Global Application Management Services Market Data Analysis 2019-2025:Accenture, IBM, Infosys …

It demonstrates various segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft …

The global “Application Management Services Market” report conveys the analytical and statistical data related to the market in a much elucidating manner. The Application Management Services market delivers an expanded platform with numerous chances of business growth for product manufacturers and services providers, organizations, associations, and firms Accenture, IBM, Infosys, TCS, Atos Origin, Bourntec Solutions, Capgemini, Cognizant, CSC, Deloitte, Fujitsu, HP, Iblesoft, Ingenuity Technologies, L&T Infotech, Logica, Tech Mahindra, NTT Data, Wipro, Xerox, BFSI, Telecom and IT, Retail and eCommerce, Healthcare and Lifesciences, Manufacturing, Energy and Utilities, Others by opposing among themselves through offering reliable products and services, increasing supply and generating higher revenue through more sales.

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The report presents a demand for individual segment in each region. It demonstrates various segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox and sub-segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox of the global Application Management Services market. The report delivers significant data related to the Application Management Services market in a methodological manner, including essential factors responsible for fluctuations in demand and supply by the customers and ventures. The report emphasizes the ongoing technological innovations and advancements to provide our customers with a chance to know and opt for better choices under stressed business situations. The report also stresses over explaining the effect of regulations and policies launched by the federal government on the ongoing businesses.

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The global Application Management Services market report offers previous data as well as the current status of the Application Management Services market key players. The market analysts utilized various mathematical and statistical strategies, along with analytical tools such as SWOT analysis for better evaluation of the gathered raw data of multiple industries, through which the analysts developed the predictable market growth trend for upcoming several years. The concluded data also reveal the upcoming threats and opportunities possibly influencing the market business to a certain level. The report also delivers the market analysis based on geographical segmentation of the market to comprehend the regional development throughout the world.

To provide the analytical information in an easily understandable way, the experts have included graphs, figures, flowcharts, diagrams, facts, as well as realistic and statistical examples in the global Application Management Services market report.

There are 15 Chapters to display the Global Application Management Services market

Chapter 1, Definition, Specifications and Classification of Application Management Services , Applications of Application Management Services , Market Segment by Regions;

Chapter 2, Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;

Chapter 3, Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Application Management Services , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;

Chapter 4, Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);

Chapter 5 and 6, Regional Market Analysis that includes United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan, Application Management Services Segment Market Analysis (by Type);

Chapter 7 and 8, The Application Management Services Segment Market Analysis (by Application) Major Manufacturers Analysis of Application Management Services ;

Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox, Market Trend by Application Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox;

Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;

Chapter 11, The Consumers Analysis of Global Application Management Services ;

Chapter 12, Application Management Services Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;

Chapter 13, 14 and 15, Application Management Services sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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Achieve a Future-Ready Supply Chain Using Blockchain and IoT

Learn why SMBs should leverage blockchain technology to transform their business processes and make their supply chains ready for the future.

Blockchain and blockchain applications have caught the attention of companies of all shapes and sizes—and more companies are signaling that blockchain applications will certainly be part of their future.

Deloitte recently completed a survey to gauge how executives across a variety of industries view blockchain’s potential, and the results show that opinions are changing. More than 80 percent of executive teams who responded believe there’s a compelling business case for blockchain, up from 74 percent last year. And 77 percent of respondents believe they’ll lose a competitive advantage if they don’t adopt blockchain technology, up from 68 percent last year.

Uncertainty about the technology is being replaced by confidence. Future-focused companies now view blockchain as a potential technology that can help them solve difficult business problems in new and transformative ways.

Why SMBs Should Consider Prebuilt Applications with Blockchain

One big misconception about blockchain is that only large enterprises can take advantage of the technology, but that’s not true. Growing, small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) can start using blockchain, too. There are not any huge barriers to entry.

Cloud applications are typically a good place for SMBs to start when looking for ways to leverage blockchain because many have limited resources to design and build custom blockchain applications.

With pre-built blockchain applications, there are two advantages for SMBs:

Lower costs. Time, money, and resources don’t need to be devoted to developing customized applications. By using pre-built applications, those development costs go away.

Lower risk. Pre-built blockchain applications can be programmed to connect and integrate with such business systems as supply chain management, enterprise resource planning, customer experience, and Internet of Things processes. SMBs don’t have to complete that integration work themselves. This lowers risk.

Key Capabilities to Look for in Pre-Built Blockchain Applications

One application capability that SMBs can consider is track-and-trace because it allows for transparency across a network of trading partners as transactions are recorded between those partners. Members can respond quickly when something needs to change.

Consider how track-and-trace capabilities would work in a supply chain. Companies would be able to see when their products move across borders. If a SMB is responsible for growing something in a field in Nebraska that will eventually end up in China, a company can easily see how that product moves along its journey. Tracing capabilities, on the other hand, allow companies to look back to where something came from.

Both capabilities are critical to developing and establishing trust throughout a supply chain. As customers demand more transparency about their products, as well as faster action to address an issue when it comes up, companies need to be aware of what’s happening with their supply chain partners. This is especially critical for SMBs, which may depend more on partners and where it takes only one mistake to be the difference between overcoming a challenge to the business and going out of business.

