Adopt emerging technologies to drive disruptive innovation
New and emerging technologies are reshaping and transforming the business landscape and have an enormous impact on every facet of the digital ecosystem across people, systems, and organizations. Businesses must adapt to the changing landscape, embrace new technologies and offer leading-edge, innovative products and services. We enable businesses to increase the pace of innovation and reduce the risks of new technology adoption with the following mainstream and emerging technology practices:
- AI, ML
- Web Technologies
- Low-code platforms
- Experience Design
- Application Architectures
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Businesses in diverse domains are increasingly adopting AI techniques such as machine learning and deep learning to aid automated decision making without human intervention.
With our AI, ML practice we collaborate with businesses to adopt appropriate ML models to continuously improve tasks such as voice recognition, image analysis, and NLP; we also enable adoption of text and voice-enabled chatbots to deliver enhanced customer experience.
Internet of Things (IoT)
Advances in computing technologies, miniaturization, and device proliferation has a transformative impact in many industries.
Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices such as sensors and wearables are producing humongous amounts of product usage data that can be leveraged by businesses to offer new, data-enriched products and services. With our IoT practice, we collaborate with businesses to build innovative products and services leveraging data generated by IoT devices.
Cloud is no longer a choice and has become a core necessity for all businesses. Cloud adoption is not merely a technological transformation but is also a business transformation.
As part of our cloud practice, we collaborate with businesses to select the right cloud service and deployment models, develop new cloud-native applications, and transform legacy on-premise applications into cloud-based SaaS. We leverage cloud services and infrastructure of major cloud service providers including Azure, AWS, and Google Cloud.
Unprecedented advances in mobile computing led to an exponential increase in the use of what were once traditional web applications.
New technologies are enabling this transformation to build web applications that can deliver exceptional user experiences that are personalized, contextual, and fast. We collaborate with businesses to build reactive and progressive web applications using modern technologies including UI frameworks such as Angular, React, React Native, and Meteor, Messaging Queues such as Kafka and Rabbit, and modern data stores such as Postgres SQL, Azure SQL, MongoDB, and Cassandra.
Low-code platforms are increasingly becoming popular due to their extreme ease of use and accelerated time-to-market.
Low-code platforms are empowering businesses to rapidly build and deploy cloud-native applications. We enable businesses to adopt model-driven development methodologies of popular low-code platforms such as Mendix, OpenText, Microsoft Power Apps, and Salesforce to rapidly develop new applications and achieve faster time-to-market.
Designing products and services for a digital ecosystem, demands a broader set of capabilities and competencies beyond UI and UX.
Businesses must reimagine how their products and services are accessed and consumed in a mobile-first, cloud-native, AI-driven world. We work with businesses to create and deliver responsive, personalized, intuitive, consistent, immersive, and engaging customer experiences by adopting practices such as journey mapping and design thinking and also new technologies such as AR/VR.
Modern businesses need systems that are flexible, adaptive, and are capable of evolving with changing needs.
For this, systems must be designed to be resilient, reactive, scalable, responsive, and capable of handling failure gracefully. We work with businesses to create reactive systems using modern and proven paradigms such as SOA, Microservices, APIs, & event and data-driven architectures.