According to a survey of about 200 Indian channel partners, fiscal 2015-16 is going to be an eventful year. Here are the challenges, emerging technologies and trends that will shape the year for you.
With new technologies gaining ground, and a stable economy, VADs are optimistic about growth this fiscal. And for that, VADs are piggybacking on channel partners.
With new technologies emerging, this fiscal is rife with plans, strategies, challenges and a lot of excitement. Rajesh Mathkar, Director, Wysetek Technologists, highlights the strategies that will help his company stay ahead in the game.
Availability and retention of IT skills has always been a huge challenge for the Indian IT market. Indian channel partners say it will continue to a big hurdle in the way of growth this fiscal as well.
Technology companies and solution providers need to wake up and smell the coffee to have a blockbuster fiscal year. And there are a few important changes to start with.
Inflow Technologiesâ€™ tie up with 39 vendor companies, an extensive tech portfolio, and a services play, are great value propositions for enterprise channels, says its President and CEO, Byju Pillai.
Focused on niche vendor alliances around data, network and app management backed by a robust channel ecosystem marked iValue's success in 2014. What clicked for the seven-year-old VAD?
Mutual trust and long lasting bond with vendor companies and channel partners helps VADs to evolve and succeed in todayâ€™s aggressively competitive market. Leveraging competent channel partners and forge niche vendor alliances marks RAH Infotechâ€™s success in 2014.
As a leading value added distributor, Satcom Infotech is emerging as an end-to-end security player, helping both customers and partners grow.
As emerging technologies introduce new threats to the enterprise landscape, they are making channel partners anxious. But VADs like ComGuard are putting their worries to rest. Here's how.
Priyadarshi Mohapatra, Managing Director, India and SAARC, Avaya, on how IT is transitioning from a keep-the-lights-on role to one that enables customers to deliver results.
The development of digital infrastructure will be a key growth driver for technology and solution providers.
Parag Arora, Area Vice President and India Head, India Sub-continent, Citrix, says new technologies will force organizations to take a user-first approach in 2015.
Karan Bajwa, Managing Director, Microsoft India, says, in 2015, organizations will adopt a mobile-first and cloud-first strategy to get ahead of competition.
Dinesh Malkani, President, India and SAARC, Cisco, talks about IoT and the significant technology transitions in the networking world.
Cloud and mobility are the two technologies that will fuel the rapid adoption of the third platform in India.
Sanjay Rohatgi, Presidentâ€“Sales, Symantec India, says the company has a set of holistic solutions in place to secure organizations from security threats.
Organizations will need to turn inwards to establish robust information security strategies.
Alok Ohrie, President and Managing Director, Dell India, on the companyâ€™s investments to build end-to-end solutions and delivery capabilities for a digital world.
A look at the findings of the State of the CIO 2014 survey and the challenges, benefits, and strategies of cloud computing that are keeping your customers on their toes. As their channel partners, here's what you need to know.
We bring to you six global CEOs who made the idea work, or not.
A peek into some of the most unusual datacenter locations in the world. Here are 13 datacenters that are built in unusual locations like mines, ships, trucks and even a nuclear collidor. Taking about common wisdom, eh?
The abrupt exit of top leaders of Indian and global tech companies this year, with many of them citing ambiguous reasons, surprised the technology world.
Transitioning towards a service-oriented company will boost our growth, believes Kavita Singhal, director, Kamtron Systems.
Delivering â€˜best of breedâ€™ technologies to enterprises is key to success, says Monish Chhabria, MD, TIM Infratech
A vendor-agnostic strategy helped us sustain business, says Bharat Shetty, CMD, Mudra Electronics.
Our USP is a customer-friendly approach backed by services, says Akhilesh Khandelwal, Director, Systematix Technologies.
Our ability to turnaround complex ERP projects in record time is what gets us customer referral, says Vinay Vohra, Founder & CEO, CorporateServe Solutions.
We are emerging as an end-to-end systems integrator, says Vinod Kumar, MD, KernelSphere Technologies.
We constantly validate emerging technologies for first-mover advantage, says Vergis K.R., CEO, Uniware Systems.
An innovative approach helps us stay successful, says Ashish Agarwal, CEO, Astek Networking & Solutions.
Our approach is backed by innovation and simplicity, says Priyadarshi Nanu Pany, CEO, CSM Technologies.
Atul H. Gosar, Director, Network Techlab, shares how the companyâ€™s association with EMC has provided it with a competitive edge and a wide customer base, leading to increased profitability.
Venkat Murthy, Prime Mover, 22by7 Solutions, shares how EMC brings in competitive edge by enabling technology, GTM and lead generation, helping 22by7 acquire new customers and retain old ones.
Deepak Jadhav, Director, VDA Infosolutions, says initiatives by EMC around training and certification have helped the companyâ€™s staff improve its performance and enhance customer experience.
Rajiv Kumar, CEO, Proactive Data Systems, says that the solution providerâ€™s association with EMC has helped expand its customer base and added value to existing offerings.
Santosh Agrawal, CEO, Esconet Technologies, shares insights on how the systems integratorâ€™s association with EMC has spelled sustained success over the years.
Nitin Aggarwal, Director, Trifin Technologies, shares insights on how the association with EMC has helped the system integrator stand out and empowered its personnel to deliver consistent performance.
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