While Code Halo thinking was originally established from online retailing and media/ entertainment, it is also increasingly becoming applicable to internal enterprise operations, such as software development, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant.
Envision a near future where functions become intelligent through technology, allowing humans and digital processes to put their heads together to create a more intuitive, more responsive enterprise, writes Robert H. Brown of Cognizant.
Cognizant said it worked with NTUC FairPrice, a supermarket retailer in Singapore, to digitally transform the latter’s business, and provide customers with a seamless multi-channel shopping experience.
Digital technology is empowering retailers but has also brought with it the risk of digital theft. Retailers need to identify this risk early on and develop an approach to manage it better, writes Sandy Gopalan of Cognizant.
Big data reveals insights with a particular range of data points, while thick data takes one step further and uncovers the meaning and insights behind big data visualisation and analysis, revealing the social context of, and connections between, data points, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant Technology Solutions.
A new era of travel is upon us and we can expect more automation and intelligence in our trip planning, powered by digital technologies such as SMAC and Code Halos, writes Cognizant vice president Debasis Basu.
Digital tools and techniques are advancing the way companies interact with customers and the ‘code that knows’ is the catalytic converter for this necessary business transformation, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant.
Companies need accessible, adaptable and agile IT to meet today’s demands. Cognizant’s Jayajyoti Sengupta has eight recommendations for CIOs to transition clients to flexible service delivery.
A coherent view of enterprise architecture guides organisations through their transformational journey, affording better focus on strategic use of emerging technologies and significantly reducing time-to-market, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant.
Over time, every click, swipe, ‘Like,’ buy, comment, deposit, jog, and search produces information that creates a unique pattern of accumulated data and information that becomes your virtual identity, or your personal Code Halo – and what’s interesting is how the concept is playing out in the corporate world, writes Paul Roehrig of Cognizant.