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Digital Quality Assurance: Insights and Trends Shaping Banking and Financial Services
In the face of surging digital disruption, banks and financial institutions need to hone a critical focus on digital quality assurance to ensure and enhance the end-user experience. We explore the testing issues relating to the cloud, mobility, big data analytics, Agile and DevOps, and suggest a quality assurance strategy.
How Auto-Scaling Techniques Make Public Cloud Deployments More Cost-Effective
Organizations using public cloud infrastructure are wise to deploy auto-scaling that adjusts server counts in response to sales volume fluctuations. We offer an approach for calculating the optimum minimal number of servers.
Mastering Code Halos: Using Digital Insights to Drive Customer Experiences
Are you ready to harness the power of Code Halos? Connect with Cognizant and Salesforce for a unified data strategy across your enterprise.
Why New‑age IT Operating Models are Necessary for Enhanced Operational Agility
IT organizations need a new operating model consisting of automated tools, refined thinking around operating discipline and more relevant talent acquisition and management strategies. This new model will not only help IT deliver tailored services to a new generation of users, but it will also unlock the vast potential of emerging digital business opportunities made possible by the quickly maturing SMAC Stack.
Making Multicloud Application Integration More Efficient
With the dramatic, ever-growing increase of companies migrating applications and data to public and private clouds, the integration of cloud and on-premises applications is both absolutely essential and extremely complex. We offer a brief roadmap to establishing a "cloud console" for integrating multicloud environments.
Future-Proofing Insurance: Deepening Insights, Reinventing Processes and Reshaping Services
Insurance carriers face an imminent sea change in how their mission-critical processes remain efficient, agile and innovative. Ensuring relevance in the future requires redefined business models fueled by heightened productivity across “business as usual” activities.
Key Factors to Consider When Hosting DAM in the Cloud
Detailed evaluation of various digital asset management (DAM) hosting service models—such as infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and software as a service (SaaS)—including costs, advantages and disadvantages, a set of prospective questions for DAM vendors and a use case example.
Cloud CRM's Evolution and Impact on QA
Cloud-based applications such as customer relationship management (CRM) systems require a testing approach suitable to this platform. We offer such a model, using Salesforce.com as one of our examples.
Digitizing Automotive Financing: The Road Ahead
The evolution of digital technologies is enabling automotive financing companies to connect and interact with their customers, allowing auto lenders to take advantage of a new "e-mechanism" for engaging consumers amid digital mind and market shifts.
Informed Manufacturing: Reaching for New Horizons
Although still in its infancy, informed manufacturing—making the right information available in the right form at the right time—is advancing across industry sectors. Cognizant's recent in-depth study involving interviews with manufacturing CXOs, engineering firms, service and IT providers, academia and industry analysts worldwide, revealed that while most companies understand the significance of informed manufacturing, many are proceeding carefully—working to balance the conflicting priorities of managing day-to-day business while focusing on innovation and breakthrough initiatives. They see external support as a critical success factor.