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Millennials and the Cloud: A perfect match!

On February 26, an exclusive group of digital leaders met at the Quality Leadership Circle to discuss about "Cloud, what else?" and explore the challenges and opportunities in adopting cloud strategies.

Behavior Driven Development (BDD) in an agile context: A real-life project experience

Behavior Driven Development (BDD) is a method invented by Dan North that focuses on describing application behavior in a formalized notation using concrete examples. When it comes to implementing BDD in a real project, it has many advantages but also some pitfalls. I had the opportunity to gain experience with BDD in a couple of projects. In this blog, I will share my thoughts and learnings from one such project on how to approach applying behavior driven development in an agile software development team.

International Women's Day: Celebrating women at the helm

We're talking to chatbots, we're developing Artificial Intelligence and we'll soon be sitting in self-driving cars. But even more than 100 years after the first 'International Women's Day', this day, when women celebrate their social, economic, cultural, and political achievements, is as relevant today as the latest technological advances. The stellar contributions of many ladies like Clara Zetkin, Rosa Parks, Malala Yousafzai and Simone de Beauvoir have played a pivotal role in shaping our lives for the better. They stood up for the social equality of women, initiated critical movements, fought the oppression of women in their homeland and turned the thinking of many people upside down. We too at Nagarro have many outstanding women shaping our business to its best. They are confident and successful. They are always game for any challenge and drive improvements in their sphere of work. They are everywhere across the world and all of them give their success a voice. At this year's 'International Women’s Day' on March 8th, we would like to ask five of them to step up to the curtain:

Cross-functional team collaboration - how to make it work

Implementing complex IT projects successfully requires the co-operation of all teammates and roles. It’s like a football match where each player has a specific role in the team, and they come together to support critical situations, taking responsibility on the pitch. It is precisely this synergy that creates a good team, pursuing a common goal.

Digital lending trends in 2020: What’s new?

In the last decade, the financial industry has witnessed tremendous technological disruption. This disruption has impacted the existing business models, and also led to the advent of new ones. Digital payments, open banking, automated underwriting, mobile banking, peer-to-peer lending, and digital authentication are some of the business models that came into existence only in the last decade. The major driving forces behind these transformations were enhancing customer satisfaction, lowering the cost, and creating alternative product options, curated based on customer’s needs.

PSD2: A quantum leap towards data security and transparency

In a world ruled by digital platforms that empower customers and provide transparency, secure handling of data is a must. All organizations store Personally Identifiable Information (PII) to iron out authentication delays in any customer journey, thus making data security critical. After all, customers must trust the platform while sharing PIIs because “trust” is the foundation of a healthy and durable customer-client relationship.

Friends with benefits: Staying PAWSitive with AWWdorable pets!

Waking up to a nudge of a wet nose or a slobbery lick on your face is unarguably one of the best ways to begin a day. Who needs an alarm clock when you have a pet?!

Subscription strategy - a must-have before implementing the content paywall

Have you noticed a reduction in the number of people reading newspapers when you commute to work? Do you think your business is getting impacted because more people are reading online as opposed to offline? If your answer to any of the above questions is yes, then paywall is the need of the hour.

Knowledge management during service transition and beyond

Knowledge management ensures that the right information is delivered to the appropriate place or person at the right time. It enables organizations to improve the quality of management decision-making by ensuring that reliable and secure information and data is available throughout the service lifecycle.

Tracing organic cotton to its origin using blockchain

Can technology trace the origin of the cotton fabric you are wearing, down to the farmer? The answer is yes. With blockchain technology, it is now possible to trace cotton fabric down to the fundamental level of raw materials or crop, and ensure transparency that the final product is actually 'organic'.  Cotton is the most widely used fabric all over the world and accounts for over 40 percent of the total global fiber production. To meet this demand, farmers use high-yielding genetically modified plants, with excessive pesticides and fertilizers. The crop pollutes the environment and the end products are full of chemicals and can cause allergic skin reactions.

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