From the first industry upheaval of the 1850s to the advent of the transistor, we’ve witnessed three major revolutions in commerce, each more groundbreaking than the one before. Now, in the 21st century we teeter at the edge of the fourth revolution: the industry 4.0 which promises to deliver powerful firepower as it looks to iron out the creases between the different folds of modern technology.READ MORE
Government and non-profit organizations have remained at the backside of the modern digital revolution in lieu of limited funding and a cash-crunched scenario. However, modernizing and improving their IT infrastructure remain key goals governments and non-profit organizations look to realize in the face of compliance requirements and limited budgets.READ MORE
From the dot com bubble burst to the more mature market of today, IT services and networks remain paramount for enabling growth without any hiccups in internal infrastructures, cross-office communications or expansion implementations.
Smooth running of internal operations and seamless integration across multiple operatives is enabled by leveraging a powerful IT network partnering with Supra along with the international supports systems we have set up.READ MORE
As technology progresses in the 21st century so do classrooms as investors and teachers look to transform them in a more modern outlook. From the traditional methods of direct oral teachings to the modern classroom incorporating virtual (and augmented) reality environments, education has taken a massive step forward in imparting knowledge.READ MORE
Real estate business is rising to the forefront of the big data market place; with the recent boom in new housing projects and larger population migration to the cities, building firms are churning out large volumes of data across vast geographies. From a rapidly growing customer pool to more lofty goals and products, real estate promises to deliver an unprecedented growth rate in the coming years.READ MORE
In this age of hyper-connectivity, the extensivity of media becomes more pronounced as businesses and individuals alike look for faster and more reliable channels of communication. The world is becoming smaller as the outreach of global communications grows to bear a stronger resemblance of its name.READ MORE