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October 5, 2012

Social Business Update: Infosys BrandEdge and Oracle SRM

Guest post by
Michael J. Lee, Social Strategist, Infosys

 

Shibu and Radical Progress

Continuing the tradition of preceding Larry Ellison's keynote, Infosys CEO S. D. Shibulal opened by celebrating 3 ideas which changed the world: the Wright brothers' flight, the discovery of Penicillin, and Berner-Lee's first web site. In chronological order, this progression came from individual inventors, research institutions, and then corporations. Now corporations are the new centers of innovation and discovery, and they are driving radical progress in 3 ways: product and process innovation, creating new consumer experiences, and business model innovation.

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October 3, 2012

Radical Progress : Infosys Keynote at Oracle OpenWorld 2012

Guest post by
Abhishek Sabharwal, Principal Consultant, Infosys

 

They say the time stops at Oracle OpenWorld (OOW) when a keynote is on! Thousands of folks from our industry (clients, partners, media, analysts, academia) get charged up to know more about what's coming in the ever dynamic IT world, waiting patiently much before the keynote actually starts. While yesterday's keynotes were focused around innovations in hardware, social, cloud that Oracle continues to drive, the focus of Infosys keynote was about Radical Progress. I quickly reconfirmed the meaning of the world radical on my iphone and it said, something that changes the fundamentals. The first thing that I could think of was the world moving from flat to being round by Galileo which was then challenged by the church as well.

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June 16, 2009

IT Outsourcing - Recession Survival Kit - Series I

Everybody is talking about it.. Decision makers are contemplating either to invest for growth now or to cut costs to maintain margins.. or do both. well.. am sure people know that these are easier said than done. there are too many theories, hypothesis, advices, opinions and the latest in the list.. 'management books'... trying to use all possible ways of the current situation to make themselves heard.. but what is heartening is that there is good amount of truth and reality in all of these.. as they are directly from their heart.. they have felt it, experienced it and living with it.


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April 13, 2009

Shared Service Process in Payable- Road Towards continuous Improvements

IT Shared service offer the potential for significant cost savings through economies of scale,process improvements and standardization. Shared services can help companies reduce costs through greater efficiency

In Oracle world, using shared service process coupled with new features of release 12i, organization can now increase their flexibility and responsiveness to market especially by automating processes and streamlining administrative functions apart from reducing overall costs

Lets explore now, what road Oracle has provided to help organizations to move towards continuous improvements and reduce overall cost in current economic meltdown.

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