Oracle Intelligent Track and Trace

Oracle offers a pre-built blockchain application that provides end-to-end visibility into supply chain networks. Oracle Intelligent Track and Trace enables companies of all sizes to see more details and facilitate supply chains by inviting trading partners to the network. When SMBs can leverage their existing technological infrastructure and partners, they can begin creating a future-ready supply chain that encourages transparency, which is key if you want to begin breaking down silos and increasing agility within your business.

Check out this video to see how Oracle Intelligent Track and Trace helps with supply chain management.

Want to learn more about how Oracle Intelligent Track and Trace can help get your business future-ready? Visit our Track and Trace hub for more information about this blockchain application.

By Michael Richter, Director Product Marketing, Emerging Technologies, Oracle

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Royal Wessanen: Independent review report on interim financial information Wessanen available

This is a press release by Koninklijke Wessanen N.V. (“Wessanen” or the “Company”) in connection with the public offer by PAI Partners SAS and …

This is a press release by Koninklijke Wessanen N.V. (“Wessanen” or the “Company”) in connection with the public offer by PAI Partners SAS and various entities (indirectly) controlled by or affiliated to Charles Jobson and/or his family members, acting jointly through Best of Nature Bidco B.V., for all the issued and outstanding ordinary shares in the capital of Wessanen. This announcement does not constitute an offer, or any solicitation of any offer, to buy or subscribe for any securities in Wessanen. Any offer will be made only by means of the offer memorandum (the “Offer Memorandum”) approved by the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (Stichting Autoriteit Financiële Markten) on 11 July 2019 and made available on 12 July 2019. The Offer is not being made, and the Shares will not be accepted for purchase from or on behalf of any Shareholder, in any jurisdiction in which the making of the Offer or acceptance thereof would not be in compliance with the securities or other laws or regulations of such jurisdiction or would require any registration, approval or filing with any regulatory authority not expressly contemplated by the

terms of the Offer Memorandum.

Amsterdam, 2 August 2019

Independent review report on interim financial information Wessanen available

As indicated in Wessanen’s Position Statement dated 11 July 2019, Wessanen has, in connection with the Offer, arranged for its H1 2019 interim financial information (the “Interim Results”) to be reviewed by its auditor. On 2 August 2019, Deloitte Accountants B.V. completed its review of the semi-annual financial report for the six-month period ended 30 June 2019 and issued an independent review report. Based on the review, Deloitte has no reason to believe that the semi-annual financial report as published on 19 July 2019 was not prepared, in all material respects, in accordance with IAS 34, ‘Interim Financial Reporting’.

The Interim Results including Deloitte’s independent review report are available on Wessanen’s website (Newsroom section – subsection Press Releases – ) as of today.

Capitalised terms used, but not defined, in this press release have the meaning given to it in the Offer Memorandum.

For information contact

Hill+Knowlton Strategies

Ingo Heijnen

Phone +31 6 55867904

Maaike Veeling

Phone +31 6 20112163

Company profile

Wessanen is a leading company in the European market for healthy and sustainable food. In 2018, our revenue was €628 million and we employed on average 1,350 people. Our purpose is ‘connect to nature’ and we focus on organic, vegetarian, fair trade and nutritionally beneficial products. Our family of companies is committed to driving positive change in food in Europe. Our own brands include many pioneers and market leaders: Allos, Alter Eco, Bjorg, Bonneterre, Clipper, Destination, El Granero, Isola Bio, Kallø, Mrs Crimble’s, Tartex, Whole Earth and Zonnatura.


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Largest Blockchain Project signed between BP Batam, Indonesia and dClinic

This will include the delivery of BMB (Batam Medical Blockchain) leveraging dClinic’s PHB (Private Healthcare Blockchain) to be hosted at the …

Batam is well placed to be the centre of excellence for Blockchain and in particular for Medical Technology service advancements. This is very much in line with the Indonesian government’s plan to create Medical and Digital Economic Zones in Batam.

Dr. Sigit Riyarto ( Director of RSBP Batam ) proudly announced, “RSBP Batam has already won a number of awards for its innovation. Working now with dClinic we aim to introduce the BMB to Batam and then to the greater Indonesia. What we can achieve through better communication with our patients will only assist the healthcare system and help bring change to way we communicate and encourage our consumers.

Dr. Edi Pambudi (Deputy Assistant Ministry of Monetary and Balance of Payments) added, “Indonesia is bold and mature enough to pursue its position as the leader of Blockchain excellence in this region and to bring leadership and digital innovation to rest of the world. This agreement between RSBP Batam and dClinic is another major step towards our plans to open up Batam and Indonesia to co-investment projects in Blockchain.

Edy Putra (Chairman of BP Batam) agrees, “BP Batam wants to develop new regulations to enable BP Batam to develop a special Medical Economic Zone. These new regulations are designed to create new innovative models of health service delivery especially for medical tourism, and we see this contract between dClinic and RSBP Batam as certainly furthering our goals.

