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Is a Faster Web on the Horizon With WebAssembly?

In a new article for CMSWire, Daniel Masarik, development lead at Ness Digital Engineering, discusses the advantages of using the new, portable binary format WebAssembly. Resembling an assembly language for the web, this tool is being designed as an open standard by a W3C community group that includes representatives from tech giants Mozilla, Microsoft, Google […]read more »

8 Tips For Conducting Customer Experience Audits

Speaking to CMS Wire, Tim Burke, executive vice president and GM at Ness Digital Engineering, shares tips on how to conduct an effective customer experience audit. The first step is to look at the customer churn and then approach the problem from both, the technology and business perspectives. It is important to recognize that the […]read more »

How To Crack A Data Science In-Person Panel Interview?

In conversation with Analytics India Magazine, Moshe Kranc, CTO at Ness Digital Engineering, gives advice on how to succeed in an interview for a data science position. With the rapid rate at which technology is advancing, even new graduates who have studied Big Data may not possess knowledge of everything included in job descriptions. Having […]read more »

Video: Extreme Personalization – The Digital Transformation of the Enterprise

Watch this SBI TV interview with Ness Chief Digital Officer to hear a new world view around the emerging digital experience trends. Digital Transformation is not new and the trend to enhance a company’s digital experience has been evolving across industries for many years and is, inherently, an iterative process. The progress that your company […]read more »

Data Ingestion Best Practices

In a new article for CMSWire, Moshe Kranc, chief technology officer for Ness Digital Engineering, discusses data ingestion best practices to consider – i.e. preparing data for analysis – from a transform (cleansing and normalizing data) perspective. These include expecting difficulties and planning accordingly, automating data ingestion, using artificial intelligence (AI), making data ingestion self-service, […]read more »

Artificial Intelligence Is Not Just Hype – It’s Real

In an interaction with Analytics India, Moshe Kranc, Ness’s Chief Technology Officer, shares valuable insights on the benefits and challenges in deploying an RPA solution, the importance of DevOps in driving digital disruption, and why organizations need to champion the open data movement. “RPA took off in 2017 because it promises short term ROI for […]read more »

Important Challenges & Considerations for HR Organizations in a Digital Economy

In an interaction with India in Making, Dr. Christina Augustine, HR Head, Ness Digital Engineering, outlines and elaborates on the key aspects of her growth journey as an HR leader, the challenges facing the HR industry, and how a constant learning culture is crucial to building a next-generation digital workforce. She also touches upon the HR […]read more »

IT Versus the Organization

In a new article for InformationWeek, Paul Lombardo, CEO, Ness Digital Engineering, shares his viewpoints on the importance of IT and business alignment and how IT leaders can align their goals with the larger business objectives.  “More now than ever, technology is central to a company’s ability to compete, so alignment of IT and strategic […]read more »

Successful Issuers Match Retailers In Personalizing Service

In a new article for PaymentsSource, Sanjay Bhakta, senior director of solutions for Ness Digital Engineering, discusses the tools banks and issuers should utilize to ultimately improve personalization for customers, citing the banking institutions USAA and BBVA as examples. These include leveraging customer segmentation data to better profile customers using data management best practices, outlining […]read more »

Software is Eating Manufacturing, Faster and Faster

In an article for Software Magazine, Jean-Paul de Vooght, director of client solutions for Ness Digital Engineering, discusses how a focus on outcomes ultimately gives rise to exciting confrontations of emotional and machine intelligence, specifically for manufacturing. Outcomes solve the duality of end users being able to leverage platform capabilities from the vantage point of […]read more »