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Ness Point of View

Ness’s experts share their insightful perspective on relevant topics that we see affecting our customers and offer helpful next steps to guide others to successful outcomes.

Featured Point of View: The Challenges Facing Today’s CIO


This thought-provoking POV is focused on five important technology questions that Board of Directors are asking their CIOs.

The piece is inspired by an article from McKinsey, a prominent consultant firm, and offers additional insights including the responsibilities that both the board and the CIO need to answer positively to survive and thrive in a time when a company’s digital capabilities are critical. Read the “Challenges Facing Today’s CIO” POV.


Have you ever questioned why your company keeps having to re-platform or transform the technology that powers your business every few years? Wouldn’t you like to avoid the associated business change disruption and business risk?

There is a better way to create digital software platforms which endure. Digital technology can now be conceived and implemented differently from before. And a key aspect of that change is how you go about determining the right thing to be built. Read “The Problem with Software” Point of View.

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The sheer number of contending big data technologies, products and companies creates a cacophony of competing claims that elicits a predictable response from buyers: caution. Read “The Big Data Landscape” Point of View.


Bots need to be considered a part of your digital strategy – they have the ability to reach more potential buyers than apps because they have a delivery infrastructure within Messenger but do not have the added barrier of the download. Read “Bots are the New App” Point of View.


From product vendors keen to showcase how their technology or reference architecture can improve outcomes, to avant-garde hospitals using advanced technologies, there is definitely a move towards a more Digital Hospital – the world Star Trek imagined where a Tricorder (hand-held scanning device) could diagnose all ills in seconds. Read “The Digital Hospital” Point of View.