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alternative data
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May 20, 2020

Alternative data in capital markets

Avinash Dave Global Practice Manager, Capital Markets Services, Financial Services

If we recall, few years back the low latency solutions were offering an edge in investment decision making. Now it’s considered as minimum requirement. The need for alternative data is seen to be increasing and the firms those delay in adapting...
Covid -19
284

May 05, 2020

Is COVID-19 the watershed moment for Artificial Intelligence?

Ved Parkash Pati Business Manager, Digital & Analytics

Technology has seen several advances over the last decade, with developments in AI particularly showing promise of a more sustainable world. As we deal with the wide-ranging ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic, we must look toward technology,...
Big Data
282
The 3PL (third-party logistics) and the transportation industry is witnessing the rise of dynamic digital trends, leading to significant transformations within the space. To meet rising customer demands and respond to operational fluctuations,...
Pandemic Analytics
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Mar 31, 2020

Pandemic Analytics: How Data is Helping Us Combat COVID-19

David Sogn Associate Vice President – Digital & Analytics

With almost 750,000 people affected, including more than 35,000 deaths, the novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is wreaking havoc across the globe on an unprecedented scale. The novel Coronavirus is having a far-reaching impact as people across the...
AI in Publishing and Information
143
Publishing and information services organizations can deliver customer value by curating contextualized content and mining for actionable insights from both structured and unstructured big data. Largely unstructured, big data is spread across emails...
Transforming Customer Experience
218
Great customer experience, speed, and accuracy are the current needs of today’s next-gen enterprises. The generic “one-size-fits-all” approach no longer works as a response for the modern customer. In the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (...
Apache Kafka
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Apache Kafka is a highly scalable, wicked fast and fault-tolerant messaging system used for real time streaming applications and real time data processing. Apache Kafka is an open source publish-subscribe based messaging system responsible for...
Next gen Data
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Sep 13, 2019

Next-Gen Data Operations: Making Enterprises Become Insight Driven

Venkata Krishna C Global Solutions Lead - Data and Analytics

Organizations need data that is available, accessible, consumable, and actionable. However, with increasing business complexity, achieving this outcome is easier said than done. Organizations need customized solutions that resolve complexity and...
Automation
366

Jul 29, 2019

Implementing Process Automation at the Right Time

Bhavdeep Singh Sethi AVP & Head Intelligent Automation Practice

The constant evolution of smart technologies and changing customer expectations has irrevocably transformed the business landscape. Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and analytics have fundamentally changed business processes and...
The Power of Data Analysis
284

Sep 28, 2020

The Power of Data Analysis

Shanawaj Kamate Senior Solutions Architect, Digital & Analytics

In our data-rich age, the primary drivers of success are understanding how to analyze and extract true meaning from the digital insights available to our business. Despite the huge volume of data, we create every day a mere 0.5% of data is analyzed...
Leveraging Big data and AI in Life sciences
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Jul 17, 2020

Leveraging Big data and AI in Life sciences

Shyam S Senior Associate, Digital & Analytics

Cost-effective mass production coupled with cutting edge manufacturing and quality control can make the output of the entire life science industry reach out to an ever-increasing consumer base. This complements the decision-making process of...
AI
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The idea that machine intelligence can automate marketing functions isn’t new. What has changed is the manner in which AI and other “intelligent” robots are being deployed by marketers. Machine intelligence is complementing business intelligence in...
alternative data
301

May 20, 2020

Alternative data in capital markets

Avinash Dave Global Practice Manager, Capital Markets Services, Financial Services

If we recall, few years back the low latency solutions were offering an edge in investment decision making. Now it’s considered as minimum requirement. The need for alternative data is seen to be increasing and the firms those delay in adapting...
Data Mining
746

Apr 08, 2019

Role of IoT and Data Mining in the Tech Industry

Saravana Nallakamu SAP Digital CX Practice Lead

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network connecting the world of tangibles to that of the intangibles, that is, a network of physical objects connected to the software cloud. With the increasing popularity of IoT, new solutions are designed using...
Data-driven Customer
172

May 26, 2020

Data-driven Customer Centricity in the Digital World

Saurabh Agarwal General Manager, Digital & Analytics

Human interactions form the very basis of relationships. Whether it is in the real world or the digital one, such interactions are crucial in more ways than one. Foresighted enterprises have understood the need of human interactions and have...
Cloud
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Fog Computing is a horizontal capability that complements both cloud and edge computing. The theme is generally directed at tapping into services accessible from devices, such as payments, increasing personalized offers and retaining customers who...
Data science & AI for healthcare
141

Jul 09, 2020

Data science & AI for healthcare

Sheetal Sharma Group Manager, Digital & Analytics

The potential that data science and artificial intelligence (AI) hold to revolutionize the delivery of healthcare is undeniable. The healthcare sector is well positioned to take advantage of what these technologies have to offer since they store and...

Segmented and Personalized Medicine using Data-led Insights
Nidhi Bajpai - GROUP MANAGER | July 14, 2020
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Personalized medicine provides patent-centric care. To make personalized treatment an immediate reality, patient population and segments need to be identified better through genomics, proteomics, and epigenetics. The progress can happen in phases and would require collaboration between multiple industries leading to a new therapeutic revolution in terms of achieving personalized results. The blog highlights how digital technologies can play a big role both for biologics and small molecules. In fact targeted therapy with targeted diagnostic tests for targeted gene set can bring in a paradigm shift from conventional medicine to contemporary personalized medication which is harmless and affordable.


Data science & AI for healthcare
Sheetal Sharma - Group Manager, Digital & Analytics | July 9, 2020
141 Views

The potential that data science and artificial intelligence (AI) hold to revolutionize the delivery of healthcare is undeniable. The healthcare sector is well positioned to take advantage of what these technologies have to offer since they store and manage tons of lifetime patient data. From diagnostics, interpretation of lab tests and scheduling appointments to personalizing care, finding cures to conditions, and creating new and innovative solutions to long-standing problems like COVID-19, AI and data science offer endless possibilities.

However, compared to other sectors, healthcare lags behind in technology adoption. We have seen how data-led technologies have helped transform the way other sectors deliver services to consumers, and there’s a need to learn from these examples and apply the lessons to the unique context of healthcare.

The age of COVID-19 demands the introduction of new cures and new healthcare procedures to protect us better as we move ahead. Know how AI and data science hold the key in this blog post here.


Leveraging Blockchain in Product Recall
Vikram Sharma - Senior Technical Architect, Digital & Analytics | July 8, 2020
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Despite many precautions in the form of checks and controls to ensure quality of service, enterprises can remain vulnerable to the production and release of faulty products. Despite their best efforts at making suppliers follow strict rules and standardized procedures, it becomes difficult to identify the faulty part(s) in question, the relevant batch(es), the concerned supplier, and the solution that needs to be provided to the customer. With time-based correlation via blockchain technology, retail operations can prevent potential product recalls with ease. Read this blog post to know more.