Do you feel overwhelmed by the mountains of enterprise data from different sources and no respite in sight? Despite this information overload, does insight seem to elude you? This proliferation of data across multiple platforms and the need for faster insight has made the traditional ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) data process ineffective at handling and integrating voluminous unstructured and structured information.
Healthcare in the UK is going through a period of rapid evolution, innovating in response to unprecedented pressure created by an ageing population and relatively less funding being generated through taxation.
Data plays a crucial role in enabling businesses to deliver on their digital transformation strategies. In fact, as evidenced in the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal, it can make or break a business. By capitalising on enterprise information, businesses can unlock value to reveal hidden customer behaviour patterns.
It’s been a fantastic 24 months at Mastek - eight consecutive quarters of growth, revenue up 78%, 154% EBITDA growth, employee numbers up >50% taking us to over 2,000 ‘Mastekeers'. So why rebrand now? There are three simple reasons for the change...
In my previous blog in this series, I shared approaches to help respond to business challenges around quality through testing in BDD and effective test automation. In this final blog, I will highlight a key solution and its benefits to address these challenges.
Do you feel like you have all bases covered to make the organisational impact with your transformation programme? That it will be an easy tick in the box at the end of the project. You've got it all wrong then.
It’s no surprise then that over 80% of companies fail to some extent when delivering digital transformation. In this blog post, I've captured insights on digital transformation risks from Prahlad Koti, the Managing Director of our UK business. These recommendations are relevant whether you are embarking on a new transformation programme, and equally, if you need help with an existing or failing project.
As with everything that stands in the path of the digital revolution, things are changing in the world of application support and maintenance. The days when an old colleague of mine could tell me that support was just something tacked onto the end of an exciting application development project are behind us.
Only recently, the UK’s Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Jeremy Hunt, wrote a letter to colleagues appealing for ideas on how to fund the future of the NHS, and he appears to be open to radical and innovative ideas.
Following the success of our first internal Hackathon with Mastek, our key IT partner in June last year, we promised that we would run another one soon. Since it was a UK-based event, it was not available to our Mastek colleagues in Mumbai. Therefore, the concept of the first Together and Mastek Hackathon was born. This blog post captures my insights of the day without the use of too many techie terms along the way.
Will the dust ever settle on the data deceit of the century? Aka the violation of user data by Cambridge Analytica and lack of vigilance on the part of Facebook, which compromised the personal information of 50 million Facebook users. Only time will tell.