Plain Vs Fancies – Changing Priorities of Airline Industry

Beginning of this year, there were great expectations for Airline Industry. An increase in passenger volume from 4.59 Billion (2019) to 4.72 Billion (2020) An increase in revenue from $838 Billion (2019) to $872 Billion (2020) An increase in net profit from $$25.9 Billion (2019) to $29.3 Billion (2020) Assuming a slight increase in economic […]

Oracle Engineered Systems for Dummies: for Decision Making [PART 4 & Final]

Click the following links to read previous parts of this series Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Oracle Engineered Systems as Simplified Cloud The term “Simplified Cloud” is coined by Oracle earlier has been transformed recently to “on premise, cloud at customer and public cloud”. Essentially Oracle say that, its systems are extremely flexible in […]

Oracle Engineered Systems for Dummies: for Decision Making [PART 3]

This is a series to support decision makers to analyse current data on existing environments and take right decision to adopt (or not to) Oracle Engineered Systems.

Oracle Engineered Systems for Dummies: for Decision Making [PART 2]

Click Here to read the first part of this series. Availability in Oracle Engineered Systems One of the prominent features of any Engineered System offered by oracle is its exceptional availability. The products , especially the flagship product “Exadata” comes with the label of Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA). The Oracle Engineered System (OES) products claim […]

Oracle Engineered Systems for Dummies : for Decision Making [PART 1]

Disclaimer Those who are confident and absolutely convinced about Oracle Engineered Systems and its impacts (positives and negatives), please drop right away and save your time. This is not your cup of tea. If you are a decision maker or an influencer who seek quick help to get the insights on purchasing Oracle Engineered Systems, […]

Going Digital: Preaching Vs Practice

While search through the offerings of any business globally, one could find that, DIGITAL is a common, magic jargon attached to anything and everything; irrespective of product or service. Rightfully, everyone is aware that, absence of digitalization of services or products will eliminate them from the market; sooner or later. While this sentiment is strong […]

Digital transformation of an ethical beauty to greedy aunt

Google, a highly ethical, beautiful and intelligent young lady twenty years ago, has been digitally transformed to a selfish and greedy aunt? That’s what WSJ’s investigative article says. Google always claimed that its search algorithms are objective and completely autonomous, and wont be susceptible by human biases or business considerations. But recent investigations and researches prove […]

The Discriminating Artificial Intelligence

The modern “built-in AI” systems started revolutionizing the life and business landscape altogether. The systems like Google’s BERT can think and act like how humans think, write and talk. BERT eventually integrated to Google’ search engine which is guessing and giving us suggestions of search ideas when we dig in there. But, do you know […]

The Lost World of Micro Services

I have seen the designs of new generation travel management platforms where even experienced architects build the complexity in the Micro Services design which makes it really difficult to manage things in live production. Slicing of services to numerous components without having the wisdom view at the “actual service” and then try to orchestrate them […]

Paradox of Scaling (NPC2019)

Is there a real success mantra in “Scaling” of products (or services from early stage)?What is the “Paradox” in scaling and what do the product companies need to do  about it? At NASSCOM Product Conclave 2019, Banglore (November 5, 2019), Prof Mohanbir Sawhney ( , the renowned management consultant, academic and author addressed these questions. […]

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