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  Future IT (Web 2.0, Cloud and other emerging technologies) Future IT (Web 2.0, Cloud and other emerging technologies)


Company Name Description
1 Anglo American Skype for Business was released in October 2009 and as such we were an early adopter of that service from Skype, who had until then been purely consumer focused.
2 Corporate Express
(division of Staples)
Our architecture is focused on reliably delivering the applications and information that allow the business to stay competitive or become more competitive – shifting from defense to offense.
3 Entracity, inc The primary benefits realized from the flexible open architecture of entracity’s technology suite are the proven ability to quickly develop and deploy numerous varied client applications supporting real time content & media aggregation in a cost effective manner.
4 Intel Corporation These architectures enable us to deliver cloud computing benefits and position us to utilize external clouds over time as technologies and supplier business models mature.
5 ADP India Private Limited This is the first initiative from our team. This has given us and the onsite team enough fuel to ignite our ideas and work on them to stride our future path.
6 Symantec Software Symantec OpsCenter is a Web-based software integration framework that helps organizations by providing visibility into their data protection environment.
7 Hubspan Hubspan’s architecture initiatives support the implementation of a world-class cloud-based integration platform. Our flagship solution, WebSpan Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Integration is a joint offering through our partnership with IBM
8 MindView TechSoft Pvt Ltd The requirement we are doing for TransSrv Corporation and we are implementing the Oracle Fusion Middleware solution with enterprise architecture to the organization. The portal will allow users to have access to data from Siebel, Oracle applications along with access to product documentations
9 FORBES MARSHALL GROUP Virtualization….this is now a buzzword in the IT world. At a global level this concept took off couple of years ago but in India this is still at a stage of infancy.
The first time that users in FM heard this word in their own context was in Aug, 2008. At that point in time FM was the only company in Pune in the Manufacturing sector that had started talking about virtualization
10 Sagarius Software
The reason behind this initiative is that, in India especially in the educational sector, almost all students and staff related data (including examination performance and attendance details) are manually recorded in registers and ledger. We are developing an application which utilises Google spreadsheets as the primary database.
11 Novell Inc NCSS was designed by addressing the needs of 3 stakeholders 1.Cloud Service Provider 2. Saas/PaaS provider 3. Cloud service consumer.
12 Subscribe-HR HR and Recruitment platform has been built specifically to benefit HR departments across multiple industries and organizations.