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Symphony Teleca, one of the companies involved in helping automotive companies manage the global convergence of software, the cloud, and connected devices, partners with clients to conceive, build, and deploy OS technologies, infotainment systems, and vehicle management software.
Healthcare analytics is going to be huge, and this is how: the global healthcare analytics market has been estimated to reach over $10 billion by 2018. Frost and Sullivan estimates the APAC healthcare analytics market to reach $ 654.2 million in 2018, while IDC' recent survey notes nearly 50 per cent of respondents citing advanced analytics as their highest investment priority.
Symphony Teleca Corporation has launched a cloud-based Vehicle Relationship Management (VRM) solution said to provide full remote management of vehicle software including secure software updates, status and configuration management, and inventory management, reporting and analytics.
Microsoft entered the top five for the first time, IDC noted, with its combined shipment of close to 900,000 Surface RT and Surface Pro tablets.
The solution lies in prioritizing the areas of focus, developing a multi-year roadmap, and determining which areas are core to the business and which ones can be delivered using a combination of technology and consulting support.
The BlackBerry Z10 smartphone, which runs the new BlackBerry 10 operating system, has finally hit store shelves in the U.S. What's more, BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins has been taking swipes at Apple -- and no one is laughing in utter disbelief.
To begin with, Big Data is not a product or technique, nor is it a new found buzz word, when put in the right context. There are certain types of business problems that clearly fit into the category of Big Data and the reason the word Big Data came into existence.
Of course, Blackberry is now dealing with a very different enterprise market, where BYOD [bring your own device] has become the dominant model.
FeedHenry, the leading mobile enterprise solutions company, today announced an important new initiative with Symphony Teleca, working together the two companies will provide customers across the globe with cutting edge mobile technology and expert enterprise mobility services to create valuable apps to improve productivity, reduce costs and provide differentiated customer service.
OEMs continue to be in a quandary if they should bet everything on one OS or should they spread the risk. Let’s take a closer look at the pros and cons of embracing a single OS and multi-OS strategy.
According to a report by Good Technology, 95 per cent enterprises will support BYOD programs in the next one year and this will inevitably bolster the importance of mobile CRM in organizations.
STC has been selected as the strategic software partner of Yota Devices for the dual screen phone and as such we are helping them with the core android architectural modifications, development and testing of the Yota platinum phone.
The next great evolution in computing is driven by four key technology trends - Social, Cloud, Mobile (SoCloMo) and Analytics and the time is ripe for the CIOs to gear up to implement these enabling technologies to drive down costs and increase revenue opportunities.
The decision for consumers to make a purchase is contingent on a number of factors in the modern age. These include comments made on review sites, through real-time updates via mobile devices, and numerous posts on social networks. By mining this mountain of data, retailers have the potential to further improve their point of sale experience.
To succeed, today’s independent software vendors (ISVs) must find new ways to innovate and differentiate themselves within a highly competitive and increasingly complex marketplace where specialization and customization are taking the lead. They must radically change their processes and strategies for designing, developing and commercializing products with speed and precision.
Value-based offerings: Service providers must have a way to deliver measurable outcomes to their customers. Enterprise buyers must be able to define KPIs for their service providers, with established base and improvement goals/targets for their providers.
The traditional model of outsourced product development has undergone a rapid transformation over the last few years, as traditional independent software vendors race to compete in a highly competitive market.
Emerging areas like cloud, BYOD, security, social networking, and enterprise mobility present a whole range of exciting options for IT professionals, believes Sanjay Dhawan, CEO, Symphony Teleca. In a recent interaction with Dataquest, Dhawan shares his views on the upcoming opportunities and how Indian IT needs to continuously strive to retain its leadership in outsourcing.
This is never truer than what the world gets to see at the first huge show of the year – CES – this month in Las Vegas. From devices that operate only by voice to in-car app stores, consumers are continuing to become more sophisticated in their use of mobile technologies and organizations are being forced to find ways to stay relevant.
Enterprises must consider their complete mobile ecosystem from OS maturity to IT Infrastructure in order to provide secure services to their end users. Tablet and, in particular, iPad adoption within the enterprise has taken place rapidly over the last couple of years, ousting laptops as the preferred business tool for interacting with your enterprise while on the move.
