Blogs

Efficient Enterprise Data Integration Strategy with Connectors – Google BigQuery and MuleSoft Anypoint Connector

One of the main challenges faced by today’s enterprise architects or IT heads is finding a way to quickly plug in data-driven intelligence into their enterprise applications. The most common way to address this need is to implement integration platforms like AnyPoint in your enterprise data architecture. While many standard integrations such as CRMs and...

Video KYC – A Foolproof Formula For Social Distancing

The latest measure of social distancing could be worrisome and may have restricted our routine financial activities. No worries, here is some good news! The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has taken a great initiative to retire the traditional paper-based KYC method for customer identification and digitalize the KYC process for the lending and non-lending ecosystem. Yes,...

5 Reasons Why The Digital Lending Explosion Is A Certainty

Recently, the finance minister talked about loans for micro, small and medium scale enterprises (MSMEs) on the basis of GST invoices they file. Interesting! This adds another type of loan to a long list of loan categories. Loans are an integral part of our lives. They could be personal loans, car loans, home loans, or...

AWS Fargate – A Quick Introduction & Why Is It Awesome

AWS Fargate - A perfect middle ground between EC2 and Lambda based serverless architecture When your product or offerings are in an early stage, there are a lot of unknowns related to timelines for adoption as well as the speed at which adoption will shoot up. You want the product to scale up or down as...

Top two trends seen at Engage 2020

After all the meetings, the conversations, the follow-ups, the presentations and travel, I have finally found time to relax a bit and put together my analysis of what I saw at Engage 2020. Like every year, the conference was packed with demonstrations and discussions around digital transformation. Avaya’s tagline this year was “all in” and...

Quantum Computing

This recent announcement from Google is absolutely jaw-dropping. Google says that its 54-qubit Sycamore processor was able to perform a calculation in 200 seconds that would have taken the world’s most powerful supercomputer 10,000 years. Is this real?  Many of you have been asking me what quantum computing is all about? So, I will cover...