It might be a boring read if I start narrating my entire thought process, big moves taken during the last 2.5 months with my decision on moving outside IBM, that too to a new State altogether (To Chennai, Tamilnadu from Bangalore, Karnataka), losing all comfort I am used to and in order to venture out and conquer new horizons.
Here I am Living in The Chennai City, The Detroit of India for the last 1 month! Can’t believe it has happened already. I have just set my foot on to this City which I hated once for unknown reasons. Blame the perceptions, pre-conceived notions and the malign conspirators 😛
“First month in Chennai has been awesome.” – One would presume I am overexcited! Continue reading Bye-Bye Bangalore, Vanakkam Chennai!
Growth of businesses in future will depend on how early they adopt Digital Transformation today. How soon businesses become digital enterprises by empowering Line of Business Executives with easy-to-use, platforms without total reliance on IT resources and subsequent delays will determine their ability to crowd-source collective intelligence, innovate and adapt newer business models, reach to market faster.
With direct say and influence in deciding IT budgets for innovating within business functions, today LOBs have the key to secure competitive advantage for their organizations. LOBs can now look at cloud-based plug & play internal and customer facing business platforms that easily integrate with core enterprise automation systems to support business growth.
Be it On-Prem or Cloud or Managed services, LOBs have a variety of delivery models in swiftly automating business processes, integrating business functions and capture value for organizations.
To read more, please click the link below as I published in IBM Middleware Blog
Corporate communications and marketing have drastically evolved over time. The days of mail delivery by animals and person-to-person interaction gave way to billboards, telephones, and then email—which is now being overtaken by contextual, personalized web-based promotions. The next development push points to mobile-based marketing.
This evolution is primarily due to the rapid adoption of internet technologies. “Nearly half of the global population (7.2 billion currently) will be using the internet by the end of this year …and there will also be more than 7 billion Mobile Device Subscriptions” says a new report from The International Telecommunication Union. The usage of mobile devices by Millennials and Generation Y has triggered a digital disruption and business transformation across all industries. Additionally, devices are increasingly getting connected and consumers are demanding better digital customer experiences.
Read more about this blog post as I published in IBM Middleware Blog.