- Data Security and Privacy - Protecting your sensitive data
February 05, 2015
In the wake of recent high-profile and reputation-draining data security breaches, organizations today are working harder than ever and taking a proactive approach to prevent and prepare for inevitable data breach incidents. The good news is that taking measured actions can help mitigate risks. Watch the video to learn more on how to proactively manage risk and keep up with evolving industry standards with Marc Hebert, COO at Estuate and Mike Martin, Practice Director at BTRG.
- Data masking factories for the big data era
January 28, 2015
March Hebert, COO of Estuate Inc., has been featured in the IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub. Below is an excerpt from a conversation where Marc has shared some of his insights on the data security landscape.
A 2014 ended on a fairly negative note from a data security perspective, with a record number of data breaches tracked and listed in the US. Sony Pictures Entertainment cyberhack was the last 2014 addition to this list. Even as details about the motive of the hackers and the damage they might have caused are emerging, there are reports that employee personal data including Social Security numbers as well as medical and salary information may have been compromised. This incident brings back into sharp focus the topic of data security.
- Integra Life Sciences Retires Legacy Applications with IBM Optim and Estuate
December 23, 2014
Founded in 1989, Integra LifeSciences is a world leader in medical technology and is dedicated to limiting the uncertainty for surgeons, so they can concentrate on providing the best patient care. Headquartered in Plainsboro, New Jersey, Integra has over 3,300 employees worldwide. They offers innovative solutions in orthopedic extremity surgery, neurosurgery, spine surgery, reconstructive and general surgery.
- Retiring Applications in the Factory of the Future
November 29, 2013
Application sprawl has become a common problem among businesses for a variety of reasons. The explosion of data, for example, has not only contributed to large volumes of stored information, but it has created increasingly data-intensive applications. In addition, there are a number of business reasons that make tracking how much software an organization has and how many resources it uses a challenging process. In the case of a merger, for example, one organization’s applications are often managed as the primary software while another organization’s programs are kept in a nonproduction environment for reporting purposes. While this kind of management addresses compliance concerns, it can also create inefficiencies in infrastructure management.
- Improving performance with Oracle's Exadata Database Machine
November 28, 2013
As businesses become increasingly data driven, so does the software they use. One challenge is that data-intensive programs require powerful hardware, otherwise problems with performance would diminish the benefits of robust programs. Oracle addressed this problem in 2008 with its Exadata machine. One of the most significant benefits to implementing powerful hardware such as Oracle Exadata Database Machine X3-8 is scalability.
- Software development mistakes lead to $751 million excess spending
November 20, 2013
Software development frameworks have had to change to accommodate new paradigms as well as new technology. The agile philosophy places high value on comprehensive feedback throughout the development cycle. A recent report, however, shows that organizations are struggling to improve quality without excessive increases in spending.
- Oracle acquires Nimbula
October 24, 2013
Technology providers in recent years have faced the growing challenge of delivering high performance solutions at price points that deliver high value-per-cost for a large range of customers. The growing popularity of the open source philosophy, which is being incorporated into design at both the hardware and software level, has led to greater transparency and valuable contributions from numerous industry players.
- Zuora announces REST APIs
July 09, 2013
Developers have many factors to consider when building an application programming interface. Best practices usually dictate an emphasis on simplicity, but actually designing an API that is simple and still comprehensive enough to connect essential software components is a complex task. Another issue is that what would be accessible to one user might not be as simple to another. Zuora, an Estuate partner, recently addressed this issue with the release of a new set of REST APIs to supplement its existing SOAP APIs.
- Extreme Customer Service and Data Virtualization
November 21, 2012
It’s All about the Customer
Estuate’s customer-centric ethos is a great reminder to all of us. Take care of your customers and your customers will take care of you. Simple to say, but based on my experiences on the customer side of commerce, this appears difficult for many businesses to accomplish. So kudos to Estuate!
