“What we are seeing in the South African market is a huge movement towards digital, everybody has moved to this bandwagon. The way we are addressing opportunities in the local market is by bringing artificial intelligence (AI) in all the conversations that we are having with our clients,” Kishore explains.
“When organizations realize that the digital mandate is an opportunity for all functions to come together and drive organization-wide change, then in more cases than not, the mandate will be sweeping and broad enough to cover all aspects,” said Sandeep Kishore.
“You have to disrupt yourself — if you aren’t focused on AI, then you’re already irrelevant. The only way to create a business impact today is to have AI at the heart of it,” says Sandeep Kishore.
Real success in any transformation comes through aligning an organization to become more culturally effective, agile, sensitive, transparent and ownership-driven,” says Sandeep Kishore in a recent article for Forbes Technology Council.
Sandeep Kishore, who had spent almost 25 years at HCL Technologies before taking charge at Zensar, said 80% of the incremental revenue growth in FY19 had come from the company’s digital business offerings.
“In order to be relevant (to customers), we underwent our own (digital) transformation. This has earned us customer trust. We see the trend of mid-size deals with increased deal volumes in the recent past. Pricing models are dependent on the outcomes customers are able to realize, which directly influences the deal value too,”said Sandeep Kishore, CEO and MD, Zensar Technologies.
Pune: Zensar Technologies NSE 4.94 % reported a net profit of Rs 82.7crore, up 13.9% over the corresponding quarter last year, and total revenues of Rs 1057.4 crore, up 2.1% for the quarter ended 31st March, 2019. In dollar terms, revenues were up 18.5% at $150 million. Digital services contributed 46.4% to the quarterly revenue.
IT company Zensar Technologies Tuesday reported around 14 per cent increase in consolidated net profit at Rs 82.74 crore in the last quarter ended March 2019.
Sandeep Kishore, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Zensar said, “Mexico is a strategic choice for us due to its proximity to our key customers based in the US and the availability of local talent. We are committed to investing in geographies that add to our global business growth and customer convenience.”
With ₹16.9-cr deal, IT player wants to focus on large deals. Mid-tier IT services firm Zensar on Tuesday entered into an agreement with Lorhan IT Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of First Tek — a US-based IT services and products company — to divest its Australia, Middle-East and India-based businesses. The deal is valued at ₹16.9 crore..
To sharpen focus on future growth, the RPG Group company will sell its Indian, Australian and Middle Eastern businesses, and invest in its core markets – U.S., Europe and South Africa. Zensar Technologies, the IT arm of the $3-billion RPG Group has divested some of its businesses, which it perceives as ‘non-core’ to focus on more lucrative…
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“Our innovative and future-ready infrastructure solutions are designed to help enterprises like Ruffer redefine their IT landscape to do more, gain visible outcomes and be market leaders,” Sandeep Kishore, CEO and Managing Director of Zensar, said in a statement.