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4 critical areas to consider when testing mobile banking apps

Mobile banking users will double and hit a quarter of the world's population by 2019, says a KPMG report. Gartner says that it expects 50 percent of consumers in mature markets to use smartphones or wearables for mobile payments by 2018. With the ...

Taking off: Implementing “Agile” in aviation

Estimated at $556bni, the aviation industry is run by a vast ocean of products and services that work together seamlessly to make sure flights take-off and land on time, the passengers are safe and entertained, and the overall business is ...

"The Brightest Minds" come here to shine

I started off as a technologist, architecting solutions for one of the leading money transfer organizations in the world. Then I transitioned to delivery management in the public sector practice for one of the most vibrant cities in the world. ...

Global Company, Local Culture

Our world is flat, isn’t it? In a global market that is increasingly dominated by digital processes and where political and historical boundaries are rapidly losing relevance, companies of all sizes and from various industries regard the seemingly ...

Being a global organization

As an agile company, Nagarro is fast evolving into a real global organization in two ways. On the one hand, we have an increasing number of customers located and operating around the globe. On the other, our own organization is growing rapidly ...

Creating experiences that delight

Building anything worthwhile is a labor of love. Building products that people love to use is no different.

Balancing process and agility in a growing organization

Most organizations consider process and agility as mutually exclusive. The contention is that focus on one would naturally result in the dilapidation of the other. This philosophy typically results in a rigid dichotomy, wherein one hand of the ...

Are you a BA in an Agile project or an Agile BA?

In an agile environment, particularly in the case of large scale globally distributed teams, a Business Analyst (BA) does not just have to be ‘a universal communicator’ of requirements, but also has to act as the product owner. There is a school of ...

To Know Us Is to Love Us

I’m a lifetime New Yorker, and so by default I’m meant to be a jaded New Yorker. Perhaps we *may* just have a tendency to look at things a bit more cynically – we’ve seen it all. So, when I started at Nagarro, I assumed that we were in business for ...

The Joy of Making

Here’s a game to play on long trans-continental flights.