AI Driven Banking

AI-Driven Banking

The banking industry is paving the way in AI adoption. Utilizing AI to its fullest potential to maximize its use on all forefronts; automated threat intelligence, fraud analysis, prevention methods, and more. AI in banking is already common practice but only continues to grow as more companies are adopting it into their organization and investing … Continued

Leveraging Big Data in HR

Leveraging Big Data in HR

The world is becoming more data-driven as companies recognize the value big data holds in finding key trends and patterns that allow for impactful decision making. Human Resource is one area starting to realize the massive competitive advantage that big data analytics can provide in order to identify top performers, improve retention rates and keep … Continued

Data Visualization

Why Data Visualization Is Must

Data visualization is the tool that is pushing the business force, providing information to drive impactful decision making. It’s more than just charts and graphs. Data visualization has become a way of communication, making data digestible as well as impactful; filtering out noise while providing a narrative on critical points. Data visualization is leading the … Continued

Microsoft Azure for startups

Microsoft is winning the cloud war, how it better for startups?

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The benefits offered by the Azure are always unique and business-centered. Here are some of the features of Azure which will help not only reduce the efforts of data management but also increase your productivity 1. Apps management: IaaS benefits the organization to build, deploy, and manage the apps quickly and easily. An organization can … Continued


Soft skills and practices for tech leaders (and future leaders)


Leadership skills are a hot topic in today’s conscientious business environment. It seems as if articles and studies are split in half; half on universal leadership skills and the other half on industry-specific leadership skills. So, the question is: Are leadership skills specific to each industry? Do industry differences drastically change the competencies managers need in order for their companies to thrive?