According to Rajnish Gupta, Senior Director, Enterprise and SMB Sales, HP Inc. India, his company's biggest investment in 2019 will be on tools, analytics and automation to help reduce complexity and simplify systems and processes.
The faster one aligns their business to a customer’s end-to-end story, the better they can push boundaries and lead today’s dynamic market, says Amarish Karnik, Director - General Business and Partners, Nutanix India.
Increased adoption of cloud will bring additional opportunities towards not only securing cloud but also providing visibility and control, says Vinayaka B S, Channel Alliance Leader, India and SAARC at Check Point Software Technologies.
With the help of our partners, we plan to grow in the commercial segment; acquire new customers and expand growth in markets where we are currently not present, says Kaushal Veluri, director- Channels and Alliances, NetApp India and SAARC.
Growth will be largely driven by multi cloud, private cloud, SD-WAN, and security services, according to Shantaram Shinde, VP and national head - channel business, NTT Com-Netmagic.
Major global IT players like Microsoft, IBM, Salesforce and Google have spent billions of dollars this year to expand in the cloud services industry.
With multiple challenges around compliance, stakeholders across the various sectors are pushing the GST Council to make a foolproof centralized registration mechanism and expedite tax refunds.
IoT is a source of data that is coupled with core business processes. An extra dimension comes with time series data and the state of the machines it interacts with. This creates the potential to create massive savings, and also helps in providing much better customer experience.
At the tenth edition of ChannelWorld Premier 100 Awards and Symposium 2018 in Gurugram, Dr. Charru Malhotra from IIPA spoke on how tech can solve the challenges in the e-governance space.