Indian software companies may not be reporting the 25 to 30 per cent growth rates they had witnessed a few years ago – and probably will never again – but they are still making rapid strides on the back of innovation, improved revenue productivity and by investing heavily in technology such as automation and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Two weeks after making Azure available locally in its three Indian datacentres, Microsoft has now announced locally hosted Office 365 services in India.
On October 12, the software giant said Office 365 services will now be delivered in India from the local datacentres in Mumbai, Pune and Chennai.
What is the event about?
As a business owner, your key intent would be to drive long term growth and profitability for your business. To stay ahead of the game, you need solutions and trusted partners, who can help transform your vision into reality.
Welcome to the city chapters of Microsoft Partner Summit 2015. We have Greyhound Research’s Chief to give you insights into the Indian market and how small and medium businesses are fast adapting to the evolving technology needs.
The rules of business are transforming. Join us for a fireside chat session with our Research Chief and Microsoft leaders. Interact with our experts, partners and industry peers to understand how to enhance your customer engagement, reduce costs and manage mobile workforce. We are here to make this growth real for you.
Catch our Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Sanchit Vir Gogia, Greyhound Research talk about the outcomes from our latest study, India Inc. 2015-16 in his keynote, Innovation & Growth – Making It Sustained and Inclusive.
This session will give insights on SMBs in India – their business priorities, challenges and expectations. More importantly, the session will also offer actionable insights on how SMBs can use Technology to leapfrog competition, improve customer engagement and at the same time, keep costs in control.
Panel Discussions Topics:
Catch our Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Sanchit Vir Gogia, Greyhound Research on three Panel Discussions:
Panel 1: Working Towards Improving Customer Engagement
Panel 2: Using a MobileFirst Strategy to Improve Workforce Productivity
Panel 3: Better Managing Finances With a CloudFirst Strategy
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When & Where?
October 5, 2015, Bangalore
October 7, 2015, Gurgaon
October 12, 2015, Mumbai
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