A global report that highlights the need of technology service providers to help businesses, government and consumers understand the implications surrounding the splurging need of the cloud in their day-to-day operations.
In a fast changing business landscape, information is emerging as the new currency. Businesses today are dealing with huge amount of data every single day; industry estimates predicted that the 2014 annual internet traffic exceeded 667 exabytes.
Indian market is still in early stages of adoption of analytics. However, with surplus talent, established infrastructure, and a mature ecosystem, India is on its way to become a global hub for analytics.
Customer experiences are being created by harnessing the power of technology and adopting customer oriented practices and it is important, when the whole ecosystem is trying to remain ahead of their competition.
MoboMoney is a prepaid wallet issued in the form of an NFC (Near-Field Communication) Contactless Tag, which can be used to pay on a network of NFC enabled Merchant POS or through an NFC enabled mobile phone.
With numerous options being available to a consumer the concept of brand loyalty is becoming redundant. Access to information should be easy and the unavailability of the same should not be a reason for the particular work to stop.
Whether it's using a tablet in a brick-and-mortar store or enabling sales through a mobile website, businesses across a wide range of industries are seeking solutions to help them adapt to a mobile-obsessed world.
Former Myntra COO, Ganesh Subramanian has now planned to come up with his own venture called 'Stylumia Intelligence Technology'. This is a data-driven technology to analyse various fashion trends in the retail and eRetail space.
Mobile application only fashion retailer Myntra has tentative plans to roll out offline experience zones in the next 12-18 months, its chief executive Ananth Narayanan said. "We don't have any immediate plans, but I think next year we will do it. This is
India's top online fashion retailer Myntra has signed an exclusive deal with Forever 21 to sell the American fashion retailer's products on its app-only platform. The collection will be launched on Thursday.
Flipkart cofounder and CEO Sachin Bansal on Monday said the company was a firm believer in a mobile-only strategy. Bansal said the e-commerce company would not be able to become an integral part of India's mobile revolution if employees at the firm still