The intelligent enterprise is gearing up to drive new levels of efficiencies
Technology spending among Indian companies is expected to grow significantly in 2016, and we are very optimistic about the opportunities arising from this market. We are expecting initiatives like the Digital India, Smart Cities to drive ICT spending in 2016.
Technology is moving at a rapid pace than ever and India’s ICT marketplace is seeing some significant shifts in the last few years. Social, mobile, analytics, cloud, and increasingly the Internet of Things have become driving forces behind the rapid evolution of digital businesses.
Some of the fast emerging themes that reflect the shifts being seen among the digital power players of tomorrow are:
The Internet of Me is changing the way people around the world interact through technology, placing the end user at the center of every digital experience.
At the same time, digital devices on the edge are powering an Outcome Economy and enabling a new business model that shifts the focus from selling things to selling results.
The Platform (R)evolution reflects how digital platforms are becoming the tools of choice for building next-generation products and services — and entire ecosystems in the digital and physical worlds.
The Intelligent Enterprise is making its machines smarter — embedding software intelligence into every aspect of its business to drive new levels of operational efficiency, evolution, and innovation.
Advances in more natural human interfaces, wearable devices, and smart machines are extending intelligent technology to interact as a ‘team member,’ working alongside employees in a ‘workforce re-imagined.’
In this evolving digital era, ICT has fully combined IT and CT, and is shifting from a support system that bolsters enterprise operations to a production system that drives business growth. This makes ICT a driving force rather than a hidden factor to business success, from business opportunity analysis to development platform innovation.
Digitization is bringing a more permanent change to the IT buying process, one that will create a far more complex sales environment for technology providers. Whereas responsibility for managing and maintaining a website can shift, organizations transforming work processes through digitization must retain authority over those processes. While this shift in buying power presents new opportunities for technology providers, most are not set up to sell to these new buyers.
Head of Solution Sales, South East Asia, Huawei