Digital Disruption is the key to business transformation and new age technologies are changing things faster than ever before, Tata Teleservices Managing Director N. Srinath said.
“ The adoption of technologies such as big data, mobile broadband, social media, Internet-of-Things and cloud computing has led to a massive impact on the enterprise business from employees to supply chain, operations, management and customers,” he said at the Tata Teleservices annual multi-city industry confluence ‘Do Big Symposium’ in Delhi.
More than 200 participants, consisting of CEOs, industry experts, entrepreneurs and CIOs attended the event. Tata Docomo led the discussion around the technologies powering digital disruption, such as – Internet of Things, Location Based Services, M2M solutions and Mobile Device Management.
Some of the major industry experts participated in the discussions include, Som Mittal, Nasscom’s former president Vijay Sethi and Hero MotorCorp CIO Varun Sood.
Major participant organisation included names such as Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), Snapdeal, IT Department of Haryana, Askme.com, Luminous India, DEN Network, Poilcybazaar, ValueFirst, Konica Minolta, Diametriks Consulting Nettree, etc.
Speaking on the occasion Som Mittal said technology now is no longer limited to the purview of technologists alone but has gone beyond and become important for everyone.
He pointed out that the era of digital disruption has dawned and has driven innovation across various key sectors like retail, healthcare, manufacturing (3D printing) and so on. Internet of Things, will impact the very core of how business is done.
Talking about digital disruption, Tata Teleservices Enterprise Business Head Prateek Pashine noted that 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.
Prateek is of the view that 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.