In the latest Coffee Talk webinar (here) Greyhound founder Sanchit Vir Gogia talks about the way his business has focussed research on specific client needs like IT strategy, sales and marketing. The Springboard and Forrester alumnus also places the three Greyhound businesses in context, and how they reinforce each other. He gives great examples of helping the CEO of a major cosmetics company to connect customer satisfaction with IT, using inventory management to drive better outcomes, and of helping an IT services firm to decide where to locate its offices. The Greyhound Golden Gate is also explained: it’s their community for over 100 of Asia’s most innovative IT buyers.
In this week’s podcast: demand for quality education is growing across the world, but education itself has largely avoided automation.
Can IT improve education? And how can the IT industry work with schools and colleges to head off a growing skills shortage, especially in IT and data science?
We speak to BT’s Pat Hughes, TCS’ Satya Ramaswamy and analyst Sanchit Vir Gogia, of Greyhound Research.
Presented and produced by Stephen Pritchard.
Hear the podcast here
Source: Financial Times Podcast