• Have You Yo’d Today?

    Don’t tell us you haven’t heard about Yo yet. No, really?! Well, then you haven’t been doing the usual rounds of technology news websites or Twitter, that must be it. Yo is the simple-stupid messaging up that’s been steadily climbing in virality over a couple of months.  While Steven Colbert…

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  • Monthly Vendor Roundup: Top SAP Mobile Vendors

    With SAP HANA and cloud applications giving SAP the double digit growth over the last few years, the company is consolidating it’s mobile solutions. The company’s latest software platform for building mobile applications, SAP Mobile Platform 3.0 unifies the multiple mobile development platforms previously on its platter. SAP’s Mobile Platform…

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  • What’s Cooking at Google I/O 2014

    Google’s developer conference is in full swing now: eager developers, tech journalists, startup enthusiasts and anyone who is someone in tech in the Valley have gathered at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco to get in on the action that’s taking place over the two days. With one more day…

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  • What Apple Got Right With the iCloud Drive Strategy

    This year at WWDC, Apple unveiled a new service called the iCloud Drive that will let users store and share documents in the cloud. The cloud has become so ubiquitous these days in any tech company, so much so that one can’t do business without some form of cloud storage/platform;…

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  • Chennai IoT Meet Up

    Chennai-based Spritle Software hosted Chennai’s first IoT meet up and invited ContractIQ for a short talk. Here’s the attached presentation: Thanks for the pizza, enjoyed the meet up and the networking!  

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  • When Pieces of the Puzzle Fall in Place Nicely — DevOps and Enterprise Mobility

    Enterprise mobility has always been a tricky maze to wade through. Enterprises are willing to spend top dollar on mobility strategies, employ the best tools, people and processes to build applications, and yet, failures riddle the efforts and lackluster returns on investment leads to slumps in quarterly results. Multiple competing…

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  • Building the Internet of Things – The Open Source Master Plan

    In just under five years, there’s been a dramatic shift in the way software is developed for consumers. Smart phones deliver sleek experiences to users and all it takes to do so from scratch to go is just a matter of weeks, even days if ideated and executed without flaw.…

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  • Top iOS Developers in India

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    At ContractIQ, there’s something for everyone. Starting this month, we’re launching a new project on our homepage – To identify and showcase top mobile developers across platforms, countries and focus verticals. We thought long and hard about how we could make lives simpler for developers trying to scramble to the forefront…

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  • Updates from TiEcon 2014 and the Collision Conference

    Ashwin’s back after an energizing three weeks in the Valley and brings back interesting experiences from TiEcon 2014 at Santa Clara and the Collision Conference held at Vegas. Everyone has heard this when starting up their business: network, network, and then network some more. You can never underestimate the potential…

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  • Building a Business Case for e-Procurement

     By Murali, Ideas2IT E-procurement Market Trends for 2014 By definition, e-procurement is the purchase of goods and services over the internet. The market is geographically fragmented with rapidly evolving solutions. An increase in competition and supplier management will not help reap increased savings; software should keep procurement in its pace…

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