Vaishnavi J Desai

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AutonomIQ appoints Nataraj Narayan as President and MD

The former KPIT CIO, Nataraj Narayan will focus on his expertise for building products using AI and autonomous technologies.

Max Life Insurance’s IT Head Ekhlaque Bari quits

Ekhlaque Bari has been pivotal in driving the Lean IT concept which includes digital everything-customer, seller and employee.

Gearing up to make India a Centre of Excellence: Anjali Arora, Rocket Software

Anjali Arora, Chief Product Officer, Rocket Software, explains the company’s R&D strategy for India, aggressive hiring plans aligning with the Indian talent pool, and the growth potentials they offer.

Mani Mulki moves to Tata Capital as CIO

Mani Mulki will focus on digitization and capitalizing on the booming fintech domain.

India is the new R&D hub for major multinationals: Sarv Sarvanan, DELL EMC

With major multinationals opening their R&D centers in the country, India moves from being a service-provider to innovation hub, says Sarv Sarvanan, Senior VP and GM, Dell EMC CoE. He also discusses the digitization wave and Dell EMC CoE's part in it. 



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Karnataka Elections 2018: Chunavana app eases your polling day woes

Chunavana app helps you avoid long queues at the polling station, assists in navigation to reach the booth, and helps to book any emergency aid.

Zeta to invest in AI, ML next: Ramki Gaddipati, CTO

Ramki Gaddipati, CTO and co-founder of Zeta reveals how digitized tax-saving reimbursements, e-rewards and recognition, and the automated cafeteria is benefitting corporate India.

Finally! Tim Cook reveals Apple’s retail store plans for India

After government approved single-brand retail stores can be opened through automatic route with 100 percent FDI, Apple CEO Tim Cook reveals plans for India.

How AI predicts your next employee, and engages the current one

Prashant John, co-founder, Kwench Global Technologies, reveals how companies are using AI in the employee engagement, hiring, and productivity space.



Trump plans cancelling work permit for spouses of H-1B visa holders; 70,000 to lose job

The move to end work permit for H-4 visa holders may impact Indians who are the major beneficiaries of the Obama-administration rule.