Ayan Pramanik

  • Biocon sees a sweet spot with its affordable insulin in US

    Biocon sees a sweet spot with its affordable insulin in US

    The biotech firm is also planning to provide its rh-insulin to middle- and low-income countries at less than 10 cents a day. Biocon Biologics is chasing a revenue target of $1 billion in financial year 2021-22. In the previous fiscal year, its revenue had topped $200 million.

    Former SAP India MD joins Deutsche Bank

    Former SAP India MD joins Deutsche Bank

    Khandelwal, who spent 18 years at the German software firm before joining Deutsche Bank, built the SAP labs in Bengaluru, which became the second largest unit of SAP. He set up SAP Startup Studio, the software maker’s accelerator programme to incubate startups.

    Brand, influencers hunt for a new way to ‘like’ Instagram

    Brand, influencers hunt for a new way to ‘like’ Instagram

    Meanwhile, many feel cutting likes on Instagram will bring transparency and enhance content. India ranks among the top three with the most number of fake Instagram accounts, according to a joint report by Swedish ecommerce start-up A Good Company and data analytics firm HypeAuditor. Influencer-marketing has been prominent for a few years now.

    Volume with low cost is Biocon Biologics’ big plan

    Volume with low cost is Biocon Biologics’ big plan

    The Biocon subsidiary will chart a path that ensures high volumes and low costs, unlike competitors. The company plans to create an ecosystem where patients not only have access to the right medicine, but also gets the right care without always reaching a hospital.

    IT spend to touch $94 billion in 2020 on wings of software

    IT spend to touch $94 billion in 2020 on wings of software

    According to Gartner, roughly $17.8 billion of the estimated $94 billion is considered spending in IT services and devices would be $35.4 billion. These two areas are expected to see a delay in discretionary spending or investment in digital transformation.

    Non-techies now try their hands at data, AI tech

    Non-techies now try their hands at data, AI tech

    Digital technology training was once the realm of tech service company employees. But now, online and offline training course providers in this field have seen non-tech industry participation increasing to almost 40% of enrolments. Five to six digital training course providers now attract 20,000 to 30,000 candidates every year.

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