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QASource: Renovating the Testing Industry with Innovative QA Methodologies
ES Outlook >> vendor

QASource is an independent quality assurance and testing company that meets the objectives and schedules of its clients by optimizing their QA efforts

Onshore Outsourcing: Changing Outsourcing, Changing American Lives
ES Outlook >> vendor

A provider of offshore services for IT, custom application development, software development etc

Winterhawk Consulting: Building Resilient SAP GRC Solutions for Enterprises
ES Outlook >> vendor

The Company provides end to end SAP GRC solutions, starting from deployment till the complete outsourcing as and when required by the customers in their SAP GRC lifecycle.

Which are the Top Retail Technology Trends to Watch out for
ES Outlook >> ciospeaks

Savio Thattil, CIO & SVP of Technology, Sephora Americas

To my mind, the top retail technology trend is mobile payments, and offering consumers greater optionality in how they pay, particularly with the advent of Apple Pay. We are following mobile payments very closely to see the pace of adoption in the...

Technology Changes to Supply Chains Demand Good Leadership
ES Outlook >> cxoinsights

Kevin Glynn, VP and CIO, DSC Logistics

Our work in the supply chain is changing rapidly as we implement new technology. Our leadership challenge as CIOs and IT leaders is not only to describe what the new technology will do, but also to help people understand how their jobs will...

Seeing Past the Clouds: Evaluating Hosted vs. On-Premises Infrastructures
ES Outlook >> ciospeaks

Michael Everly, CIO, D&H Distributing

Reigning wisdom in the marketplace is if you’re not migrating your business functions to the cloud, you’re being left behind in the race to future-proof your network. As a distributor of networking technology, we constantly work with...

Navigating Through the Technology Landscape of the Construction Sector
ES Outlook >> cxoinsights

Jon Witty, VP & GM, Sage Construction and Real Estate

Most construction companies don’t roll out the red-carpet when it comes to making big investments in information technology. In fact most construction companies will invest in almost anything else, especially if it can be charged to a job....

Creating Integrated Workflows for an Evolving Company
ES Outlook >> ciospeaks

Mike Everly, CIO, D&H Distributing

D&H Distributing, one of North America’s most prominent technology companies, is celebrating its 100th year in business in 2018. In a full century, a company is bound to experience a considerable series of changes that can only be viewed...

Embracing Change for IT in the Construction Sector
ES Outlook >> ciospeaks

Jason R. Kasch, CIO, Structural Group

The need to get our hands around data sprawl has proliferated itself more so recently than at any time in the past. Numerous trade magazines I have read, analysts I have talked to, and CIO events I have attended over the past 5 years, have tried...

At the Cross-junction of IoT and IT Infrastructure
ES Outlook >> cxoinsights

Alex Bazin, VP, Head of IoT, Fujitsu

The heart of any successful IoT project is a clear business need. In recent years, these projects have tended to focus on efficiency savings or productivity gains, but this is changing. Today companies are looking to use technology to create new...

Leveraging College Interns as an Innovation Partner
ES Outlook >> cxoinsights

Vennard Wright, CIO, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC)

As Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC), which is a public water utility serving 1.8 million customers in Maryland, I am ultimately responsible for providing the requisite leadership to transform...

Leveraging College Interns as an Innovation Partner
ES Outlook >> cxoinsights

Vennard Wright, CIO, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC)

As Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC), which is a public water utility serving 1.8 million customers in Maryland, I am ultimately responsible for providing the requisite leadership to transform...

It's 2018
ES Outlook >> cxoinsights

Timothy Oliver, CIO, Horry County

The angst of every CIO is to have to budget for today, for dollars that won’t be spendable for at least six months. Worse yet, is projecting a five to seven year CIP. It is obvious, today’s budget dollars may be spent on technologies...

A Human- Centric Approach to IT
ES Outlook >> ciospeaks

Sankara “Vishi” Viswanathan, SVP & CIO, Day & Zimmermann

Imagine for a moment a CIO that has no technological training or background. Such an individual would go about managing his or her department quite differently than the majority of CIOs, who come up through the ranks of IT. This person would...

Natural Language Processing and the Future of Customer Service
ES Outlook >> ciospeaks

Blake Averill, CEO and Eugene Willard, CIO, LaserShip, Inc

When Watson played Jeopardy, one of the more powerful demonstrations of Artificial Intelligence (AI) was Watson’s ability to use Natural Language Processing (NLP) to field questions and respond with his answers. Behind the scenes, Watson was...

Speaking of Disruption: How Messaging & AI will Disrupt the Contact Center
ES Outlook >> cxoinsights

Evan Gerber, VP of Digital Strategy, Workplace Solutions, Fidelity Investments

Evolving customer preferences, powerful new messaging platforms, and AI-driven technologies are fundamentally altering how contact centers interact with digital channels. Organizations must react to this shift by focusing on their data strategy,...

Big Data: Changing the Way Logistic Companies Function Today
ES Outlook >> ciospeaks

Emile Zafirov, CIO, Logistics Plus

Challenges in technology to meet needs of the logistics sector Ability to integrate systems in a timely fashion, both internally and externally, and visibility are some of the biggest challenges we are dealing with. Many companies don’t...

Coyote Logistics: Creating Big News for Future
ES Outlook >> ciospeaks

Darren Cockrel, CIO, Coyote Logistics

Solutions as shield for present day challenges Most businesses these days are after more and more data; they’re looking for new ways to apply it to improve service and offer new op­tions—to help create some­thing more...

Refining Strategies to Ace Data Challenge
ES Outlook >> ciospeaks

Greg Woff, CIO, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Balancing technology services for our customers is a tremendous challenge. Figuring out where to invest scarce IT funds has always been difficult. In Life Sciences, the confluence of protected data (PHI) and ‘big data’ creates an even...

Collaboration is Critical to a Successful EA
ES Outlook >> cxoinsights

Michael Kalman, CIO, Hartville Pet Insurance Group

Not too long ago I attended a conference of CIOs. While waiting for the keynote to begin, I struck up a conversation with the man sitting next to me, a fellow CIO from the west coast. He said something to me regarding Enterprise Architecture (EA)...

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