Jude Kishore

SaaS makes sense: 4 of the simplest reasons why

Technology must pervade, without the need to intrude. While technology itself may be getting more and more complex, the true objective of the IT vendor is to reduce the complexity of transactions for the customer business. A SaaS mode implementation strips the customer of practically all the responsibility of IT, giving the IT provider complete control over the 'how', to implement 'what' the customer has defined as their business goal. From the point of view of a technology partner, the control we gain comes with a great responsibility. Moving to a SaaS model isn't just a question of tech...
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Jitendra Sindhwani

Notes from the IATA AGM 2017: Key takeaways and a missing link

Last month, the beaches of Cancun, Mexico hosted a large group of airline CEOs, analysts and associated business leaders for the IATA AGM 2017. The present and the future of the aviation business were dissected and debated at the event, uncovering some very interesting potential for innovative technologies. IBS being a key strategic partner of IATA, I was accorded an invitation to the event along with Bratati Ghosh, Chief Marketing Officer. In addition to several direct meetings with our key customer base, the event gave us priceless inputs regarding the enhanced role we need to play in this h...
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Francis Wilson

A Tête-à-tête with the CEO

We recently caught up with Rajiv Shah, CEO, IBS Software Services, and talked about IBS' recent wins, innovation and industry trends. Following are the excerpts from the interview.Francis Wilson: Rajiv, thank you for taking the time to speak with me. I would like to start with IBS Software's recent successes and competitiveness in the global marketplace. Specifically, in light of IBS Software's recent deals with key tour and cruise operators like Hurtigruten and Celestyal Cruises, it is apparent that IBS Software is capable of competing with companies from around the world. As an Indian compan...
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