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In order to sustain growth as well as secure confidence and trust among customers, banks need to transform delivery capability by replacing and/or optimising network infrastructures that can enable product innovation and growth. In order to drive value and offer excellent customer web services anytime, anywhere, and on any device, banks need to provide transparent, efficient, and secured web transactions. They must ensure that their online business applications are safe from cyber attacks.
Financial Services Organisations are looking to drive growth amid regulatory changes, capital management, business risks and demands for transparency. In the wake of agile and digitally enabled competitors, traditional financial services institutions want to preserve reputation, culture and trust among their customers and employees.
To ensure sustainable, profitable growth, insurance companies have to overcome irksome regulations, capital constraints, operational inefficiencies and competition. They have to ensure that their IT infrastructure and business applications are optimised for strategic decision making, business and operational functions, product development and service delivery to provide overall value to their customers.
Real estate organisations are now looking to innovate and embrace new technologies in order to provide their internal workforce and tech-savvy customer base with a digitally enhanced user experience. A secured and streamlined infrastructure and business application helps to optimise service delivery and operations, thereby achieving growth and customer satisfaction.
Apparel & Retail
Today’s conscious customer has high expectations, is self-reliant, convenience oriented, digitally connected, less brand loyal, demands privacy and security, and is motivated by overall value and experience. Every end customer shopping at physical and virtual stores wants to enjoy a personalised and customised user experience, a reduction in time for product search, reduced cost, and facilitation of web transactions in the shortest possible time. Therefore, in order to provide an unparalleled online and in-store shopping experience, apparel and retail organisations are increasingly looking towards integrated and streamlined IT for e-commerce, mobile, and internal business applications.
Robust, secure, and streamlined technology is imperative for construction companies throughout the planning, designing, estimating, contracting and construction processes. It enables them to specify project objectives, maximise resource efficiency, implement various operations and provide a digitally enhanced collaborative environment.
Today’s customer demands access and availability of content from anywhere and on any device. The customer expects privacy and security. The customer wants to view his favourite program or show at his own time and convenience. This is providing scope for new models in advertising and promotion. Hence it is imperative to have integrated and streamlined infrastructure and business applications.
Oil & Gas
Tougher fuel economy regulations, more viable forms of alternative energy, efficient engines and global economic trends are all impacting on the demand for oil and gas. Therefore, organisations are not only looking to streamline their business operations and service delivery but also to optimise costs.
Integrated and streamlined infrastructure and business applications play a key role in enabling public and private transport organisations to meet or exceed customer expectations. The focus is on optimisation, of financial and operational drivers, risk management, strategic development, cost efficiency and regulatory compliance.
Public sector organisations are looking to deliver better public services by spending less through smart use of digital technology. However, due to the presence of legacy systems it becomes challenging to live up to public expectations as well as to keep the infrastructure, applications and databases integrated, streamlined and secured.
Today’s knowledgeable and demanding customer seeks greater security, performance, better features, platform independence, and flexibility at the lowest possible price. To stay competitive, optimum service delivery is among the top priorities of technology companies.
Currently, educational institutions have implemented multiple IT platforms for different services which include legacy IT systems. With the advent of new technologies and rising students’ expectations, educational institutions are looking to enhance their respective front office and back office operations. There is a need for integrated and streamlined IT systems to ensure smoother and more cost-effective processes.