Emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data Analytics & Augmented and Virtual Reality have paved the way for digital transformation in the retail industry for years to come. This article takes you through the top technologies and trends that are transforming the retail industry and helping businesses to stay afloat in the new normal of a pandemic-struck world.Read more
Can anything replace a clinicians trained judgement of a patient’s condition? Probably not. But emerging technology in healthcare is making it increasingly possible to deliver the right care at the right time – to a degree of accuracy impossible for human fallibility. In this blog we look at how the healthcare domain can boldly rethink Chronic Disease Management using digital technology, when controlling medical, behavioral, and socioeconomic factors becomes difficult for traditional models of healthcare delivery.Read more
The Health IT industry encompasses a wide range of powerful healthcare technological tools, from EHRs and patient engagement tools to medical imaging information tools and diagnostics software. In this blog, we take a look at some of the new trends in this seminal field.Read more
Cloud computing is quickly becoming the backbone of business resilience worldwide. In this blog, we take a quick look at the different cloud service models that enterprises can consider, along with a few use cases for cloud computing across industries.Read more
The question raised by most people regarding robots in banking is the unsurprising “How can you trust robots with your money?” and while we can agree to disagree that “they aren’t human” is a good answer, it advances some questions about the “new-normal” that we may soon need to acquaint ourselves with.
While RPA is growing in popularity among financial companies around the globe, we recap some of the top bargains it offers, both to banks as well as their clients.
Traditionally, the business of wealth management has been based on personal relationships and trust, as client engagement involves several individuals and manual processes. This business model has poor scalability and efficiency and the need of the hour is a next-generation operating model that is supported by Data, Analytics, and Technology.
We are currently at a juncture when the industry’s business models are getting disrupted, with digitization accelerating the change. In this article, we take a look at a few of the several drivers bringing changes to the world of wealth management.Read more