Many muti-national companies are stepping forward to groom the agriculture and develop the rural sector in India. They have been introducing technologies that can help aid to local receivers, especially the farmers and the marketers to get connected to the active world and refine their processes of productivity.
Like wise, Tata Teleservices underscored digital disruption as the key discussion point at its annual multi-city industry confluence ‘Do Big Symposium’ in Delhi.
With more than 200 participants, consisting of CEOs, industry experts, entrepreneurs and CIOs, Tata Docomo led the discussion around the technologies powering digital disruption, such as – Internet of Things, Location Based Services, M2M solutions, Mobile Device Management and many more.
Speaking on the occasion Som Mittal, Former President, Nasscom, said “Technology has always been in a state of dynamic change. There is a need for a “Two Speed Organization” that should have strong and robust technology architecture as well as possess a fast and nimble operation speed. Digital is the big game changer that will offer numerous new opportunities to all players in the market, irrespective of how big or small they are.”
Srinath, Managing Director, Tata Teleservices Ltd, said “Digital Disruption is the key to business transformation. New age technologies are changing things faster than ever before and one of the key challenges facing business owners is how to stay relevant. “
Talking about digital disruption, Prateek Pashine, Head – Enterprise Business, Tata Teleservices, said “We are living in a very dynamic business environment which is highly shaped by fast changing digital technology landscape. Going virtual, mobile, and social are three mega trends that are creating a world of opportunities for organisations to effectively and efficiently connect with their customers, employees and ecosystem partners. Today, it is critical for organisations to have a cogent digital strategy as an integral part of the organisation blueprint to ensure their survival in this hyper fast times.
It discussed transformation in socio-economic sphere due to digital disruption and the imperatives of adopting digital to stay relevant — new age technologies such as virtualization, predictive analysis, sensors, and others that have the capacity to facilitate transformation of businesses as well as catalyse advancement of rural and urban India, in particular reference to sectors such as healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, e-governance and telecom.