Part spreadsheet, part database, part vision board, Airtable lets workplace teams coordinate and collaborate on internal projects in a way that feels truly revolutionary, offering a customizable visual interface that gives users easy access to the information they need while allowing them to hide what they don’t. “What Slack is doing for communication, we [are] doing for structured software,” says CEO Howie Liu, explaining that Airtable occupies a middle ground between highly technical developer platforms, like Salesforce’s Force.com, and consumer-grade project-management tools such as Trello or Asana. Airtable, which launched to the public in 2015, says it has tripled its user base in each of the past two years and is now in the “seven figures” of users. Clients range from Netflix and Airbnb to cattle farmers, and include half of the Fortune 1000. To see the various ways that companies employ the platform, users can scroll through use cases on the … [Read more...] about A customizable workflow platform
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Himadri BuchMoneycontrol NewsShares of Manpasand Beverages have been on a downward journey for seven consecutive sessions, losing 55 percent of its value since the beginning of the week from May 23.That day it emerged that Deloitte Haskins & Sells India quit as the auditor of Manpasand Beverages as the fruit juice maker failed to provide them with "significant information" on the financial results for the year ended March 31, 2018. The announcement of results, slated for May 30, was subsequently postponed.Close This spooked investors, for whom Manpasand had been the flagbearer of rising rural consumption, the company that reflected the importance of Bharat - rural India - in the Indian economy. After all, Manpasand Beverages has the unique distinction of being the sole listed company from the beverages sector. related news Kiran Mazumdar Shaw settles alleged insider trading case with Sebi in Infosys matter … [Read more...] about Riches to Rags: What made Manpasand Beverages so popular to now so unpopular?
The top three risks for Indian corporates in the next three years pertain to cybersecurity, technology disruptions and regulatory risks, according to Deloitte India Risk Survey 2018.However, it added, there exists a divide on the viewpoint of risk management amongst Indian organisations.According to Deloitte ‘India Risk Survey 2018,’ 44 percent of businesses harness risks to find future opportunities and drive returns, while 36 percent use risk management with an aim to drive compliance and prevent losses.Close This insight further gets validated with the fact that regulatory risk with 44 percent still leads amongst the top three risk areas in India, followed by cybersecurity risk at 31 percent and technology disruption risk at 25 percent. related news Kiran Mazumdar Shaw settles alleged insider trading case with Sebi in Infosys matter Fiat Chrysler to recall nearly 700,000 SUVs for electrical fault risk OYO appoints Betsy Atkins as independent director The … [Read more...] about Regulatory, cyber security & tech distruption biggest risks for India Inc: Deloitte report
IKEA, Sweden-based world’s largest home furnishing major, will open its first Indian store in Hyderabad in July 2018, while the second store will be opened in Mumbai in 2019, according to Patrik Antoni, deputy country manager, IKEA India.Antoni said that in Mumbai, the company’s product offering will also be available online.The company’s strategy also entails entering two other metro cities - Delhi and Bangaluru, post which the operations will be extended to Kolkata, Pune, Ahmedabad, Surat, Chennai, Chandigarh, among others.Close IKEA has hired 150 employees for assembling products for its Hyderabad store. Out of 10,000 products available globally, the company will offer nearly 7,500 products in this outlet. related news Kiran Mazumdar Shaw settles alleged insider trading case with Sebi in Infosys matter Fiat Chrysler to recall nearly 700,000 SUVs for electrical fault risk OYO appoints Betsy Atkins as independent director Speaking about product prices, … [Read more...] about IKEA to open first Indian store at Hyderabad in July
With mere seconds to go before 1:30 p.m. ET, on a mountaintop overlooking Snobby Shores, Muselk scrambled up a makeshift ramp, lowered his sniper rifle, and peered down at the launchpad below. Like everyone else, he was here to see the rocket. advertisement advertisement An alarm sounded. Boosters rumbled. Fiery orange jets began pushing the missile skyward. “Oh. My. God. Yaaaaaaaaow! It’s going, boys, it’s going!” Muselk shouted to his friend LachyDachy. He peered through his rifle’s scope to get a better look as the rocket disappeared into the night sky. For a moment: silence. But then the rocket returned, first as a drifting star, and then—suddenly—as a murderous projectile, bearing down on the world below. The missile careened low across fields, buzzed buildings, and then shot upward to crack the sky itself, leaving behind a shimmery blue fracture. “Do you see that crack?” LachyDachy breathed. “Do I see the … [Read more...] about If you think Fortnite is just a video game, you’re missing the big picture