Dell Technologies Forum, Delhi Edition – An epitome of innovation and exhilaration

By : |September 9, 2019 0

Brilliant would be an understatement to describe the first chapter of this year’s Dell Technologies Forum in India. As the saying goes, “Change is the name of the game”; in today’s digital world, there is no denying that the companies that change with time are the ones that thrive. Being a part of the event in Gurgaon, I was quite amazed to see the enthusiasm of people who were geared up to ride the bandwagon of change and accelerate towards Real Transformation.

The ripple effect of technology revolutions could be felt with the gamut of innovations that were unveiled at the forum. The assemblage of different sessions, including the hands-on zone and expert zone, exemplified the wave of disruption triggered by digital transformation, which is sweeping across different industries.

Dell Technologies Forum
Dell Technologies Forum
Dell Technologies Forum

The event started off with an inspiring keynote session by Ajay Kaul, Director of Sales, Dell Technologies and Paul Henaghan, Senior Vice President, Data Centre Solutions, Asia Pacific and Japan; where Paul Henaghan elucidated upon the future of AI and its impact, and how enterprises today need to leverage AI to optimize business processes. The event also saw a session on CIO Debate, where the thought leaders were on a panel discussion on how technology drives digital transformation.

Right now, the business opportunities are a blend of both physical and digital. As this new digital world is driven by emerging technologies, it is crucial for IT to be able to deliver the required technology support. This is the reason businesses, today, need to rethink the business processes, become more agile and customer-focused, and prioritize innovation.

The sessions at Dell Technologies Forum, Delhi edition, wonderfully reflected that right now businesses need to reinvent their products and service offerings, and even business models in order to stay competitive in the digital economy. Organizations must also take a data-centric approach and transform their underlying IT infrastructure.

So, if you missed the Delhi edition, make sure you attend the event in the next city and realize how you can reinvent greater efficiencies and agility for your business.

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