Corp“Ubiquitous connectivity enabled the remote interaction between doctors and patients and modern mHealth solutions even facilitate remote monitoring of critical health parameters. Technology handles sensitive personal data and requires properly architected systems to assure a trusted patient/doctor relationship”
Now that iOS and Android dominate 90% of the global Smartphone market, OEMs continue to be in a quandary if they should bet everything on one OS or should they spread the risk? With smartphone sales continuing to grow rapidly around the world, the high volume has provided an opportunity for OEMs to seriously consider alternative OS platforms as a route to differentiate their offerings and as a vehicle to reach niche markets that may not be fully accessible by iOS or Android.
Real-time unique response is currently an opportunity and will soon be a necessity for enterprises. Making this a reality will require building the right fluid data management infrastructure for structured, unstructured, and real-time streaming data, having the data science competencies to build data mining and machine-learning algorithms that can generate the right insight, and integrating people and systems into offline and real-time analytic processes.
With the proliferation of connected devices, social and mobile technologies, user experience is continuously evolving and business needs are being influenced by technology, regulations, compliance, economy and globalization.
Cloud service providers need to continuously work on top inhibitors to cloud adoption also needs to be more transparent SLAs and addressing the vendor lock-in issue by adopting Open virtualization formats as soon as possible.
Success of cloud adoption is a repercussion of impeccable planning, cost effective implementation, efficient management, and employing people with the correct skill set.
Dr. Wadhwani discussed STG’s global investment strategies in detail, including why he considers cloud-based software, analytics, and mobility some of the most promising grounds for investment in 2013 and beyond. The session also discussed about the evolving role of India as an innovation hub for clients globally.
Symphony Teleca Corporation delivers products combined with contemporary product development, systems integration, analytics and managed services to several organizations globally. With 35 offices worldwide, the company employs over 6,100 employees.
There has been much debate about the preferred wireless platform for application developers. Every platform has its own advantages and challenges, and there are key points developers need to keep in mind when choosing the most appropriate platform for their applications.
Online tools such as review sites, social networks and smartphones produce data for merchants that, if analyzed properly “in real time,” can transform the way consumers shop, according to a new infographic by custom development firm Symphony Teleca. This, in turn, can equal big bucks for business owners.
Organizations are now seeing third parties as partners of sorts that they can tap as a wider and deeper source of creative thinking. This shift in thinking around the nature of the relationship and the potential value derived from it (that competitive edge) has them engaging earlier in their process, at the conception and architecture design phase of their projects, rather than once they have the specification developed.
Symphony Teleca expects to close $100-million buyout to reach its 2014 revenue target of $500-million, chief executive Sanjay Dhawan said.
Symphony Teleca marked the expansion of its existing Bangalore development center by moving into a new facility in Whitefield, Bangalore. This relocation will allow the company to best meet the surging global demand for product development services and solutions that give companies a competitive advantage as connected devices, the cloud and software converge.
Symphony Teleca facility would allow the company to increase its capacity in Bangalore towards developing "end-to-end" solution in cloud, mobile, software and connected devices.
The software market is undergoing a dramatic change. The cloud is not just redefining the ISV landscape, but also providing tremendous opportunities to innovate and create next generation solutions. Here’s a look at the six most common steps they’re taking towards cloud-based enterprise software.
In the next few years, innovations in mobile and connected device technology will fundamentally transform the healthcare landscape, providing new solutions to address chronic disease conditions and revolutionise the way treatments are administered. The monitoring devices are becoming smaller, portable and mobile.
President Barack Obama has appointed Romesh Wadhwani, an Indian American founder of several software and IT companies, on board of trustees of the John F. Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts.
Enterprise mobility has matured in recent times and is viewed as an important part of the organisation’s IT strategy. However, with the proliferation of mobile technologies, CIOs often face certain challenges. In an exclusive interaction with CXOtoday, Keith Higgins, Chief Marketing Officer, Symphony Teleca Corporation, shares his views on the trends, challenges and opportunities in this space.
NFC by itself is powerful, but when coupled with the wealth of consumer information that Apple has its hands on (credit cards, loyalty cards, frequent locations, travel plans, etc.), the opportunities are endless. Analytics, therefore, will play a huge role in the next year as companies try to make sense of the various information that is available to them when their customers are paying with mobile devices.
With huge opportunity to benefit from more flexible working relationships, increased productivity, and employee satisfaction — why is mobilizing software still so hard and where should an organization start?