India is no more a hushed sound waiting to be heard by the world. It has become a roar, with the youngest and the brightest minds striving for excellence in all walks of life. India finds itself beginning to be a center of attraction when it’s about Technology- the present and the future of it- the innovator and the consumer of it.
Digital India, the campaign launched by the Indian government to ensure that India builds itself up on the IT front, has garnered the interest of the world since it was launched in July 2015. The Hon’ble Prime Minister of India has since then been the strongest ambassador of the crusade. In June this year, the Indian Prime Minister had a conference in Silicon Valley with the CEOs of the IT giants which had become the talk of the “town” immediately.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, Walmart’s Doug McMillon, Caterpillar’s Jim Umpleby, Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Microsoft’s Satya Nadella were present at the event where the Indian Prime Minister had taken up issues covering VISAs, investment opportunities and job creation in India.
In one voice, the various campaigns taken up by the present government were praised by the Tech-giants, be it ‘Start-up India’, ‘Make in India’, or ‘Digital India‘. The leaders of innovation had welcomed the various reforms that were brought in by the Indian government. The government’s resolve towards embracing Technologies has recently led to a boom in the number of Indian start-ups. NASSCOM predicted that India’s start-up ecosystem will house about 10,500 start-ups by 2020.
The Indian IT companies will soon be standing tall yet again in the Global IT landscape in September this year at the Mobile World Congress’ Americas debut to be held in San Francisco. The three-day event will revolve around the latest Technological developments in the ambit of Information Technology and is being organized by GSMA in partnership with CTIA.
Mobility solution developers, service providers, hardware manufacturers, vendors, executives, and owners will witness an event jammed with the hottest Technological trends. The event is being backed up by the Government of India as it promotes its vision of ‘Digital India’ and ‘Make in India’.
Indian IT enterprises will be fairly visible amongst many other offshore development companies in MWC Americas 2017, highlighting cutting-edge Technologies in fields like IoT(Internet of Things), Augmented reality, Wearable Technology, Virtual Reality, Sensor Technology and many more.
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The event will provide the visitors with the most sought-after solutions being provided by the leading Technology innovators from around the world. Indian companies are gearing up for the same to prove their mettle on an International platform in order to amass the attention of the customers and partners alike.
The event will be fairly inclined towards the disruption of traditional solutions through mobile applications. The transformation that is happening with the increased use of mobile devices will be the center point of the various offerings by the visitors in MWC Americas 2017.
CDN Solutions Group being an Indian IT company is proud of Digital India campaign and is exhibiting in MWC Americas event to make India’s presence stronger in American market. So if you are looking for an offshore software development partner then do visit CDN at stand S.2256 and S.2258.