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June 23, 2020 13 min

Enterprises globally have deployed different playbooks to minimize the impact of the pandemic, adapt to new circumstances, accelerate recovery, and orchestrate growth. Businesses have had to adopt liquidity planning and cash conservation, enable modernization of infrastructure, rethink demand generation to sustain while focusing on product, captive, and functional carve outs, territory and service line expansions, Intelligent Automation, and M&As to evolve and prosper. Enterprises operated amidst unknown unknowns.                       


In this episode, Sandeep Kalra, President of Technology Services at Persistent Systems and Pari Natarajan, CEO, Zinnov discuss how businesses can plan for such uncertainties in the future, the various innovative business models that can help them variabilize technology development costs, and the different strategies that companies can deploy to become more resilient.

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