In this article, Kris Canekeratne, our co-founder, chairman and CEO of Virtusa, provides tips on how to keep your organization and leadership resilient.
In this article, our SVP and Global Head of Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Ravi Kumar Palepu discusses why the intelligent edge brings endless opportunities, particularly when combined with AI, Internet of Things (IoT), and 5G.
COVID-19 has impacted every industry. Take the financial world where banks and financial institutions have lent trillions of dollars as part of Paycheck Protection Programs while experiencing record low levels of interest rates. These factors and others have impacted overall profitability which is forcing banks to reinvent businesses with new offerings and capabilities to ensure their success in a post-pandemic world.
Communications service providers can learn from the best practices of successful relay race teams to capture a significant piece of the 5G market opportunity.
AI can take data from traditional and new resources such as Internet of Things (IoT) devices, social media pages and credit reports to provide insights on levels we’ve never seen before.
While the world screeched to a halt, Anthony Lange and Virtusa Corporation hunkered down to develop a better virtual healthcare experience.
Virtusa recognized with ‘Champion of Learning’ certificate after this year’s Learner’s Week where 3,500 team members logged 7,500 hours of training over five days filled with learning and exclusive ideating sessions with peers.
Virtusa held its annual 2020 HeadStart event this year where over 300 educators from 150 universities discussed the current needs of the ITES industry, highlighting opportunities and challenges.
CSPs need access to a wide range of products and services to build and launch new services, innovate faster and harvest unique solutions.
EVP and Head of Technology, Media and Telecommunications, Americas (East Coast), Frank Palermo, shares his thoughts on how organizations can remain competitive and relevant post-pandemic by investing in deeper collaboration tools, integrating low-code platforms into application development methodology, and embracing new customer buying patterns through analytics and artificial intelligence.