At NASSCOM 2019, Executives Shared Best Practices for Addressing New Opportunities

R. Bhattacharyya

Summary Bullets:

  • IT services players must change their ways to be more effective partners to their clients.
  • At the NASSCOM Technology & Leadership Forum (NTLF) 2019, held in Mumbai, India in late February, Indian and international industry leaders shared best practices for managing AI’s impact on staff, reskilling teams, developing deeper customer relationships, and cultivating a culture that embraces change.

It’s not only about finding the right technology, curating large amounts of data, or identifying the best use cases. Successful AI depends on changing business processes. We often focus on the change that needs to take place at the enterprise, but what about the changes that IT services providers need to make in order to better serve their customers? IT services players must also change their ways to be more effective partners to their clients. Continue reading “At NASSCOM 2019, Executives Shared Best Practices for Addressing New Opportunities”

Operationalizing AI for Broader Adoption

R. Bhattacharyya

Summary Bullets:

  • A shortage of skilled AI professionals is one of the biggest hurdles to broader AI adoption by enterprises.
  • Salesforce is embedding its solutions with Einstein-powered AI to make the technology more accessible to non-data scientists.

Businesses need artificial intelligence (AI) solutions that can be easily adopted and manipulated by line-of-business users. Although many organizations are eager to adopt AI, they are often held back by a lack of access to data scientists that can curate data and develop AI models that address their specific needs. This skills shortage is one of the top hurdles facing organizations when it comes to operationalizing AI. And it is precisely this challenge that Salesforce is looking to address by embedding its solutions with Einstein-powered AI. Continue reading “Operationalizing AI for Broader Adoption”