Deloitte & Touche Financial Advisory Services Pte Ltd is the key advisor for this project. Chris de Lavigne, Executive Director at Deloitte & Touche Financial Advisory Services Pte Ltd, said, “Exponential technologies such as the Internet of Things, blockchain and artificial intelligence have the potential power to transform the healthcare sector. Around the world, healthcare stakeholders are looking for innovative, cost-effective ways to deliver patient-centered, technology-enabled ‘smart’ healthcare, both inside and outside hospital walls. Communities can take advantage of such digital and exponential technologies on data to make informed decisions.” See Deloitte & Touche Financial Advisory Services Pte Ltd will also be assisting dClinic with corporate governance and investment (including fund raising) strategies.

JP Consulting is proud to provide Clinical Governance and Services Advisory for the BMB Project,” said Jeff Parker Managing Director of JP Consulting (Aust) Pty Ltd.

For too long, organisations and governments have pursued static Electronic Health Records as their preferred solution to answer the complexities of their patient’s healthcare journeys. There is more evidence being compiled daily that these are restricted and often don’t work. The answer to healthcare worldwide is a dedicated Healthcare Blockchain. dClinic can provide such a solution and in Batam, Indonesia, we will. Coupled with our own Vitality Retreats, we will work with RSBP Batam to demonstrate the clear benefits of Blockchain for Healthcare,” said Dr Richard Satur (CEO of dClinic).

As part of its project reporting commitments, dClinic and BP Batam will make regular announcements in the media to update the Blockchain, Health and Wellness communities about progress in this region. BP Batam and dClinic also invite other companies to explore integration opportunities with BMB.

About dClinic

dClinic is the first healthcare company to operate clinics on a dedicated Private Healthcare Blockchain (PHB). The combination of owning our facilities and providing our revolutionary Private Healthcare Blockchain for the delivery of vitality and wellness services in partnership with local expert providers, is the key to successfully transforming the delivery of care for consumers world-wide. dClinic – My journey to VITALITY!

Press Contact:

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+61 412 433 167

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LGO receives Big Four audit, with similar crypto examinations on the rise

U.S.-based exchange Gemini announced it completed a SOC2, a security and privacy focused test, with Big Four player Deloitte at the start of this year …

Quick Take

  • Crypto exchange LGO just received an audit from Big Four firm PwC, claiming it’s the first Eurozone company to do so
  • Auditing in crypto presents unique challenges for auditors, and it’s beginning to change the landscape of the field to include more computer technology
  • Many companies that seek audits undergo the process to receive certain licenses, since it’s an expensive and involved undertaking

by Aislinn Keely

10 hrs ago · 3 min read

Crypto exchange LGO is taking what it views as a more traditional route to assure users that its exchange and token are secure. The company claims it is the first Eurozone crypto company to be audited by Big Four auditing firm PwC.

PwC’s French branch reviewed the company’s financial statements for several months, establishing ownership of cryptocurrencies and tokens the company received and created during its ICO.

LGO’s journey, which was long and marked by the difficulties proving ownership of assets during the audit period, reflects the difficulties auditors face in examining cryptocurrency firms. PwC’s Halo tool, released late June of this year, solved that problem by corroborating private keys to public access. It also corroborates information on blockchain transactions and balances through “interrogating” the ledger.

Indeed, crypto auditing is known to present further problems, according to Jeremy Nau, a manager of accounting firm Armanino’s blockchain practice. It can be challenging to convince regulators that funds on an exchange even exist. Nau’s firm does so by corroborating on-chain transactions as money moves from place to place.

Unreliable data and fake volumes also introduce headaches. In a crypto to crypto transaction, there isn’t a U.S. dollar amount applied, so an auditor needs to apply a price, but with large and often faked volumes that can be challenging, according to Nau. He said an auditor relying on blockchain evidence can utilize some tools, but that it’s still a challenge given the sheer variety of blockchains in existence. In some cases, auditors must run their own nodes to obtain reliable data, which can be difficult for those who come from an accounting background rather than crypto or computer science.

“The tools surrounding these pretty immature blockchains are very hard to use and you have to basically be a computer scientist to use it,” he said. “The skill set is completely changing from understanding numbers and financial statements to needing to be an auditor as well as really good with computers.”

Indeed, Nau said the accounting industry is moving to a place where it’s seeking to hire both skillsets. Many firms have a blockchain unit, according to Nau, and some are actively hiring those with blockchain or computer technology skills.

LGO CEO Hugo Renaudin said partnering with a Big Four audit firm like PwC gives the exchange an institutional stamp of approval, positioning them as an institutional grade partner for both traditional and crypto clients. But that might be marketing spin. Nau said an audit isn’t completed just to go the extra mile, it’s required for certain money transmitter licenses. Nau said for the most part, no one does an audit just for fun.

“Most of these companies are getting an audit because they need to, either by a legal, regulatory, investor or user demand,” he said.

Renaudin said he thinks other crypto companies will soon follow suit, and some already have. U.S.-based exchange Gemini announced it completed a SOC2, a security and privacy focused test, with Big Four player Deloitte at the start of this year.

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