This white paper is a direct outgrowth of US-India Business Council (USIBC) Chairman and MasterCard Global CEO Ajay Banga's mission to meet with the new Modi Administration in June.
One of the greatest challenges faced with Big Data analytics of sensor data is acquiring the sensor data in a scalable, reliable and consistent manner. This white paper from Gartner and OSIsoft discusses a strategic approach for sensor data archival and utilization in Big Data analytics.
Payments touch every aspect of our lives. This white paper from MasterCard explains how removing cash from the economy creates far-reaching and cumulative benefits for all participants -- citizens, merchants, tourists and government -- improving life for the city at-large.
There are a lot of reasons why the water industry is in significant disarray today. In this white paper, West Monroe Partners suggest looking at process improvements and efficiency gains to lower operating costs and help offset the required spending on infrastructure replacement that is inevitable.
The West Monroe Partners' 2015 Customer Effort Index in Utilities study found, as this white paper explains, that utilities gain more credibility and support by proactively designing customer interactions as “effortless” as possible across channels.
India has recently committed to the development and construction of 100 Smart Cities to meet the demands of its rapidly growing and urbanizing population. This effort will include construction of new municipalities and renovation of existing cities as the rural population shifts into urban areas.
A global study by Veolia and the International Food Policy Research Institute found that rapidly deteriorating water quality over the next several decades will increase risks to human health, economic development and thousands of aquatic ecosystems in developed and developing economies alike. Learn about sustainable solutions available to cities.
Cloud software services are bringing about rapid and diverse changes to how a water utility operates and how data is used. As new systems often require new technology resources to operate and support, this Badger Meter white paper explains why utilities are finding cloud computing to be a viable alternative to investing in additional hardware.