IT Event Promises to Be Bigger, Better

Published: 12th November 2014 05:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th November 2014 05:59 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU: The city’s annual IT showcase event promises to be bigger and better this year. For the first time, Bangalore will be held in partnership with CeBIT, which is being brought to India by Hannover Milano Fairs. The three-day function will take off on Wednesday at Bangalore International Exhibition Center.

This year’s showcase will feature several global technology brands as well as companies based in the city like Infosys, Accenture, Intel and many more from diverse fields like education and politics.

According to the organisers, there will be sessions on Ideas for Digital India, eGovernance, and skill development besides a round-table of state secretaries during the conference. Karnataka IT export awards will also be given away at the conference, a statement said.

“Bangalore will collaborate with CeBIT India to strengthen the +91 initiative, which will showcase promising startups from IT, ITeS and electronics. This year, STPI will showcase 100 member companies across India and Karnataka at the exhibition,” a statement by the organisers said.

Over 600 exhibitors from 35 countries besides 30,000 business visitors are expected to take part. Around 60 industry leaders will discuss various topics related to the ITeS sector like ERP and data analysis, IT services, web and mobile solutions, business communication and other subjects.

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