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Nitor Infotech is a leading software product development firm serving ISVs and enterprise customers globally.

Managing business transformation in the VUCA World

Managing business transformation in the VUCA World Make Conscious choices to transform from ‘Doing Digital’ to ‘Being Digital’ The current pandemic has shown how businesses are in need to adapt to the frivolous changes it demands. The cycle of market demand and supply has been greatly affected, but moreover, a state of flux has been […]

5 reasons why Inventory Management is what you need right now

How to stay on top of your Inventory? Have you heard the saying ‘Don’t count the chickens before they hatch’? If you ask me that person never knew anything about managing his inventory. It is really important to keep count of the things you have, what you think you need, and what you might actually […]

How to utilize the power of Big Data in Manufacturing

Transforming manufacturing with Big Data and Data Engineering As part of the manufacturing industry, everyone you seek a solution from always has two questions: What is it that you are battling? (Well, simply put it could be that your operational efficiency has taken a hit, or your products seem to be getting returned often, or […]

Application Modernization – Bring New Life to Legacy Systems

Some things get better with the age, or increase in value over time. With IT systems, however, it is the other way. The older the systems are, the more likely they will need to be updated as requirements change or new features are added. As systems age, it is also possible they become more costly, […]

Why Software Product Engineering is your Ticket to Scale

As an organization, you must be aware that in the era of innovation and technology, old and traditional business policies will not provide you a success-oriented result at all. You have to be well versed with the latest trends and embrace advanced techniques to scale new heights. As an organization: you may have recently became […]