The Aston Martin Formula 1 team has broken ground on a new campus that the team believes is an important step in its journey towards becoming a regular frontrunner. In an exclusive column, team owner Lawrence Stroll explains why the team's new base will amount to much more than a series of buildings
Data modernization can either be a strength of an organization, driving growth, or its weakness, hindering innovation.
IoT adoption has a direct impact on business performance, according to IT professional services giant Cognizant.
According to Cognizant Center for the Future of Work research, in the post-pandemic world, payers find themselves uniquely positioned to leverage technologies to spur innovation and efficiencies, says Bill Shea a Vice President within Cognizant Consulting’s Healthcare Practice.
Lawrence Stroll’s Formula 1 dream continues to grow and dazzle, now with news that the Aston Martin F1 operation is scheduled to move into a state-of-the-art ‘smart factory‘ across the road from Silverstone by the end of next year.
With these five mindset shifts, higher-ed institutions can immerse digital learning into their strategies and operations, reveals Tij Nerurkar, Business Leader for Cognizant’s Education practice.
Multidisciplinary modeling and simulation will play a larger role in solving electronics design challenges.
While making digital the main channel of customer engagement, banks are also looking to move beyond business as usual, says Amit Anand, a Vice President in Cognizant Consulting’s Banking and Financial Services.
While recent market studies show that within the first six months of the pandemic, the healthcare industry consumed five years’ worth of digital automation, future success will depend on how the industry deploys and sustains this pace of digital adoption.
Companies worldwide, including those in the Asia Pacific region, are making significant progress towards Artificial Intelligence (AI) adoption.
Cognizant Softvision, a global leader in software product engineering, today unveiled its lineup of keynote speakers and panelists for its seventh annual Programmers’ Week, scheduled for September 13–17, with a dedicated product day on September 20.
Organizations must transcend piecemeal approaches to business reinvention and design processes around people — customers, employees, partners, suppliers — tightly linked from the front to the back office, advises Girish Pai, who leads Cognizant’s Intelligent Process Automation practice.
Automation's efficiency potential is tied to enterprise ownership: No matter how efficient an application can be, it could fail without ample adoption.
By thinking of a cloud migration similarly to moving to a new house, FIs can ensure an effective and efficient transition, says Nathan Greenhut, a Cognizant Client Solutions Executive.
For Pallavi Ramchandani, the channel community’s quest for greater diversity and inclusion is up close and personal.
Our recent survey of APAC and the Middle East companies revealed a discernable shift in interactions from “touch” to “voice” resulting from the growing demand for contactless.
IT companies are stepping up fresher hiring like never before as experienced talent gets costlier and attrition among senior employees is at an all-time high.
The strategy appears to be paying dividends as digital revenues of IT companies see an uptick.
To contend with the prolonged pandemic, great collaboration tools are only part of the answer. Business leaders must embrace a mindset and business culture of “optionality,” which empowers employees to excel in both in-person and remote activities, whether they are heads down or up, says Andres Angelani, who leads Cognizant’s Softvision software engineering practice.
Global IT consulting firm Cognizant has acquired the digital engineering arm of Hunter Technical Resources. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
It’s time for streaming services providers to use the lessons learned from 2020 to redefine the direct-to-consumer experience, says Tiran Dagan, Cognizant’s Chief Digital Officer for the Communications and Media practice.
As per a report titled ‘The Timeline of Next’ by Cognizant, in the future — maybe even the summer of 2021 — an office will play three roles: a showroom, an R&D lab and a party space.
IIoT success requires IT to collaborate with operations: identifying the problems that need solving and racking up quick victories, notes Eddie Gotherman, a senior leader within Cognizant’s IoT and Engineering practice.
More than 20 years after Tony Blair declared that “education, education, education” was his government’s top priority, his son has warned that the former prime minister’s goals are no longer hitting the mark.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on our world and cost millions their lives. It’s disrupted economies and education systems and taken away livelihoods.
Spending on technology among manufacturing respondents will rise from 5.5% of revenue currently to a predicted 8.5% of revenue by 2023, which is below the cross-industry average.
