Tooling for the future business


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As per Epsilon Industries’ Glossary: “Tooling is another name for both the process of creating the molds and other tools necessary for producing parts and the actual molds“. And this is exactly what I am trying to do right now, tooling to prepare our clients for the future of business.

I have been looking out for and/or working on the various edge systems that are not yet mainstream in Business IT but will eventually be. I have seen many of them work for my employer and there are many others that I wish they would. But implementation is a pain. I need my patience.

However I was working with very many disparate pieces of the puzzles in different synapses in my brain and they are not yet completely patched up. But I think I have come a long way in the past couple of months than in the past three years to grasping much of what will be required.

These learnings, insights & inspirations have come to me from very different sources, proving to me at a very personal level that The Power of Pull is right, I did stumble upon how to mold Serendipity.

So without much ado let me come to the crux of this post. I shared some of my learnings with the technologists in Bangalore, one of the three geographic spikes for IT technologists along with Bay Area in the US and Tel Aviv in Israel. We had all gotten together at a barcamp, an unconference, mid of this month and shared many insights with each other. These are the kinds of places where serendipity happens and I wanted people to have that from my session too. And this is what I presented at the session:

Each slide in it is worth a post, but the time I had was mere 45 minutes. I could barely touch upon them all. But these are actually to rejig your brain, not to teach you. Hope it gives you serendipity too. Let me know. 🙂

Republished with author's permission from original post.

Prem Kumar Aparanji
SCRM Evangelist @ Cognizant. Additional knowledge in BPM, QA, Innovations, Solutions, Offshoring from previous roles as developer, tester, consultant, manager. Interested in FLOSS, Social Media, Social Networks & Rice Writing. Love SF&F books. Blessed with a loving wife & a curious kid. :)


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