After the first wave of computerisation, during the 2nd and 3rd wave, IT started enabling the business and then creating
new business models. We have seen the impact of e-commerce and virtual market place and how every business is riding on the
technology backbone. I feel time has come to rethink if the technology that was developed in 70s and 80s of last century is
good enough to lead the business processes and business models of 2nd decade of 21s century.
Sachin Dabir, CEO, Ashnik (UK)
Ashnik being the Certified Training Partner of EnterpriseDB, has been taking initiatives to educate and enable
PostgreSQL users and customers in ASEAN region. We recently organized public batch trainings in Manila, PH, Kula
Lumpur, MY, Singapore and Jakarta, ID. The response was overwhelming. We had participants from different walks of
database roles. There were existing customers, open source PostgreSQL users and few others who are considering
Sameer Kumar, Database Consultant | Ashnik
An elephant, though carries massive strength, the same massive size and its huge body weight makes the elephant difficult to move
about with ease or change courses of its direction swiftly. Compare that to a cheetah. They are the fastest land mammals averaging
at a speed of 120 km/h. Their shape, agility and the fact that they have strong muscular legs, help them achieve those speeds very easily.
To me, an elephant represents a rigid organisation - one who has a massive size, scale of operations, well-defined process, standards,
compliance norms, but very difficult to move, very difficult to change
Kaustubh Patwardhan, Business and Strategy Head | Ashnik