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Simple Guidelines on Advanced Web Application Development

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Web application development has seen a vital shift over the last few years. With technology advancements and deviations in programming landscape, the demands of business functionality have changed. The demands of web application solutions have become complex based on innovative functionalists, competencies and straightforwardness. Consumer applications have equally become demanding as business applications. All this has impacted web development languages, frameworks and libraries. And most of Read More...

E-comm start-ups on a hiring spree, fork out hefty pay deals

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HIRING by start-up compa­nies across the country's entrepreneurial sector is rising sharply driven by the up­surge of new firms in the e-com­merce and online retail segments. Hiring in these sectors is set to in­ crease by nearly 50% in 2011 as more firms look to profit from ris­ing internet usage across both metro and non-metro locations. Industry estimates of growth In e-commerce markets indicate revenues of T55,000 crore in 2011 up from ?20,653 crore in 2009 as new companies are set up Read More...

Personal Payments and local bank transfers in India

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Hi blog readers, it’s Anuj from the communications team here. I’m writing to let you know that personal payments to and from India and transfers to local banks in India have been suspended while we work with our business partners and other stakeholders to address questions they have about the service. During this time, customers can still make commercial payments to India but merchants cannot withdraw funds in Rupees to local Indian banks. We’re trying to resolve the Read More...

After Trimming Fat, Ecomm No More Cuts a Sorry Figure

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Switch to marketplace model, increased flow of funds inject new life RADHIKA P NAIR, BISWARUP GOOPTU & HARSIMRAN JULKA BANGALORE | NEW DELHI If India’s ecommerce firms had been health freaks, they would have made the perfect before-and-after shot. From just a year ago, when they were huffing and puffing with the flab of company-owned inventory and the strain of high costs, they have now become almost fighting fit. In many ways, this turnaround was not a matter of choice but of life Read More...

The Logistics Wave

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The rapid growth of India’s online retail industry is proving to be a boon for logistics  companies vying to deliver products to customers  on time, writes Radhika P Nair Online Deliveries OPPORTUNITY: Logistics companies can earn $5 billion annually by 2021 from online retail firms (Technopak) Current market size of  online retail in India: $2  billion (industry estimates) Estimated market size of  online retail in 2023: $56 billion (Technopak) WHO: Large companies like Blue Read More...

Online Retail Creates Backend Opportunity Startups

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offering warehousing, inventory management services, spring up as e-comm cos move to marketplace model Online retailers who aggregate products from vendors are turning to startups for support at the backend, as they shed inventory in favour of the marketplace model. This is creating a wave of opportunity for young ventures offering services ranging from warehousing and inventory management to logistics and data analytics for ecommerce portals. “We are a one-stop shop for anyone looking to Read More...

Website provides customer’s Data

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Web Coupons Know Lots About You, and They Tell The New York Times On Saturday April 17, 2010, 2:28 am EDT For decades, shoppers have taken advantage of coupons. Now, the coupons are taking advantage of the shoppers. A new breed of coupon, printed from the Internet or sent to mobile phones, is packed with information about the customer who uses it. While the coupons look standard, their bar codes can be loaded with a startling amount of data, including identification about the customer, Read More...

Intelenet bags $300-m deal from US healthcare co

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NEARLY two years after private equity firm Blackstone acquired BPO, Intelenet Global Services, the back-office processor is starting to see some big outsourcing contracts from the PE player's portfolio companies. The BPO firm has won a multi-million dollar contract from a healthcare provider in the US, which is a Blackstone investee company. The contract is the second-largest for Intelenet after its number one customer Barclays, according to sources close to the development. ET had reported Read More...

Google aims to be new wizard of OS

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With Chrome, Internet Giant Declares War On Microsoft's Windows Operating System IN a direct attack on Microsoft's Windows Operating System (OS) — installed in over 90% of the world's personal computers (PCs) — rival Google has announced its own OS, Google Chrome, to be commercially available by the second half of 2010. Initially, Google Chrome OS, which is linked to the company's web browser by the same moniker, will be for netbooks, the low-cost computers optimized for internet surfing Read More...