Business and tech leaders need to combine forces to convince skeptics that artificial intelligence should be doing more picking low hanging fruit.
The more data that drops, the clearer the message for institutes of higher learning—in order to keep pace with today’s society, operations must change. In this episode, Kshitij Nerurkar, Education Business Leader at Cognizant, drills down on his numbers for further evidence.
A new survey of 1,000 senior executives finds that only 20% of U.S. companies are fully employing AI for decision-making in business.
Pushed into uncharted territories by the COVID-19 crisis, businesses across industries are relying more on process automation, but have a long way to go before reaping its full potential, says Mariesa Coughanour, an AVP within Cognizant’s Intelligent Automation practice.
Having a vision for customer experience is important, but it’s not enough, says Mark Taylor, a global leader in Cognizant’s Digital Experience practice. Here are the other dimensions and insights needed to differentiate the brand.
Chain restaurants of all culinary persuasions have experimented with virtual assistants, which provide another digital channel through which customers may order food. However, few quick-service chains are using artificial intelligence (AI) to help humans take orders more quickly and personalize service.
Rob Walker, UK&I managing director at Cognizant, explores the data management parallels between Formula 1 and government work.
As advancements like digital humans, machine learning, robotic process automation and quantum computing fuse, captains of business will soon have the technological wherewithal to reach greater heights and fend off exogenous events says Ben Pring, chief futurist within Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work.
Rajesh Nambiar, president of digital business and technology and India chairman and managing director, spoke about the demand environment, growth drivers and acquisition strategy.
Anil Cheriyan, executive vice president and chief technology officer, Cognizant, joins Neha Pradhan for a little serious and light-hearted conversation on the cloud migration challenges in the financial services industry.
The federal minimum wage may soon be $15 an hour: Here are three ways restaurants can leverage tech to minimize the impact on revenue and employee retention.
IT services company Cognizant on Wednesday reported second quarter financial results largely in line with expectations, with revenue up across all business segments.
Understanding what you need from data, rather than just acquiring it, sets a new virtuous circle in motion that unlocks even more business outcomes reveal Bret Greenstein and Jason Kodish, Vice Presidents within Cognizant’s AI practice.
Cognizant has announced that it has agreed to acquire TQS Integration, a privately owned global industrial data and intelligence company based in Lismore, Ireland.
The cloud may be a dominant presence across most sectors and businesses, manufacturing has been more hesitant.
Your unique heart rhythm may one day be used to make shopping, office visits, even just a stroll down the street a bit more personal, notes Clay Griffith, a Director of Product Marketing at Cognizant Softvision.
Postings for digitally enabled jobs of the future are recovering from a sharp dip during the pandemic, but they still lag behind postings for conventional jobs as companies desperately try to rebuild their workforces.
Technology has been vital in enabling remote or online learning during the COVID-19 lockdowns and has rapidly accelerated a trend towards hybrid learning that was already in motion pre-pandemic.
Earlier this year, the multibillion-dollar business consulting and IT giant Cognizant joined XPRIZE to launch the Pandemic Response Challenge, a competition to create AI systems that can help societies reopen safely in the wake of COVID-19.
The remote work directives that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic reveal that virtual work is no longer a utopian ideal, declares Ben Pring, Cognizant’s Chief Futurist. It’s real and here to stay. To assist in the transition, we present recommendations that help everyone succeed in this new normal.
Cognizant has agreed to acquire TQS Integration, an industrial data and intelligence company based in Lismore, Ireland.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution has been a hot topic in manufacturing circles for some time. We’ve explored many of its facets: what the future of work will look like, how we can harness new technologies and why innovative solutions can help companies come out ahead. However, rarely do we consider where this flurry of activity will occur.
Ensuring that young people have the necessary skills to help businesses is crucial. However, those needs are constantly changing as society changes.
To better understand and serve customers, organizations must not only tap more data, and more types of data from more sources; they also need to gather, analyze and act on this data far more quickly than ever before.