Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Shamit Khemka: Ask Questions, it shows your Involvement in the Discussion


Shamit Khemka, the Founder of SynapseIndia, suggests that delve deep into any communication that you are part of. At the office, brainstorming sessions are common and while taking part in it, you should be involved and willing to ask questions to clarify all your queries. At the same time, you should be asking relevant questions that are related to the discussed topic.

Some people tend to ask questions which have no connection with the topic of the discussion. These things can show you in a bad light. Asking non-relevant questions often break the flow of the discussion. Early research will always help you to be profound in any conversation. So, it is suggested that if you are aware of any scheduled discussion at your office, you should do some good research work and then go for the meeting.
Be intelligent and prompt in thinking when you speak in front of your managers and seniors to get noticed. Lastly, you should have your facts correct if you are providing any information in front of the team. Following these basics will definitely help in your career.

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Wednesday, 20 November 2019

Shamit Khemka: CSR activities should be the priority over reputation in India.


Shamit Khemka, the founder of SynapseIndia, is one of the honest persons in the industry. He always loves to speak his mind rather than sugar coating and present in a manner that is not required. People who know Mr. Khemka, they know that he calls spade a spade. According to him, CSR activities are taken very seriously by the companies. We should decide our CSRs according to the need of the hour and not just for the sake of doing it.

For example, we all know that poverty and malnutrition are huge problems in India and every year many children die. Hence it is an alarming call to many. The entrepreneurs are really blessed to be in the position to help others and make some difference in the society. Nothing is better than a positive change in society.

Thus, it is important that when we select the CSR activity, we think, asses and then finalize. It matters a lot to many.


Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Shamit Khemka: Are images relevant to all your posts?



Shamit Khemka, the founder of SynapseIndia assures you all that a relevant image can help you so much that you can't even think. Your content and image should always go hand in hand and complement each other. For any particular post, select the right kind of an image which can generate some curiosity in the target audience. There are many posts online which do not get registered because of irrelevant image.

In terms of image, one needs to do proper research as well. For example, if you are posting any devotional post on your social media platform, your image should be highlighted enough to add some value to the content. May you require some professional help for the same, but at the same time if you have some social media goals, then you better take it seriously.

Your online presence is defined by the posts you choose. All the posts should have sustainability in terms of quality, relevance, and richness. Hence, you should start taking social media very seriously if you are willing to reap some benefits from it.

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Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Keeping Your Calm and Cool is a Mandate in the Professional World!


Different corporate houses have different work ethics but one thing is in common. Maintaining protocols, decorum and being polite is the utmost requirement in any corporate. In any situation, one mustn't forget where he or she is standing. At the same time, one must be respectful towards the seniors at the office. These are very basic etiquette which we all should learn.

Along with being calm and composed, there are some other aspects as well which need to be taken care of. Some of the most important things your dressing sense, your body language, the way of communication and other things. So, all these and more are important apart from your working skills and efficiency.

Maintaining your calm and cool at your end is important, then you can shine bright with lots of achievements and success.

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Wednesday, 4 September 2019

Shamit Khemka - Types of communication in the corporate world


Shamit Khemka, the Founder & MD of SynapseIndia, says that business leaders need to understand the entire process of communication to achieve business success. The modern-day corporate world is replete with communication. But all communications taking place in a business setting are not the same. They fall into different categories.

Bulletin boards, for example, used to be a common communication platform in the early days of the industrial uprising. This form of communication has now become virtually archaic. After bulletin boards, newsletter and magazines became the next tool for communication across the organization. This type of communication tries to address the inability of management to directly communicate with every single employee in the organization.

Email is the latest and fastest-growing communication within an organization is email. E-mails have proven to be the most effective tool for organizational communication of all that have been invented and tried so far. An e-mail has many advantages. Apart from being instantaneous, it also creates a democratic system, enabling everyone to communicate regardless of their position in the organization.


Wednesday, 28 August 2019

Shamit Khemka - Why adoption of data analytics is increasing worldwide



Shamit Khemka, the founder & MD of SynapseIndia, leading the conversation over about big data and analytics in the Indian IT industry. A growing number of companies around the world are already taking advantage of data analytics. Some companies are using processes like cross-sell and up-sell campaigns to reach out to prospective buyers. Platforms like websites, blogs, and social media could be a potential ground for attracting customers.

