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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 »

Improving Operational Excellence Using Digital- featuring Forrester Research

Why is it important to modernize internal processes in addition to customer-focused operations? Here’s a Ness video featuring Amanda LeClair, Forrester Analyst at Forrester Research, who discusses the ways to improve operational excellence and seamlessly support the delivery of an improved customer experience. Today, many companies focus only on the upfront customer touchpoints; but it’s […]read more »

The Importance of Integrating Digital Design & Build

Why it is so important that the design and build phases of a digital solution should go hand in hand? Here’s a Ness video featuring Amanda LeClair, Forrester Analyst at Forrester Research, who discusses the importance of integrating digital design and build phases of a digital solution. “It’s crucial that the design and build functions […]read more »

What’s Next in Engineering Automation? Top Trends to Watch

As we near the conclusion of 2018, we are also looking ahead at what is advancing in the engineering automation space. It’s clear that pressure continues to increase on businesses to deliver more, quality digital products within shorter cycles. They must also deliver awesome customer experiences, manage rising complexity, and anticipate continuous market changes. Fortunately, […]read more »

The State of Digital Transformation in the Enterprise

Where are firms in their digital transformation journey? Here’s a Ness video featuring Amanda LeClair, Forrester Analyst at Forrester Research, who discusses the state of companies in their digital transformation journeys. The term ‘digital transformation’ tends to be a bit of a misnomer for most of the companies today and the word ‘transformation’ suggests that […]read more »

Top 3 Signs Your Business is Not Really Agile- featuring Forrester Research

Top 3 Signs Your Business is Not Really Agile- featuring Forrester Research What are the signs that you’re not really agile, even if your organization thinks it is? Here’s a Ness video featuring Amanda LeClair, Forrester Analyst at Forrester Research, who discusses the top 3 signs to look for to determine if your business is […]read more »