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Veda Informatics makes it to Microsoft’s BizSpark Program

We are now part of Microsoft's BizSpark Program. This is exciting, as this global program fosters the success of innovative startups committed to Microsoft's platform technologies. Earlier this month, Veda was selected to join the Microsoft BizSpark Program as a Network Partner. Launched in November 2008, the BizSpark Program is a global business program designed

By |2020-04-23T12:54:51+05:30August 25th, 2009|Business, Development, Global, News, Technology|0 Comments

Don’t be Chicken… Get the Bird to Build your Brand

Information technology has been the underlying cause of business transformation for the past couple of decades. In the last couple of years, it has changed the way organizations communicate with their target audience. The cheap availability and wide reach of the Internet has got companies to reconsider their online presence and to use it for

By |2020-04-23T17:28:56+05:30April 8th, 2009|Business, Global, Marketing, Technology|0 Comments

Starbucks, Social Media and Success

Bean there...Done that... At Starbucks, it is all about ‘you.' Chanting the simple mantra of "people before products," the company has been able to communicate that it cares about consumer experience. It gave them a platform to speak their minds. Once this was in place, all that had to be done was spotting what people

By |2020-04-23T17:40:43+05:30April 6th, 2009|Business, Marketing|1 Comment

CEO and CTO Discord

In one of my earlier blogs, I had discussed how important it is to avoid feature overload. A lot of discipline and focused decision making is required when deciding on what to include and what to leave out from the first version of your website. I often come across situations where business owners or stakeholders

By |2020-04-16T12:42:37+05:30November 11th, 2008|Business, Marketing|0 Comments

Get Focused: Avoid Feature Overload

In any business, it’s critical to focus and direct all available energy and resources into meeting predetermined goals. Recently, while I was reading the book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, a quote caught my attention: “If you could get all the people in an organization rowing in the same direction, you could dominate any

By |2020-04-16T12:42:51+05:30October 8th, 2008|Business, Design, Development|0 Comments