According to recent surveys, telecom and financial services are the most active and early adopters of data analytics in business. They are followed by the technology and healthcare industries. If we talk about specific applications of data analytics in these industries, analysis of customers' behavior and social media analysis are the leading use cases for technology-dependent companies.

Businesses can leverage the results of data analysis in a number of different ways. A data-driven model of product development can help create products according to market trends and customers' demands. A flurry of data analysis tools available in the market can supply the insights for possible risks and opportunities for developing products using such a model.

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Wednesday, 24 July 2019

Shamit Khemka - Why businesses should have a mobile voice strategy?

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Shamit Khemka, a tech-savvy leader, shares the benefits of adopting the mobile voice strategy in this article. The mobile phones even being more personalized than any website have less screen space comparatively. It becomes difficult for the users to search in the case of larger product directories. But the
voice applications make it easy for the consumers to minimize this manual effort by using natural language, thereby, making the whole process fast.

There is a huge need for brands to pay more attention to enhancing the mobile experiences of users. The best way to do it through voice. With the increase in the number of users looking for more convenient ways of completing the tasks, voice has emerged as the most ideal channel.

From finding the information on the internet to completing any purchase, the voice assistant is a new way to improve the user mobile experience. Have you found your voice strategy yet?


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Wednesday, 17 July 2019

Shamit Khemka explains the reasons for integrating data


Shamit Khemka, the founder of SynapseIndia, defines data integration as converting the information into useful data which is obtained from different sources. Read ahead to know different reasons that explain why it is important to integrate data.

1 - Each data format has a purpose and all of them present information in a manner that cannot be understood in any other format. However, integrating all these data formats helps in providing a different kind of specialty to the data set.

2 - If the data is centralized, it becomes easy for everyone in the organization to retrieve and analyze it.

3 - If the data is integrated then it means that the company processes are transparent. If people are provided with the flexibility to utilize data in any manner, they will find it much easier to comprehend the information.

4 - Through an integrated data solution, it becomes extremely easy to keep the information updated.


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Wednesday, 3 July 2019

Shamit Khemka – Top Ways AR/VR Applications Impact eLearning Industry


Shamit Khemka, the managing director of SynapseIndia, discusses how augmented reality (AR) & virtual reality (VR) technologies have impacted the eLearning industry. Fully immersive simulations are no longer reserved for the entertainment industry. Now, private and corporate eLearning sectors have started using AR/VR applications to deliver a better online learning experience.

Over the past few years, both AR & VR have made some big leaps and revolutionized the e-learning industry. Students want to have fun while learning concepts. AR/VR applications allow them to easily grasp the toughest subjects in the most innovative manner.

Various organizations are also using AR/VR applications for giving corporate training to their employees. Be it soft skills training or sales training or product training, AR & VR technologies have totally transformed the way organizations train their employees.

On the whole, AR/VR applications have empowered organizations to make learning efficient and faster.


Wednesday, 26 June 2019

Shamit Khemka – Make your Business More Intelligent with Chatbots


Shamit Khemka, the founder of SynapseIndia, says that chatbots not only help businesses to solve customer queries but also sell products & services intelligently. Businesses that put chatbots instead of human customer service representatives in front of their customers have better chances of making high profits and retain customers.

Bot development and deployment has become a strategic business need of every organization. Over the last few years, chatbots have revolutionized various industries. Whether it is an insurance company or an online retail store or any business, the digital world has become so good for the customers. Their queries are solved by automated chatbots in real-time without making them waiting for their turns.

Multilingual chatbots are the best bet for businesses that want to target customers in each and every country. It allows them to deliver the best customer service in native language. IT companies that hold great expertise of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning build exceptional bots. SynapseIndia is one of them.

Wednesday, 19 June 2019

Shamit Khemka – Why DevOps Should be your Priority?

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Shamit Khemka, the founder of SynapseIndia, suggests IT leaders to focus more on the implementation of DevOps. To tap the maximum potential of DevOps practices, business owners need to train all employees and create an IT culture that encourages collaboration between teams. Alignment of “Development” and “Operations” processes facilitate better outcomes from a project and leads to client satisfaction.

By automating various DevOps tasks, teams can focus more on creating innovative products instead of investing time in resolving conflicts and technical bugs. DevOps has transformed the efficiency and revenue of many IT companies. Even clients prefer to do business with IT organizations that adhere to DevOps practices.

DevOps is vital for businesses to survive. It allows the building of trust within an organization and delivering the best performance even while handling the toughest project. Teams work more efficiently and contribute to the growth of the organization. 

