invention?

Ness India President weighs in on the subject. ChannelWorld, a news outlet specializing in business news, has published an article titled 2016: The year India’s IT/ITeS industry will re-invent itself, which explores the current state of the Indian IT industry. The outlet has solicited the views and opinions of Satyajit Bandyopadhyay, Chief Delivery Officer Ness […]read more »

iPipeline’s Connections 2016

Ness Digital Engineering attended and exhibited at the iPipeline’s Connections Conference from March 9th to 11th. The conference is a specialized event for the financial services and insurance industries and was hosted by iPipeline at the Aria Resort in Las Vegas, NV. It was attended by stakeholders and thought leaders of the industry. read more »read more »

Travel Technology Europe

Ness will attend the event in London in February 24-25. A group of experts from Ness Digital Engineering will be attending Travel Technology Europe, one of the top platforms where industry leaders come to discuss and promote the latest technologies and solutions from the travel industry. The conference has been held for 12 years now and […]read more »

The Future Of Hadoop

Will Hadoop lose significance to Spark and Cassandra? Moshe Kranc, the Chief Technology Officer of Ness Digital Engineering, wrote an article for CIO Review titled “The Future of Hadoop.” In the article he argues that Hadoop, like other products who are first movers, will lose its momentum to fast followers who have the opportunity to […]read more »

How Will Big Data Evolve In 2016?

Moshe Kranc, CTO Ness Digital Engineering, weighs in on the subject The Chief Technology Officer of Ness Digital Engineering, Moshe Kranc, has made four predictions on Big Data forItProPortal. Kranc writes that instead of making highly speculative projections, he wants to highlight some truths about Big Data that are already true but not prominent yet. […]read more »