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The current pandemic has shaken every sector across the globe, forcing every organization to rapidly re-think their business models and technology priorities. The IT/ITeS sector is no exception, and in fact faces double the pressure of other sectors—internal and external.
Internally, the sector must re-invent its workforce strategy to enable seamless remote working, like building an intelligent edge, translating best practices into virtual formats, etc. Externally, the sector must rapidly introduce disruptive technology innovations for its customers, which are data-driven and cloud-enabled, to digitally transform their way of working.
Which technology innovations should the sector focus on to bring business back on track, despite reduced demand and lower IT budgets? How can the sector continue deriving the same productivity from what’s now a distributed workforce?
It’s time for the IT/ITeS sector to once again re-invent itself like never before.
Join this webinar to find out how the IT/ITeS sector should re-build itself for a changing world.
Attend the webinar and get
insights by thought leaders on:
New IT Delivery
Models to gear
Ensuring seamless remote working to enhance workforce productivity
Vice President - Information Technology,
Co-founder & Director ,
Associate Product Manager
VP-Research and Consulting,
|03:00 : 03:05
|Introduction by Anil Chopra, VP-Research and Consulting, CMR
|03:05 : 03: 35
|Panel Discussion: Bouncing Back with Technological Innovation
Anuj Joshi, Vice President – Information Technology, eValueserve
Hareish Gur, Co-founder & Director, Servosys
Manoj Kolekar, Senior Evangelist, HPE India
Moderated by Anil Chopra
|03:35 : 03:45
|New IT Delivery Models in the Neo Normal by Manoj Kolekar, Senior Evangelist, HPE India
|03:45 : 03:55
|Session by Amol Dalal, Associate Product Manager, Ingram Micro
|03:55 : 04:00
|Vote of Thanks
*Tentative agenda. Subject to change.