Relevance of Social Technologies on Enterprises
Hemant Kumar | Chief Architect, Digital Harbor
With 16+ years of rich IT experience, Hemant has engineered several technology platforms to solve complex business problems across enterprises and has effectively scaled the architectures to accommodate thousands of users.
At Digital Harbor, Hemant is responsible for architecture and design of Social Enterprise Technology platform, world’s first enterprise platform that delivers conversational applications. Prior to Digital Harbor, Hemant has been instrumental in setting up highly differentiated teams, building platforms and products serving a variety of domains including Retail, Human Resource and Finance. Hemant has a Bachelor’s degree in physics, mathematics and computer science
A consumer who wants to purchase a budget smart phone, with specific features, instantly connects with one’s friends, shares his / her selection gets quick recommendations, checks for user reviews online, compares and quickly makes an informed decision within minutes. On the other hand, the core business in any enterprise still relies on old infrastructure ranging from mainframes to centralized data warehouses. They remain rigid and inelastic to changes in the business environment. Enterprise applications are still stuck in the past.
- How will it be if we introduce such social technologies to the enterprises?
- How this will create a trans formative effect on enterprises?
- How it will drastically reduce process turn-around times?
- How it will help business users in making informed decisions?