The India market, incidentally, has been key to the growth strategy of the company with diverse offerings as part of its rollout in the country. The potential and talent available in India became an integral part of their long-term strategy charted out for the market. “We see a lot of potential in the Indian market. In fact, as per the 2020 TechTarget/Computer Weekly IT Priorities survey, organisations in the subcontinent remain buoyant about their digital transformation efforts, with 71% expecting to spend more in key areas such as artificial intelligence,” highlights Amita Mirajkar, Co-founder & CEO, Clairvoyant India.
On Friday, Clairvoyant was adjudged the joint winner of ETRISE Top MSMEs Ranking.
The company’s portfolio boasts core expertise in the domain of operationalising data platforms on-premise and cloud, and using AI to create the desired impact. Besides this, data analytics, AI/ML, cloud engineering, DevSecOps, and Hadoop Managed Services are part of the service offerings as well.
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Data, they believe, has a major impact on decision making and hence the aim has been to help companies alter the way they approach data. Their data security product Kogni, for instance, provides compliance, audit and security teams the ability to discover, secure sensitive data across an enterprise’s data landscape.
And though the responses have been great from Indian business leaders as far as adoption of the latest technologies is concerned, there have been glitches encountered along the way. “In large companies, we often notice that organisational readiness takes a lot of time before starting the data projects with long term advantage. This happens despite there being a keen interest from business leaders to co-create products to offer innovative solutions,” she adds.
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The company, which now has offices in US, Canada and India, expects investment in automation and technology to increase in the long term with their focus being more on cloud operations and managed services at present. Mirajkar feels that while COVID-19 has caused global economic slowdown and subdued demand, the medium-term outlook looks promising for digital deals and technology services offshoring.
“We are working on adapting to the new normal and identifying opportunities amid this crisis. There has been continuous work on a multi-scenario approach to strengthen services and improve value propositions during these dynamic market conditions. We are looking at creative ways for adapting flexible contractual terms, new revenue sources, and innovative sales models,” she reveals.
On the anvil are plans to continue the thrust on innovation to maximise the potential value of big data. The post-pandemic world, for Clairvoyant, will be about looking into newer platforms that can take technology up a notch. “Our opportunity is to continue filling a largely unmet market need in consulting and services for specialty data engineering and operationalisation of AI. We look forward to our growth in India across cities,” sums up Mirajkar.
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