- Estuate: Extreme Service has been named among Top 25 IT Services Companies in Silicon India Magazine
Estuate represented in a list of 100 companies who have battled the economic crisis and have emerged victorious in these testing times. The si100 annual listing of companies names innovators who have had the courage and insight to build and run profitable businesses in a hostile environment.
- Estuate aids IT project implementation at Stanford
Organizations often have a large number of tools at their disposal. Although this is good news for allowing more choices, it can also make it more difficult to fully optimize a set of integrated tools. As has been showcased by Estuate's work with Stanford University, third-party software services offer optimization as a key benefit, but the value from service providers is often multi-faceted. Below are several examples of how Estuate helps Stanford make the most of Oracle technology.
- Estuate part of the BOLT program led by SRI
DARPA Awards BOLT Program $7.1 million Contract to SRI-led Team. The SRI-led BOLT team includes researchers and engineers from Columbia University's Engineering School, Queens College City University of New York, University of Edinburgh, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology R&D Corporation Limited, Estuate Incorporated, Oregon Health & Sciences University, University of Washington, University of Rochester, University of Massachusetts, Aix-Marseille University/National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), and University of Texas at Dallas.
- Estuate: Extreme Service - By Silicon India Magazine
Estuate is selected and honored as part of the Top 20 IT Services Companies. The si100 not only represents the continuing rise and glory of Indian entrepreneurship in high-tech, but also recognizes companies impacting the market place. “Since our inception in 2005, we have been striving to stay true to that principle. We combine an agile, responsive U.S. based culture with a strong technical offshore team to deliver high-value, cost-effective solutions to software companies and large IT organizations,” says Prakash Balebail, Co-Founder & CEO, Estuate.
- Estuate: Extreme Service - By Silicon India Magazine Team
Appearing in the si100 list for the second time in a row, Estuate is a fast-growing global information technology (IT) services company based in Silicon Valley, with a technical offshore team in Bangalore. The company was founded by Prakash Balebail and Nagaraja Kini, whose motto is “Our clients’ success is our success”
- Estuate's Balebail Shines at IBM's Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet Analyst Day
IBM’s recent Analyst Day featured Prakash Balebail, CEO of Estuate, on a partner panel at the IBM Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet event held at IBM Almaden Research Center in San Jose, California. IBM used the event to unveil its new Smart Analytics System that analyzes data 20 times faster, ideal for data-intensive applications in healthcare, energy, retail and financial sectors.
- Estuate's Hebert Receives Prestigious 2010 IBM Information Champion Award
IBM announced this week that the prestigious 2010 Information Champion Award recognizes Marc Hebert, Estuate’s Chief Operating Officer, in the Data Management segment. The award reflects IBM’s acknowledgement of Hebert’s significant contributions to the overall success of IBM Information Management products and positioning.
- Compiere Offers ERP Connector for Salesforce CRM
August 21, 2009
Compiere Inc. has created a Compiere ERP Connector for Salesforce CRM that links together the company’s Web-based enterprise resource planning software with Salesforce’s customer relationship management software. The connector was created for Compiere with the help of the company’s development partner Estuate.
- Ten Years After Y2K: The ERP Legacy
It is useful to recall how Y2K concerns during the late 1990s fueled a dramatic explosion of investment in ERP software and services, resulting in a bubble of ERP implementation that has left an important legacy on today’s IT environment. Many of us were aghast at the gargantuan size of ERP implementation projects at many of our large global corporations ?
- Customer Care Separates Estuate from the Competition
by RICHARD SPRINGER, India- West Staff Reporter
The itch of the entrepreneurs to start their own company and the fact that they saw a need to fill in enterprises navigate smoothly through minefields of application integration led to launching Sunnyvale, California-based Estuate in February 20005, says Richard Springer, India west reporter.
- Estuate: Extreme Service - By Silicon India Magazine Team
A distinguished panel comprising of accomplished Indian CEO’s and CIO’s of public companies, VC’s, analysts, founders of other VC funded companies have selected and honored Estuate to the list of top 100 high-tech sector companies. These top 100 companies show characteristics of long-term viability, sustained growth, business focus, profitability, and customer and employee value.