Business analytics has evolved in the last couple of years from being enterprise IT’s domain to now being more for the business end user. Earlier, enterprise IT would roll out dashboards that enterprise users might access. However, enterprise IT now allows governed data discovery with visual dashboards developed by the…
Peter Drucker a famous Management consultant, educator, and author once said – The best way to predict the future is to create it. Looking at the Gartner latest report it seems the ERP industry is determined to turn the quote into reality. The latest forecast showcases the fact that spending on enterprise application management software will grow by 7.5 percent and could reach $149.9 billion by the end of 2015 and by 2019, the prediction says that the industry may grow over 201$ billion. The way now ERP solutions are built have seen a significant change and are greatly influenced by technology, economic and business trends. The current trends that are shaping up the technology and ERP industry are the consumerization of IT, the global impact of the Internet and the emergence of cloud-based…
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In April this year India’s largest fashion portal Myntra.com shuttered its website and went app only. According to some estimates, Myntra pulled around 80% of its traffic and 60% of sales through mobile apps. This made sense for Myntra. However, most enterprises are today struggling to decide on their mobile…
Build or Pay? As a developer or a company owner did you ever got stuck in a dilemma to build software in-house or explore a third party vendor and buy it? Often it’s a tough choice to get a one-word answer as YES or NO, as the situation itself is quite ambiguous. However, if you believe in “If you want to do something right, Do it yourself” the best choice is to go and build tools yourself rather than using a standard version available in the market. The upcoming lines would narrate the same experience we had in MpowerSoft and how the team decided to go ahead and build the tools, which would prove every worth of building them in-house.
How it All Started – a Short Story
During an open session at MpowerSoft…
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By Udit Rastogi
The modern era of business works on a simple principle of providing quality services, and to keep up the pace in the current competitive market you need to have an extra edge over your competitors. One of the simplest ways of achieving it would be to ensure delivering a regressively tested product. Testing a product is quite a dependent on the flexibility, re-usability, and maintenance efforts of the test tools. TTCN-3 the distributed, the independent testing platform is an answer to all such queries. The tool is not only used by the Mpower Testing team but is extensively used by Business Analysts to streamline and optimize process flows and business flow
What is TTCN-3 and how Mpower Team Benefits from it
Testing and Test Control Notation version 3 well known as TTCN-3 is a robustly typed test scripting language widely used in conformance testing of various sectors…
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A famous joke on NoSQL did its round on internet -“A DBA walks into a NoSQL bar, but turns and leaves because he couldn’t find a table”.
Did the DBA headed back to his home or went to an SQL bar, the story never concluded. However the debate of SQL and NoSQL is still on! The simple reason being that all the sectors are now moving online and so the technology need to support this movement. The data which is growing bigger and bigger each day is needed by firms may be for analytics, for research or for sales. Either the companies simply store the lump sum data in another dead server or they with the new technology use this data to improve and enhance the sales. The storehouse in the technical world is referred to as “SQL Database” and quite recently another of this advancement has sneaked…
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It’s been more than four months that I resigned from my previous organization [one of the expertise in Trade automation], but still whenever I speak about algo trading I often get questions like – isn’t it same as High Frequency Trading.
So, I just thought of putting a post and here it is –
What is Algorithmic Trading?
As mentioned in my previous article – Algorithmic Trading [AlT] from a Laymen Perspective, AlT is slicing of the order to achieve a good price for a specific period of time and moderate the aggressiveness in the market. Continue reading