Smart data center is a software defined system, which integrates legacy systems with new infrastructures such as cloud, which enables enterprises to store, share, and networking of data virtually, making it a dynamic data center.
The data center infrastructure market is poised to grow owing to the high growth of organizational data and the rise of big data. Rapid industrialization and the increase in outsourcing activities, primarily in countries including China and India, have contributed to the high growth of organizational data traffic comprising customer information such as personal and financial data. To accommodate this high data traffic, companies are increasing their expenditure on construction of new facilities. Moreover, the penetration of cloud computing has further increased the competitiveness of the industry as various companies, such as AWS and Google, are actively investing in the technology to help in the easy scaling of the data center resources and gain more visibility in the activities.
The carbon and energy software includes the software applications, which provide services such as real-time metering, building simulation & modelling, carbon sustainability reporting, utility bill tracking, and energy audits.
Camp management software tools allow modernizing of the camp facility by automating and streamlining entire back-office administrative functions that are complex and vast to accomplish. 
Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) is a software tool that assists engineers, architects, and other professionals to design and manufacture objects.
Computer Aided Design (CAD) is a software tool that assists, architects, and engineers other professionals to design and manufacture objects. Such software replaces manual drafting with an automated process.
Business document work process management refers to enterprise end-to-end business process management related to any transactions, or any other business activity.
Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) are hardware-software systems installed in buildings that monitor and control the energy needs of a building to ensure efficient and economical energy utilization.
Building energy management solutions are used in various residential and commercial buildings including businesses to save electric and natural gas costs. 
A contact center (also referred to as a customer interaction center or e-contact center) is a central point in an enterprise from which all customer contacts are managed. The contact center typically includes one or more online call centers but may include other types of customer contact as well, including e-mail newsletters, postal mail catalogs, Web site inquiries and chats, and the collection of information from customers during in-store purchasing. A contact center is generally part of an enterprise's overall customer relationship management (CRM).