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Industries & Services:

Global Vision Technology’ IT solutions and services help accelerate innovation, increase productivity, reduce costs, and optimize asset utilization. Our industry solutions help you derive maximum value from IT investments.

Industries & Services:

  • Communications: When mobile is the new TV, cloud is the new datacenter and content is the new voice, opportunity calls every second. To maximize their bandwidth of possibilities, enterprises are looking for information technology and strategy that delivers the vision of ‘personalize, monetize and capitalize’.
  • Education: Ask what technology can do for education, and a never-before-possible future unfolds — pervasive classrooms, faster learning, and most importantly: the ability to track performance and results across the system – for students, educators and management alike. However, institutions today are preparing to face their toughest tests yet — regulation and disruption. The answers: a new school of thought, best-in-class technology, and the right strategy.
  • Financial Services: We are built from the ground up to help you answer these questions — with dedicated practices for Capital Markets, Commercial Banking, Consumer Banking, Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC), Payments and Cards, and Insurance.
  • Healthcare: Our mission in healthcare is to address challenges around affordability, prevention and patient-centricity for consumers around the world.
  • High-Tech: In a future-ready high-tech enterprise, ‘return on innovation’ is the new ROI, being ‘dynamic’ is the new ‘static’ and product engineering is the ‘new shop floor’. It’s possible.
  • Industrial Manufacturing: In an industry that creates equipment to make things simpler for others, the information technology that enterprises use should make work simpler for them. This calls for just-in-time insights, on-demand visibility and off-the-line innovation.
  • Logistics and Distribution: Uncertainty is certain. So are increased complexity, competition and compliance. Third party logistics (3PL), port-based logistics and specialized services are on the rise. With the new normal forcing logistics service providers (LSPs) to focus on their business models, today’s imperatives are filling service gaps, cutting carbons and organic growth.
  • Media & Entertainment: Today, Media & Entertainment enterprises are navigating some of the biggest shifts ever witnessed in technology, culture and business models — from adoption to preference, from fragmented audiences to convergent industries, from emerging economies to game-changing new players.
  • Publishing: Publishing enterprises are being disrupted with the rise of digital content aggregators, search engines and social content platforms. Customer-facing facets like product configurations, content services and pricing models have changed drastically.
  • Resources Industries: In an industry fraught with change and unpredictability, contending with information technology programs where outcomes are unclear only adds to the complexity. In future-ready resources industries and process manufacturing enterprises, technology needs to deliver business value – whether it’s serving as a catalyst for collaboration, extracting insight from information or harvesting efficiency with sourcing engagements.

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