Ness Digital Engineering

300 Frank W. Burr Blvd Fl 5, Teaneck, NJ 07666

Ness is a full lifecycle digital engineering firm offering digital advisory through scaled engineering services. Combining our core competence in engineering with the latest in digital strategy and technology, we seamlessly manage Digital Transformation journeys from strategy through execution to help businesses thrive in the digital economy. As your tech partner, we help engineer your company’s future with cloud and data. Ness provides global capabilities & local presence to support our clients. We have 21 locations and 4,500+ employees with innovation hubs and delivery teams in regions known for their engineering talent. For more information, visit www.ness.com We know that people are our greatest asset. Our staff’s professionalism, innovation, teamwork, and dedication to excellence have helped us build our strong reputation in digital platform engineering. It is these qualities that are vital to our continued success As a Ness employee, you will be working on products and platforms for client companies that are leading their fields in innovation. The opportunity to evolve your expertise by using new cutting-edge technologies will expand your horizons and create an exciting work environment. You’ll also gain enormous knowledge working alongside other highly skilled professionals that will help accelerate your career progression.

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3.4

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Industry

Big data and analytics

Category

Information Technology Support Services

ESG/Ethical Impact

Environmental stresses can be better managed, monitored, and prevented by combining data with technological advances in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), imagery, robotic process automation (RPA), and the Internet of Things (IoT). These technologies can be applied across an array of industries to optimize processes and operate more efficiently. In the case of the transportation sector, traffic congestion and fuel consumption can be reduced. Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory used AI/ML to teach traffic cameras to recognize specific vehicle types and estimated gas mileage to send this information to the next intersection’s traffic light. AI is helping make autonomous cars a reality. According to a report by the Intelligent Transportation Society of America, autonomous vehicles alone can enact a 2-4% reduction in oil consumption and related greenhouse gas emissions annually over the next 10 years. Supply chain logistics are being transformed in manufacturing by leveraging AI/ML to better predict demand and optimize fleet management efficiencies in real-time for deliveries. The benefits in the area of agriculture are tremendous. Drones can inspect large acreages for damage after a storm or harm caused by pests. Using this type of imaging can help assess and possibly prevent additional damage. Soil pollution can be better controlled by using data to enhance decision-making on the optimal times to spray and harvest. A leader known for the development of high-efficiency battery storage packs for eMobility as well as stationary storage systems was developing the electronic control unit (ECU) software for electronic vehicle prototype projects. With increased demand, the company needed to standardize the software to comply with all automotive regulations and safety standards. The company partnered with Ness to perform the development, integration, and testing of ECUs for the powertrain within electric vehicles.

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Awards Received

2023

Revenues

$568,400,000.00

Website Traffic

Employee Rating

4.2

Customer Rating

3.6

Company Size

1000-5000

ESG Risk Rating

3

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