After passing through one of the most testing times in history, Indian organizations are now looking at renewed opportunities with great hope, as vaccinations get underway in an ambitious way.
While 2020 was truly a year of resilience, 2021 can be a year of massive opportunities. Research firm, Gartner, for example, estimates that India’s IT spending to grow 6.8% over the last year to $88.8 billion in 2021.
This is faster than the 6.2% year-on-year growth that the global research and advisory firm has forecast for worldwide IT spending. That Cloud has become the new normal is in evidence with most organizations having already adopted Cloud, or planning to increase the number of deployments using the Cloud.
What’s more, as CIOs fast track their IT projects, demand for enterprise software and remote working solutions are expected to surge. Security too will see increased prominence, as identity becomes the new perimeter.
Against this interesting context, Digital Technology Senate, India’s most definitive voice and platform for CIOs, will showcase how India’s leading organizations are improving customer engagement by experimenting with emerging technologies such as AI and RPA.