GN Bureau | July 27, 2015
Genpact has been named a best award winner by the Association for Talent Development (ATD), the world’s largest organization dedicated to those who develop talent in organizations.
The company is one of only 30 companies globally recognized with the prestigious award. And the Genpact bagged it for the company’s enterprise-wide commitment to employee learning and development and its talent function that drives business impact for both Genpact and its clients. Genpact is a global leader in designing, transforming, and running intelligent business operations.
Human capital training and development programs are truly at the core of Genpact’s business model. Winning the ATD BEST award demonstrates Genpact’s leading-edge work in addressing challenges of global talent supply mismatch with the nature of demand, and fixing this issue on a global scale. Genpact believes in the employee value proposition of “learn, grow and succeed.”
The ATD selection process includes a comprehensive review of applicants’ talent development programs and evaluates specific business impacts.
IDC India’s manufacturing Insights report on 'ERP on cloud'
International Data Corporation (IDC) India recently released a research report on the adoption trends of 'ERP on cloud' among manufacturing enterprises in India. The report is a result of IDC's vertical IT spend forecasts and detailed studies among manufacturing firms and software vendors. ERP is the largest item for spend in a CIO's budget with significant growth expected over the next 5 years.
ERP continues to be a critical enterprise application in the IT portfolio of manufacturing enterprises for day-to-day operations, with an ever increasing demand on performance and functionality with cost pressures. The road map for ERP in the medium to long term is critical for organizations. Cloud based deployment is an attractive option that should definitely be on the check-list for decision makers.
With the convergence of IT and OT (Operations Technology), ERP and its associated enterprise IT applications are undergoing transformation in the type of information they store, their functionalities for business processes and integrations for information flow across the enterprise and its ecosystem. As these applications undergo transformation, it will be interesting to see how cloud based ERP deployments evolve with their out-of-the-box features, customizations they need to undergo and their integrations.
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