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Why Automation? 5 Reasons to Automate your Business Processes

  • Posted on: 19 March 2018


Business Automation could sound overwhelming, but it offers scalable benefits to modern enterprise. Here are 5 reasons why you should consider automating your business.

In the business world, there is always scope for improvement. Enterprises are constantly looking for ways to improve performance levels and gain an edge over the competition.

How is IoT leading a smart medical revolution?

  • Posted on: 12 March 2018

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The Internet of Things is leaving footprints in all industries and businesses. Here's how the Healthcare industry is being reshaped with IoT.

We live in a world where watches tell more than just time and mobile phones do more than just calling. Internet of Things (IoT) is not just a buzzword; it is a revolutionary technology. The concept of IoT is beyond laptops and mobile phones.

How is analytics reforming healthcare?

  • Posted on: 26 February 2018

Analytics-HealthcareBig data and analytics are playing a strong role in revolutionizing healthcare services. Check out how analytics is impacting the healthcare industry.

In today’s digital world, data drives industries. Enterprises are rapidly becoming data-intensive with information coming from various sources and in various forms. Analytics helps in leveraging this big data to strategize and improve performance.

Why modernize your subscription business?

  • Posted on: 19 February 2018

subscribe-businessManaging subscriptions the old-school way in the modern world? Discover the multiple benefits of a modern subscription management platform.

The subscription economy is a constantly evolving space. Compared to the subscription models in the past, which were restricted to magazines, newspapers, utilities and telecommunication services, the number of subscription offerings has grown exponentially today.

Major Test Data Management challenges faced by modern businesses

  • Posted on: 8 February 2018

Estuate's TDM  for businessDigitization is driving the business world today. As IoT and Mobile First technologies are gaining momentum, businesses are getting influenced to enter the world of mobility. Mobile and web applications are becoming primary for personal, professional and commercial communication.

Mobility has opened a world of endless opportunities. However, delivering quality applications is an absolute must. This has increased the importance of a robust test data management system in across industries.

[Infographic] Top 10 Digital Transformation Trends for 2018 and Beyond

  • Posted on: 29 January 2018

In this fast and diverse business world, digitization is leading the way in 2018. If 2017 was a year of trendsetting technology innovations, 2018 has a lot more in store. The worldwide spending on Digital Transformation technologies is expected to be nearly $1.3 trillion this year.​ This​ ​infographic​ ​unveils the top 10 digital transformation trends that would make it big in 2018.

Top 10 digital trends 2018 beyound

Why is your loyalty to legacy systems costing you?

  • Posted on: 22 January 2018

Have you been carrying on with your old-school systems for too long? Here’s why you need to modernize your enterprise soon.

Digital transformation is at its peak and it’s becoming more of a necessity than an initiative for all digital enterprises. As much as businesses want to transform digitally and embrace latest technology, it’s not a perfect world.

Almost all businesses carry decades-old legacy systems and disposing off the old school hardware and software can be an overwhelming process.

6 IoT trends that are shaking up the business world

  • Posted on: 15 January 2018

Internet of things is leading us to smarter lives. Here are 6 real-world IoT applications that are driving businesses crazy.

Technology is making devices come to life, and we are so loving the concept of Internet of Things (IoT). From hi-tech devices to smart appliances, it’s crazy how IoT is leading us to a smarter lifestyle. A Statista study reveals that in 2015, there were about 15.4 billion connected devices.