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Ness Digital Engineering CEO On Navigating Digital Disruption

In an interview with Chief Executive, Paul Lombardo, CEO of Ness Digital Engineering, talks about the challenges companies face with digital disruption and how Ness has been helping companies address those challenges. He also shares his experience around the levers companies can use to successfully navigate digital disruption and transformation. Click to view full article: […]read more »

“Leadership means to empower people who are more talented than you and who inspire you” With Rachel Slater, Chief Innovation Officer at Linium

Author and business coach, Akemi Sue Fisher, The Amazon Queen had the pleasure of interviewing Rachel Slater, Chief Innovation Officer at Linium, a Ness Digital Engineering Company. The conversation about Rachel’s successful career journey with Linium, the story about what brought her to this specific career path and her valuable advice to the other female […]read more »

Enablers And Inhibitors To IoT

There’s no doubt that the IoT arena is evolving and shaping the future of many industries. As with any other technology, there are enablers and inhibitors to IoT. In an article for Express Computer, Ketan Karia, Head of Europe Delivery & the Global IoT Practice at Ness Digital Engineering delineates the key enablers and potential […]read more »

The IoT Brings New Meaning to the Omnichannel Customer Experience

Research shows that by 2020, customer experience will overtake price and product as the key brand differentiator. To win customers, companies need to carefully consider the customer journey and align their messaging, goals, objectives and design across channels and devices to deliver seamlessness and consistency. Our Head of Europe Delivery & the Global IoT Practice at […]read more »

Developing Digital Strategies and Innovation Frameworks

In an interaction with Fast CMO, Amber Blaha, CMO of Ness Digital Engineering, shares interesting insight into how Ness helps clients stay innovative in today’s competitive, digital market. She also talks about what excites her most about marketing at Ness and lessons learned from her own career journey in marketing. Click to view full article […]read more »

Macro and Micro Technology Trends for 2019

2018 has been a momentous one for technology, with progress (and setbacks) being made across many areas. The past year has set the stage for many technology trends that will dominate in 2019. Moshe Kranc, Chief Technology Officer at Ness Digital Engineering, worked with his team to weigh in on next year’s technology predictions. The […]read more »

6 Tech Trends for the Enterprise in 2019

Moshe Kranc, Chief Technology Officer at Ness Digital Engineering, worked with his team to identify macro trends and specific technologies that will be game-changers in 2019. Their predictions were featured in this InformationWeek article. Ness outlines the Top 6 Tech Trends for the Enterprise in 2019 and the specific impact these trends will have on […]read more »

Steps You Should Be Automating in the SDLC – Part 2

Anand Subramanian, Senior Vice President at Ness Digital Engineering, has been featured in DEVOPSdigest magazine. Anand is quoted in an article titled, “Steps You Should Be Automating in the SDLC – Part 2,” in which he shares a key automation step that sometimes gets overlooked. read more »read more »

Reality Check: Looking At Use Cases For AI, IoT And Blockchain

In an article for Express Computer, Moshe Kranc, Chief Technology Officer, Ness Digital Engineering delineates the hype surrounding the hottest new technologies: Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain and its long-term impact of these technologies. According to him, one useful way to sift through the hype is to focus on use cases: […]read more »

Instant Data Science

Businesses today are increasingly using data science capabilities to build its next set of products, which will be highly personalized. As a result, the demand for the fast-growing new roles of data scientist, data developers, and data engineers has shot up. In a new article for Datanami, Moshe Kranc, Chief technology Officer, Ness Digital Engineering, […]read more »