Readers of my previous article, which sought to debunk some of the myths around robotic process automation and artificial intelligence, were hopefully convinced to not be fearful of an impending jobs apocalypse.
I feel sorry for the management of Blockbuster as I pass through this store in my neighbourhood. I have personal memories with this store. I grew here, from the kids section to romantic to the forbidden section of adult movies.
Automation mixed in with emerging artificial intelligence is a wonderful way for online article writers to lure in readers with scary headlines about robots taking everyone’s jobs, but like most clickbait, the truth is far less dramatic.
The Big 4s need to evolve from being a polished "bodyshopper" to an IP based business model. My views have been covered in today's Australian Financial Review on the same.
Big Data and Data Analytics are constantly impacting and changing the business models.
Data Analytics and outsourcing (onshore/offshore) goes hand with hand as organisations find it difficult to find, attract and retain resources with contemporary skill sets such as Data Scientists with multidisciplinary experience.
It might be the optimal strategy to outsource (onshore/offshore) to vendor (Strategic Partner) from day one.
"Which" data analytics vendors have "What" capabilities, from "where" they will serve you and "how" to engage with them, "what" should be a optimal "Target Operating Model" and "why" they should be selected.
All these key questions has been addressed in this Guest Column which has been published in the Australian Financial Review. It can be downloaded from here and can be viewed online here.
Recent elections results in India would impact outsourcing strategies of the global organisation in medium to long term. It is predicted to have positive impact on Socio-economic structure which would have dramatic impact on cost structure of doing business or running operations in India.