A Cloud Computing Perspective towards Adoption of Technological Transformation and Innovation among Higher Educational InstitutionsAuthor : K. C. Shiva Shankar and G. T. Jagadeesha
Volume 8 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 134-138
In this competitive business environment, each and every service providers tries to differentiate themselves in offering their products and services according to the basic expectations of the target audiences. Wherein currently technological transformation and its adoption becomes a predominant and essential factor for the success of any service provider in the modern educational institution of the growing Indian service sector. Adoption of modern technologies in to their business offerings certainly increased their competitive advantage compared to other service providers on one hand and on the other hand it provides a unique way of delivery its regular services with a major differentiation with help of technology among their major stakeholders. Modern Growing Educational Institutions are now a days forced to make use of the technological advancements available to them in order increase their business potential and also adoption of such technologies like Cloud Computing (CC), Internet of Things (IoT), Business Automation with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), etc., has certainly provided a wider range of opportunities in the field of education. However, it is the basic responsibility of each and every service provider to make use of such technology in to their business when and wherever it is required, it needs to be analyzed and utilized within shorter period of time would certainly help them to become a market leader, at the same time, service providers of various educational institutions would be found to be more aggressive in their day to day offering of their services to various stake holders and also business activities would be certainly enriched with the higher adoption of Technology as a core competence factor.
Cloud Computing, Higher Educational Institutions (HEI’s), Technological Transformation
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