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Wednesday, 12 June 2019

Shamit Khemka describes important things about machine learning

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Shamit Khemka, an IT expert with diverse experience in the field, agrees that programmers no longer have to guide machines on how to solve a problem. In this era of machine learning, machines solve problems on their own. They do so by finding out the patterns in every set of data. It becomes easy to predict the future when the hidden trends and patterns are analyzed.

How does machine learning help?

A certain kind of data is followed by the machine learning algorithm which then identifies the patterns hidden in that data. For instance, consider a case where you show the computer a series of images. A few of the images say this - "this is a horse" while others say "this is not a horse." After doing this, show more images to the same computer and it will try to find images that have a horse in them and that have not. All the correct and incorrect guesses made by the computer will be saved in its memory. Thus, making it smarter and enhancing its ability to learn.



Wednesday, 1 May 2019

Shamit Khemka – How blockchain works & why it's so useful

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Shamit Khemka, the managing director of SynapseIndia, has an eye for detail when it comes to the application of new technologies. Blockchain has recently captivated the imagination of many business leaders, and Shamit Khemka is no exception.

Blockchain is an innovative way of transferring information from one point to another, transparently. This transmission of data would be fully automated and secure. One party in the transaction initiates the process by creating blocks of information. These blocks are verified by tens of thousands of computers distributed around the network.

Blocks store unique information that distinguish them from other blocks. When a particular block stores new data, it is added to the blockchain. A few things are required for a block to be added to a blockchain. For example, a transaction must happen and this transaction has to be verified. Bitcoin uses this model for monetary transactions.

One of the unique features of blockchain is that it can not only store digital currency but also can replace all process and business models that rely on charging a small transaction fee.

Information stored on a blockchain exists as a shared database that is accessible to the entire network. The blockchain database is not stored in any single location and the records kept by the database are accessible and verifiable.


Wednesday, 10 April 2019

Shamit Khemka – trends that will shape the IT industry in the near future


Shamit Khemka, the founder of SynapseIndia, has deep knowledge about the dynamics of the IT industry. He has led an established IT services company for almost two decades now. With this enormous experience, he can easily analyze the current and future trends in the IT industry. These trends are believed to be the driving force that gives direction and shape to the industry.

Business intelligence is making a remarkable presence across industry domains. The introduction of the much-talked-about software as a service (Saas) and similar technologies like the cloud as a service have tremendously changed productivity and agility of businesses. These technologies have changed the way business intelligence works.

Cybersecurity is being widely called as the “next big thing” in the IT industry. It has gained renewed prominence in the wake of numerous cyber attacks faced by leading companies and institutions worldwide. Significant innovation in communication technologies, such as blockchain and internet of things (IoT) made cybersecurity a more complex phenomenon.

AI is no more a buzzword, it has become mainstream in the IT industry. The industry is all set to make substantial investments in AI, automation and related technologies. AI will eventually be moved from back-end to the client-facing arena. AI assistants are already becoming commonplace, with the increasing popularity of Amazon Alexa and Google Voice.

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Wednesday, 3 April 2019

Shamit Khemka – strategies for using disruptive technologies in your business


Shamit Khemka, the founder of SynapseIndia, firmly believes that technology plays a crucial role in the success of almost every modern-day business. Disruptive technologies, according to him, has changed the way businesses interact and deal with their customers.

New startups have a great chance to cash in on disruptive technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), and Blockchain, among others. However, the road to using and selling these technologies is a challenging one and is filled with ruthless competition.

Technology entrepreneurs, must, therefore, learn to take advantage of these emerging business technologies in a very strategic manner. First thing first: an entrepreneurial and risk-taking culture is prerequisite to thrive as a technology venture. Business leaders need to think outside the box and create innovative technology products and services.

Modern-day businesses also need to use Big Data and other analytics techniques in order to stay abreast of market trends and consumer behavior. This also helps in getting an edge over competitors.

With the increasing popularity of technologies like the IoT, both technology investors and entrepreneurs now need to consider this buzzword more seriously. Use of IoT allows businesses to leverage the data collected from various connected devices. Techniques like data mining and big data analytics can be of great use for making insightful marketing and product decisions.



Wednesday, 27 March 2019

Shamit Khemka – How to protect online payment processes from cyber attacks


Shamit Khemka, the managing director of SynapseIndia, is very familiar with the operating process of e-commerce businesses. This is mainly due to his association with a large number of clients in the online commerce sector. He says that e-commerce has lately become one of the major targets of cyber attacks and retailers should consider this fact very seriously.

