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E-commerce is the future of today and tomorrow’s business

E commerce is the platform available to the market players to enhance their business not only in their vicinity but rather at global front. E commerce or electronic commerce will make you accessible in few minutes across the world. An estimated graph predicts its bright future and growth reaching its customers at their doorstep with a single press of button. Huge business is estimated in coming times People today are more Internet friendly, they want to get everything under there control. The stress related environment across the world due to the cut throat competition leads to the emergence of e commerce. It is interdisciplinary platform where there is fusion of selling products directly and providing employment online. It is also into the mediation for its esteemed customers. In other wo...

GraphQL Basics – Part 1

This is the first blog of the GraphQL series that explains the basics of how GraphQL works. What is GraphQL? GraphQL is a query language for your API, and a server-side runtime for executing queries by using a type system you define for your data. Advantages of using GraphQL over REST APIs One of the most common problems with REST is that of over and under fetching of data. These happen because the only way for a client to download data is by hitting endpoints that return fixed data structures. It’s very difficult to design the API in a way that it’s able to provide clients with their exact data needs. GraphQL reduces network requests by allowing us to fetch or retrieve all the data we need in a single query. With GraphQL, there is no need for versioning as we can easily add new fields and...

Why Tracking Employee Recognition Pattern Makes Sense?

Tools and software that monitor employees might sound new and impending, but the practice itself is quite old. From the first time-sheet, to punching machine, to MS spreadsheets, tracking the movement and presence of employees has always been the center of every organisational structure. The only difference now is that we can do much more than tracking the time employees are spending at work. We can now monitor their productivity, applications they use, when they work best, internet usage and much more. But when it comes to tracking employee recognition pattern things are still a little uncertain. All HR heads and team leads agree to the fact that a good employee recognition system goes a long way in motivating employees and sustaining a positive office culture. So isn’t it natural to find...

Edtech in Primary Education: A Need or Must Have

Education is the foremost thing a country requires for its economic growth and prosperity. It empowers an individual to take right decision for their selves as well as towards betterment of society. Primary level becomes the foundation for a good education and the prime focus should be towards strengthening the foundation. Primary or elementary education starts from easy age (6 years) and this is where foundation is laid. But is our primary education going in the right direction? We may say for the metro cities where we have better infrastructure, good teachers, reading materials etc. But rural primary education continues to face its own challenges and is still deprived of several basic facilities. Major Differences in Urban and Rural Education: Urban Rural Less dropout rates Higher dropou...

How Technology Is Powering the World’s Largest Healthcare Program – An exclusive interview with Dr. Indu Bhushan, CEO of Ayushman Bharat

Dr. Indu Bhushan, CEO of Ayushman Bharat Ayushman Bharat – a healthcare scheme so large that its beneficiaries are almost equal to the population of Canada, Mexico and the United States of America combined – making it undeniably the largest healthcare scheme in the world. Launched in September 2018, Ayushman Bharat has been touted as a ‘game changer initiative to serve the poor’. At the time of launch, 13,000 hospitals were part of the scheme, and was poised to cover 50 crore people – with no cap on family size and age. More than 8,700 public and private hospitals have been empaneled for this scheme, with 33 states having signed MoUs with the Central government for program implementation. So far, 3.2 crore cards have been issued and nearly 40% of the Indian population is covered under this...

Leader Talk: Interview with Gagan Oberoi, Managing Director & CEO, Espire Infolabs

Espire Infolabs is a global IT services company which specializes in digital and customer experience transformation. We got an opportunity to speak to Gagan Oberoi, an industry veteran of more than three decades, and he is the Managing Director & CEO of the company. They have been a NASSCOM member for over a decade and Mr Oberoi had many good things to say about the association, particularly in its role in providing support to members.  At Espire, how do you define Customer Experience, re-writing the rule book and using digital to drive heightened levels of customer satisfaction? Espire was set up in 2001, providing IT services, Web Infra support and developing customized software. It was around 2013 – 14 that we sharpened our focus to render digital transformation especially in enhanc...

5th Lifesciences & Healthcare Innovation Forum: A Recap

The 5th Lifesciences & Healthcare Innovation Forum held on April 30th in New Delhi’s Shangri-La Eros Hotel was a resounding success. This was the first time the event was held in the capital, and witnessed its highest ever turnout of 170 attendees. With Digital Propulsion of Universal Healthcare as its central theme, there was enthused participation from various stakeholders including hospitals, healthcare enterprises, technology entities, startups and most notably, a strong representation from policy makers and government. The inaugural session witnessed keynotes by Ms Debjani Ghosh, President, NASSCOM; Mr J Satyanarayana, Former secretary and Chair of Digital Healthcare Stack for Min of Health ; Dr. Indu Bhushan, CEO, Ayushman Bharat; Mr Dileep Mangsuli, CTO, Wipro GE Healthcare; Mr ...

Boardroom 3: Unlocking the Value from start-ups- A Corporate view

Ganesh Natrajan, Executive Chairman and Founder of 5F World Themes of Discussion: – How can smaller companies scale and partner with larger companies? – Is there a value for large companies to engage with start-ups? How do we engage? – What are the Best practices and Dos and Donts while engaging with start-ups – What do members in the discussion believe start-ups and young entrepreneurs can do faster, better, cheaper and more innovatively when compared to doing it in large organizations. What fundamentally differentiates start-ups from large organization? – Large companies begin with resource allocation rather than looking at areas of problem they looking to address. Start-ups can focus on problem statement, which is more exciting. Potential Areas of Collabora...