Mobility is the foundation for digital experiences and key driving force behind digital transformation. The growth in app economy and greater proliferation of companies investing in mobile experiences, clearly indicates that the adoption of a mobile first strategy is becoming critical to succeed in today’s connected world.
As an investor and entrepreneur, sitting on both sides of the table, I do have a birds-eye view of the challenges faced by sales teams within fast growing Startups. Among the most common challenges are lead quantity, lead quality and the technologies that they need to choose to increase sales velocity and predictability.
Dr. Ramesh Byrapaneni
While many of us have used healthcare portals as a source of information, what has gained momentum is recent times is the use of virtual health care platforms, whereby one can consult doctors for primary care online.
Human Capital can make or break viability, market leadership and success of companies of any size. With Mobile, Cloud, Social and Big Data going mainstream, there is no better time to leverage Technology to efficiently manage Human Capital. While applications like CRM, SCM and Financials are used by respective functional groups within an organisation, HCM (Human Capital Management) software usage transcends all of the silos
Dr. Ramesh Byranpaneni
A lot of buzz and frenzy is seen on implementing Electronic Health records (EHR) or Electronic Medical records (EMR) throughout the world. Most of the times, both are used interchangeably but there is a considerable difference which needs to be demystified. An EMR electronic medical record (EMR) contains the standard medical and clinical data gathered in one provider’s office. EMR is a digital version of a paper chart that contains all of a patient’s medical history from one practice
With slow down in funding take a bite out start ups, it’s very difficult for the entrepreneurs to hire the right talent to ensure their success. Today’s young generation has the choice to work for multinational companies and established Indian companies that offer good infrastructure and a comfortable working environment
2015 has been a stellar year for Indian Start-ups by every yardstick. The Year witnessed US $5 billion of total funding in Start-ups with 3 more companies entering the billion dollar ‘Unicorn’ club. Continuing the momentum, the year 2016 has already witnessed 1 more unicorn, bringing the total to 9 unicorns in India