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With an eye on the cloud,

Persistent Systems continues to innovate.

Forbes India: Persistent is ready for Deshpande’s next leap of faith – taking its technological know-how and software-building prowess directly to enterprises. This means, in addition to working with independent software builders like Microsoft and IBM, who have been Persistent’s traditional customers, the Indian company will go directly to enterprises, or the end customers of software products namely banks, hospitals and other businesses that are grappling with the challenges of the digital era: Startups upending their business.

Don’t do a big bang, do a ‘rhythm’, meaning every few weeks, add a few more experiences and users understand that. As one keeps building these things, keep improving the sum of all different features – bringing in data from multiple sources – and helping people act, rather than providing them with reports. This is the digital future that I’m betting on.

– Anand Deshpande,
Founder & CEO,
Persistent Systems
As published in Forbes India