In the past few years, the IT industry has seen more and more organisations offshoring/outsourcing their IT service needs.

There has been a constant dramatic evolution of technology. Things like Business Analytics are no longer a luxury; they rather have become a necessity for the business, which requires a specific set of skills to be developed.

Finding the right partners for your varied technology needs and bringing them together to help you run your business hassle free is vital. It especially takes the front seat in a scenario where you might have one vendor for your ERP system, another vendor for your CRM system, third vendor for your Business Analytics & Custom Applications, fourth vendor for your Mobility needs and so on. Continue reading »

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Any custom built functionality can be added to SharePoint 2013 either by classic SharePoint solutions approach or through SharePoint Apps. Until recently, ISVs and Partners were using classic SharePoint solution approach to deploy add-ons and other functionalities to their SharePoint environment. But in SharePoint 2013 there is an option to build apps for SharePoint 2013 and host them from completely different environment. It has proven to be a better way to expand and extend the SharePoint 2013 functionalities. Continue reading »

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The debate over the choice of web apps and native apps for mobile BI is a never ending one and also does not have a definitive answer to it. Both have their own pros and cons and each one could be beneficial to a business in different ways.

We’ll first take a look at what a native and web app are before getting into the post. Native apps are platform/device specific apps downloaded to your device and they can leverage the hardware, UI and features specific to a platform/mobile device. Whereas, a web app will work on any compatible browser, regardless of the platform and device but will be limited in its functionality as compared to a native app. Continue reading »

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The functionality enabling to work with CRM and Power BI together gives you the opportunity to create reports out of your CRM data in a simple excel sheet and also facilitates you to publish/share the report across your organization.

Power BI tools help you connect to any external or internal data systems and edit them in an easy to work with excel format without tampering with the real data, make analysis and create reports.

Power Query helps you to connect to OData feed and various other data sources. You can just connect and access your CRM data by signing in with your organizational account. And once it gets connected, all your CRM entities will appear on the right side of your excel workbook. This lets you select the ones that you want to work with and edit. Continue reading »

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What is big data analytics?

In current scenario, data is produced in all sizes and forms faster than ever before. Big data analytics is nothing but capturing and combining these data for comprehensive insights and faster decisions. Analyzing a large volume of data to reveal unseen trends, unidentified correlation, customer preferences, current market trend and to predict scope for your products in the near future. It is one step further to that of traditional business intelligence, which deals with less volume of structured data compared to big data analytics. Continue reading »

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