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It requires a vast investment to integrate the geographical information system (GIS) into any business. However, the investment can easily go in vain if the chosen platform and custom application do not meet the business needs. The current GIS market is moving towards the trend where target business leveraging the benefits ...
of relying on the data hosting partners to manage their services. This enables the business to optimally utilize assets, and ability to service their needs so that client focuses only on their core business. There are both small and large players who face regular challenges in asset management and yet are not keen to invest in-house in map data and applications. In order to cater to this, the data hosting platform for GIS hosts online mapping services.
Read on to know more about this concept and how this can be best illustrated by a platform hosting up-to-date online mapping services to cater to location based services (LBS) and fleet management services (FMS).
Do you use a map to navigate from point A to point B? What do you use as the source and destination? How many times did you end up landing in a wrong place or to a destination...
that was closed or temporarily shifted? How many times have you been around a certain place trying to identify the exact store or restaurant in spite of using the maps? Why do you face these troubles and how can you solve them? In this paper, we will address these questions through understanding the concept of “point of interest” (POI).
With the world going increasingly digital, retailers are dealing with the challenges of rapid changes in customer habits, technologies, and the economic environment. While ...
Internet retail giants have a head start, largely traditional retailers can maximize the effectiveness of their online investments by utilizing the model of a digital assembly line.
Digital ecosystem offers tremendous opportunities for enterprises to get closer to customers by leveraging seamless integration between business and technology. Long-term survival of enterprises depend on their ability to lead ...
with different innovations, be bold and relentless, and have the willingness to disrupt traditional BPO support models. In this thought paper, we have discussed how enterprises are combating emerging challenges in the digital age, in order to lead transformation efforts - with innovative and disruptive models.
Today, customer services and the digital medium are interconnected. The customer is smarter and informed, less patient and more demanding. There is an increased ...
need for businesses to become smarter than their customers, and be a step ahead. This requires a well thought-through process, and the right systems to predict what the customers want.
Traditional BPO services such as F&A, customer service, S&P, and HRO were some of the dots that made up the BPO picture. However, the ‘digital’ wave is now becoming an increasingly important dot to connect to ...
complete the BPO picture. Enterprises want to extract maximum returns from their digital marketing spends. While traditional media companies have been catering to this market, the stage is set for a new kind of digital service provider – the next-gen digital ITES agency.
Business dynamics has changed for advertisers and media agencies as it has for other industries with the expansion of digital ...
technologies and marketing. This paper explores how a new business model – Marketing-as-a-Service – has emerged striking a balance amongst various players, helping marketing, and advertising move from fragile to agile.