Payment processing is the most vulnerable part of an online shopping process. Retailers should, therefore, take extra measures to ensure security while handling credit cards and other online payment methods. By following leading international security standards, businesses can both strengthen security and improve customer trust. For example, businesses based in the U.S. and Europe should follow the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). It's an information security standard for businesses that handle credit cards.

Maintaining a robust cybersecurity infrastructure becomes even more crucial in an overcrowded e-commerce industry dominated by competition. Any kind of security breach can lead to substantial damage to brand reputation, which further impact revenue and profits.

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Wednesday, 20 March 2019

Shamit Khemka – Aligning people & technology for future workplace


Shamit Khemka, the managing director of SynapseIndia, has always stayed ahead when it comes to using technology in the workplace. He is known for deploying numerous cutting-edge technologies in the software development process. SynapseIndia's management strategy is driven by futuristic technologies. The company focuses on the needs and demands of clients that can enhance their profitability and revenue.

The future of workplaces will be dramatically different from what we know it today. Future employees may be able to be warned by an AI-enabled device that will help them prevent unwanted errors. Such technologies will also help increase trust in workplace technologies that will eventually support the human workforce.

The above-discussed points, therefore, make it evident that companies today need to invest rigorously on the training and development of a future-ready and skilled workforce. This can be only achieved by well-planned, systematic talent development by companies. At SynapseIndia, we constantly focus on the development of a highly competent and client-oriented workforce that is capable of tackling unforeseeable challenges.

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Wednesday, 13 March 2019

Shamit Khemka – Efficiently serving global clients is crucial to business growth


Shamit Khemka, the founder & managing director of SynapseIndia, has constantly remained focused on serving global clients with superior quality and efficiency. Over the course of his years-long journey as a technology entrepreneur, he has focused on meeting every need of clients.

According to him, the main objective of a business leader should be the personalization of products and services according to the needs of clients. You should get carried away with the idea one-size-fits-all.
If your company is really serious about working with a brand, it should be done with the utmost passion and dedication.

Time is very important while choosing a client for your company. You need to select businesses that enable to deliver the best potential of your workforce. It is also important to avoid immediate temptation and making a careful decision while choosing to serve a client. SynapseIndia has long been known for offering tailor-made solutions and services to its clients worldwide. We cater to a broad range of businesses that operate in different industries.

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Wednesday, 6 March 2019

Shamit Khemka – How lack of punctuality can damage your professional life


Shamit Khemka, the founder & MD of SynapseIndia, boldly speaks about how lateness can sabotage one's reputation in the business landscape. The business leader has created a good repute for being punctual and maintaining a disciplined life.

According to him, being late is often associated with one's inability to plan things properly. This can also be a consequence of selfishness or even lack of sincerity. In a professional setting, a person who is constantly late is harmful to the organization.

Even if you are had to be late unintentionally, it demonstrates a lack of consideration for the lives of other people who expect sincerity from you. They may think you just don't care.

Being always late simply means that you're probably not the one I would like to collaborate with for a business deal. In all, punctuality percolates deeper into your professional life, in a way more significant than you believe.

Shamit Khemka says that punctuality has an undeniable role to play when it comes to branding yourself as a hard-working, capable and trusted professional. We all know that the most successful people in history are extremely punctual and disciplined.

Friday, 22 February 2019

Shamit Khemka – Useful tips for improving audit quality

Shamit Khemka, the founder of SynapseIndia, says that companies must have an unfaltering quality audit process to deliver competitive products and services. He suggests a set of quality control and testing practices that substantially improve audit quality.

First of all, quality departments should maintain a practice of random auditing to find potential flaws. This practice helps detect minuscule problems that may sometime be missed by regular quality control processes. More importantly, random auditing helps the team gauge the overall quality of auditing.

Secondly, business owners should ensure that testing and audit tasks are regularly rotated to ensure more accuracy. Besides, a fresh set of eyes can detect problems that might be overlooked if the auditor has been on the job for too long. Technological advancements are changing the way quality audit is done. The availability of a variety of efficient tools makes it possible for auditors to get meaningful insights in real time.

Business leaders should set the right tone from the top to avoid issues like unconscious bias. They should ask auditors to share every hint of quality-related problems found in the audit.

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