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PMI Pune Seminar: Introduction to the Telecom Software Domain

What: Monthly meeting of Project Management Institute’s Deccan Pune Chapter, featuring an introduction to the Telecom Software Domain, and an introduction to Six Sigma When: Saturday, 11 April, 10am to 12:30pm Where: Pune Shramik Patrakar Sangh, Cummins Auditorium, 193 Navi Peth, Ganjwe Chowk, Near Alka Talkies, Garware bridge Registration and Fees: This talk is free […]

An overview of Computer Aided Design (CAD)

Pune is a hotbed of activity for CAD Software – both, for users as well as developers. We asked Yogesh Kulkarni, who has more than a decade of experience in this industry to team up with Amit Paranjape to give PuneTech readers an overview of this area. What is CAD? CAD is defined as the […]

Inside a Retail Supply Chain: How did ‘Maha’ DeshMart Survive the Economic Slowdown and Thrive

Image via Wikipedia ‘Maha’ DeshMart is a large (fictional) supermarket chain with a pan-India presence. Amit Paranjape, our resident expert on Supply Chain Management, discusses some of their management strategies and best practices. Special emphasis is put on the importance of ‘Information Technology’ and how it enables ‘Maha’ DeshMart to run one of the most […]

Supply Chain Management (SCM) Overview and SCM Development in Pune

by Amit Paranjape Have you ever wondered how much planning and co-ordination it takes to roll out Indicas smoothly off the Tata Motors assembly line? Consider this – A typical automobile consists of thousands of parts sourced from hundreds of suppliers, and a manufacturing and assembly process that consists of dozens of steps. All these […]

Designing for Usability

(Manas Garg, who had organized the recent POCC meeting on Usability, was inspired to write this article after attending that session.) Ultimately, we build all the systems so that they are used at one point of time, and the system that we build will be used only if they are usable. If a system is […]