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Akhilesh Srivastava is Chief General Manager (IT & Highway Operations) in National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and COO IHMCL. He is looking after modernization of Highway sector by the integration of IT in Highway Project life cycle to enhance speed & quality of construction. He is also standardizing the contract management procedures to enhance transparency & to minimize the litigations. Apart from this, he is in-charge of Highway Operations of NHAI, which includes Government of India prestigious project -Electronic Toll Collection apart from the development of Wayside Amenities, Road Safety, Incident Management, Web radio, Solar lighting and Plantation along the National Highways.
2 years ago
Data Lakes have become the cornerstone of several big data implementations. Compared to data warehouses, data lakes offer huge benefits, especially when working with large volumes of unstructured data generated at high velocities.
2 years ago
6 Incredible Benefits of Implementing Blockchain Technology in the Construction Sector
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