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Innovecs works across a variety of domains, such as logistics, healthcare, ecommerce, fintech, ad tech, gaming, and much more. Our senior engineers have worked with different types of expertise.

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Helping Your Business to Make A Scalable Web Application Architecture

The statistics below demonstrate the quantity of Facebook users globally that has been exponentially growing over the last five years. This year, the number of customers will reach US$1.69 billion, compared to US$1.34 million in 2014.

Another example is Google, with its 1.5 billion Gmail users. Due to such a colossal flow of users, Facebook and Google have to keep up with it and perform rapidly, allowing millions of people to access their accounts immediately, and use all of the functions available hassle-free. That’s an example of scalability in action.

Most companies necessitating scalable sites will never reach the scale of the modern social media giants or e-commerce industry leaders, but they do need to take into account the possible increase in customers and load. For this purpose, organizations have to be ready to scale their architecture anytime.

Supply Chain Analytics: A Full Guide To Getting Started

In most enterprises, supply chains have evolved over the decades and become more intricate than ever. Each one can potentially produce large amounts of data from various sources available and all types of formats.

Companies have to network with various suppliers, partners, and other third parties to properly run supply chain management (SCM). And since there is a lot of data generated across the entire SC, leaders also need to extract intelligence out of it. Today it is possible thanks to affordable computing power available on a massive scale. In other words, combining Big Data and advanced analytics allows for building different instruments to get essential insights and transform information into business intelligence (BI).

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Successful Global Supply Chain Management

The value of effective global supply chain management is increasing each year, as nearly 10-12% of global GDP comprises logistics activities. This percentage shows that people tend to consume more and more. And along with the need to get the deliveries on time, customers seek a seamless and superfast shopping experience.

Thus, 30% of businesses worldwide stated that their primary objective is to satisfy the rapidly changing customer requirements, which can result in the company’s success. Indeed, companies with high-performing supply chains get more revenues, than the average logistics performers.

With this in mind, leaders have to find out the ways to transform their global supply chain management and to adapt to growing customer mandates. According to a recent report Future State of Digital Supply Chain Transformation, over 75% of companies consider the integration of digital tools as a very important component in achieving effective supply chain management (SCM).

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Biggest Challenges in Financial Sector and Tech Solutions to Overcome Them

The financial services market has seen radical technology-led changes over the past few years. Many leaders look to their IT departments to improve performance and promote game-changing innovation – while somehow reducing costs and, at the same time,  continuing to use legacy systems.

“To succeed in this rapidly changing landscape, IT executives will need to agree with the rest of the management team on the posture they wish to adopt. Will they try to be industry leaders, fast followers, or will they just react? Whichever direction they choose, they will need to devise a clear strategy to move forward.” FS Tech 2020 and Beyond: Embracing disruption

Meantime, fintech startups are disrupting the established markets, leading with user-centric solutions developed from scratch and unencumbered by legacy platforms.

Customers have certain expectations and are now necessitating better services, seamless experiences regardless of channel, and more value for their money. Also, regulators demand more from the industry and have started to adopt new technologies that will transform their ability to gather and analyze data. And the pace of drastic change is not even at the peak.

There is no doubt that technology is affecting financial services in multiple ways. The PWC report suggests ten key influencers that IT executives need to address while strategic planning for 2020 and beyond.

Each of these drivers is likely to change financial services companies and their management teams in far-reaching ways. And while each can have a disproportionately strong effect on a given country, customer set, or industry sector, they all present opportunities for the thinking executive to go ahead.

Knowing a robotics era is coming, for example, you have a choice: to harness the innovation, or to see others benefit from a global shift. The section below sets up challenges around these ten influencers: to know them, get ready for them, and see how to employ them to get a competitive advantage.

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Whitepaper: Solutions to Cut Costs and Improve Productivity in Logistics

In 2017, the logistics industry reached $1,171B. This is as much as today’s Indonesia’s and twice as much as Belgium’s GDPs. Additionally, logistics is expected to grow to $1,374B by 2023.

Despite intensive development, transportation and logistics (T&L) continue to have low digitization. Only 28% of companies have rated themselves as “advanced” in this area. Other domains demonstrate considerably higher ratings. For instance, 41% of automotive and 45% of electronics companies brag about their “digital culture.”

This whitepaper will illustrate why T&L needs to be digitized, the behind-the-scenes challenges, and how software can impact the efficiency of T&L processes.

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Whitepaper: Image Recognition to Enhance Warehouse Challenges

Against the background of ubiquitous automation, some warehouse domains remain only slightly automated. This leads to errors and inefficiencies in warehouse management.

This whitepaper focuses on realms that can be enhanced with image recognition. So far, automated systems can distinguish a pattern of loaded packages and send alerts about potential problems.

If you’d like to get rid of wrong packages in your production line, or in the stacked pallets, find less-than-fully loaded pallets, or conduct automatic inventory, this whitepaper is for you.

At Innovecs, we’ve already made strides in solving such issues and are ready to share our experiences. Read on how

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