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Computers are finite machines; when given the same input, they always produce the same output.

— Greg M. Perry
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An Insight into Why ERP Implementation Fails

It is reported that, more than 29% of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Implementation fails to suit and deliver the planned business aids. As people see, IT as an essential functional requirement for operational efficiency, ERP comes as a heart and soul of IT.   ERP plays a central governing and collaborating tool for the organization which gives a principal input to management to apprehend... read more

Beat the Password Security Threats with Myki

Every one of us have multiple accounts for online shopping, banking, emailing and social networking. It is of course not easy to remember passwords of this sheer bulk of accounts and it’s quite natural not to recall those which you might not have used for past few days.     An obvious solution for easy-goers is to keep either the same password for all the accounts or to keep guessable passwords.... read more

Technology Value Matrix of ERP

The ERP markets have been expressively playing roles to digitize their presence and maximize their reach through their principal product structures and values. The dynamic ERP markets are showing a competing market through developing cutting edge technology by delivering functional depth and adaptation.   The modern approach of implementing a quick risk-free ERP is building best of combinations of... read more

Will Artificial Intelligence Remove the Human Experience of “Learning by Doing”?

The evolution of full Artificial Intelligence could lead to the end of the human race. It could re-design itself at an ever increasing rate and would do well on its own. Humans limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete, and would be superseded. When Stephen Hawking told BBC this on 25th July 2017, he was extremely positive about the pivotal role Artificial Intelligence (AI) would play... read more

Machine Learning to Improve Customer Experience and Retention

  A common problem faced by almost all types of businesses is customer retention. According to the Harvard Business School, an increase in customer retention by just 5 percent, can lead to an increase in profits by 25 percent to 95 percent.   Business leaders always keep looking for strategies to improve their customers’ experience with a hope of their retention for a sustainable business.... read more

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