ThoughtWorks: Revving Up Your Engine: The Nuts and Bolts |


Without a doubt, every industry is being impacted by the exponential rate of technological change these days. Consider this – 2017 is the 10-year anniversary of the iPhone. Today, there are 2.6 billion smartphone subscriptions globally, and that number is expected to increase to 6.1 billion smartphone users by 2020. Simply put, we are at an exciting inflection point in our collective history as science fiction becomes our more

Software and consulting company Datavard expands into Asia.


Datavard takes the next step in its global strategy by opening the doors of its first office in Singapore. The goal is to further extend international presence, develop new markets and position Datavard as expert in analytics, data management and system operations in the SAP world.

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WNS to Acquire Denali Sourcing Services


WNS Limited, a leading provider of global Business Process Management (BPM) services, today announced that on January 10, 2017, the company entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Denali Sourcing Services, a leading provider of strategic procurement BPM solutions. read more

More CFOs concerned with impact of data on corporate reporting


LONDON. CFOs are being left exposed as the increasing volume and pace of data impacts their ability to provide meaningful insights to boards at speed with no errors. This is according to a new report by EY Financial Accounting and Advisory Services (FAAS), which finds that 66% of respondents worldwide say this issue is having a significant impact on the effectiveness of corporate reporting, up from 57% in 2015.

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Why we play the blame game


As we are seeing all too vividly at Euro 2016, when the team loses, the manager is usually the first person to get the blame. read more

Time to re-think Talent: why entrepreneurial consultancies trump the ‘doomed’ big firm model when it comes to attracting the best talent - Simon Dennis is a Founding Director at Gate One


Having just made our 50th hire as a business in our third year of trading has caused more than a few moments of reflection recently: Is there a magic formula for finding the perfect hire for our business?.. How many people do we need to meet to recognise the stars? What would have become of the gems who got away? The last question is purely whimsical conjecture, of course. But I believe I am getting closer to a scientific answer to the first more