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'Role of trade, IT to decide future trend'

Published: 11th August 2013 11:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th August 2013 11:51 AM   |  A+A-

A three-day national level annual business conclave organised by the Xavier Institute of Management (XIMB), Bhubaneswar, where top speakers from the industry gathered, concluded recently.

At the three-day event, the delegates from top companies spoke about their personal experiences and industry trends. The conclave was organised by the Systems Association of XIMB (X-SYS).

The three days were scheduled with high powered talks by speakers like HCL Technologies Global Operations Director Debasis Dash, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) joint director Sarat Kumar Malik and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Business Intelligence and Performance Management (BIPM) services head Prakas Sah.

The speakers emphasised on future prospects and possibilities which can be achieved by combining business and IT intelligence. Dash pointed out that their organisation’s next biggest asset will be the data and valuable information that they possess.  Malik participated in the discussion which focused on how to tackle financial wave by implementing effective policy measures.

Quadria Investment Management managing partner and an alumnus of XIMB Srinivas Baratam talked about what an investor looks at while investing in a country. Bhubaneswar Stock Exchange CEO Debraj Biswal and Reserve Bank of India’s Chief General Manager and Regional Director PK Jena were also present.

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