Top 5 blog posts of 2015: Trends

2015 was a good year for the EY Advisory India Blog.

For our last post of the year, we thought we’d do something a little different – we trawled through all the blogs of 2015, and pulled out the five most read .

Digital, is undoubtedly the defining trend of our times and it was little surprise that four of the top five were posts on the impact digital trends were already having on every aspect of the business, and the bigger impact they were going to have in the near future. The fifth post was also on another extremely topical subject – GST.

The most-read blog of the year was Manesh Patel’s take on how the use of analytics is revolutionizing the way companies are conducting Internal Audit engagements. Big data and analytics was also the topic of the third blog on the list. In May, N. Balaji wrote on the evolution of analytics as a key differentiator for organizations across sectors.

Our IT Advisory leader, Samiron Ghoshal, wrote two blogs that made the list. While the first post was on digital transformation and the five key digital trends — Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud and Internet of Things (SMACi) that help shape that transformation, the second focussed on how digital had emerged as a board agenda.

The final post to make it to the list was Nitesh Mehrotra’s 101 on GST.  Nitesh’s exhaustive post took us through the evolution of GST, its importance and how the tax structure in India would look like once GST is implemented.

We hope you enjoy reading these blogs once more! Happy Holidays and a very Happy New Year!

 

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