Technologies

Mobile Test Automation using Appium

In today’s highly competitive market, it’s common to see many Android and iOS apps releasing to app store every week. To beat the competition, the time-to-market needs to be expedited. It creates immense pressure on both development and QA team to work together to condense the defect fixing cycle and quickly complete testing of the product in a trusted way. Automated testing helps to accomplish this.

Sampad RoutSampad Rout | 24th August 2016
Model,Automation using appium,Technologies, Mobile, Automation

Tapping into the Voice of Customer (VOC)

The purpose of business is to create a customer- Peter DruckerIn today’s highly competitive business landscape, the focus on understanding customer’s pain points and using that to change the product or service is becoming more and more important. Voice of the Customer (VoC) is a term that describes a customer’s feedback about experiences with and expectations for products or services. The purpose of a VoC is twofold:

Gomes SubramaniamGomes Subramaniam | 2nd December 2015
Model,Voice of customer,Technologies, Services, Voice, Customer

Big Data Improving Clinical Outcomes

From banking to retail, many sectors have already embraced big data, regardless of whether the information comes from private or public sources. Traditionally, the healthcare sector has lagged behind other industries in the use of big data. Part of the problem stems from resistance to change as providers are accustomed to making their own decisions, rather than relying on protocols based on big data. However, with regulatory and marketplace changes, players in the healthcare space are now looking at analytics and big data from a different perspective altogether.

Anand MenonAnand Menon | 16th August 2015
Big data,Analytics, Technologies, Services, Clinical

Intel adopting Big Data

Experts from Intel and its partners were found at The Big Data & Cloud Summit 2013, discussing technologies on big data and how businesses and govt organizations can leverage the insights that predictive technologies can bring to the table. “The world generates one petabyte of data every 11 seconds or the equivalent of 13 years of consecutive high definition video”, says Intel. Every individual and organization in the world should be able to unlock the intelligence available in big data, proposes Intel. The company aims to address the cost, complexity and confidentiality concerns associated with managing, storing and securing the massive amounts of data.

Ashutosh BijoorAshutosh Bijoor | 8th January 2014
Big data,Technologies, Cloud, Intel