NASSCOM EMERGEOUT Conclave Chennai focused on end users of technology tomorrow; Cricket and technology added to the agenda
Technology is integrated into our lives like never before. We can’t imagine lives without those BlackBerrys, iPhones, Android phones, satellite televisions, Internet, and social media at the personal level. Technology is also transforming businesses—SMBs and big corporates. It is important for end users to know how technology can be effectively leveraged to increase productivity and profits. Cricket is one example of a sport that is followed as a religion in India and which has used technology very effectively in many aspects of the game, both off the field and on the field. The program team of NASSCOM EMERGEOUT Conclave at Chennai (tomorrow, 7 June 2011) has included the end users of technology to tell the audience about how technology is used in cricket. Krish Srikkanth, Chairman of Selectors (Indian Cricket Team) and founder of a Web startup CareerStrokes.com, will deliver the keynote address on IT Leadership for the Next Generation of Innovation. Then a lively discussion about cricket and technology would follow.
Mobile is touted to be the next game changer. Already the app market is estimated to explode to unimaginable levels. The mobile stories from the field is sure to engage you into thinking for options. Buying technology is a task and choosing the right one is all the more important for the investment made. Some strategies on this front will be deliberated by a panel.
Cloud computing is also transforming business models. So the ready-to-use apps will be showecased in addition to Xpress Pitch, an opportunity for the select eight to showcase their product stories.
In addition, you will be able to network with a host of end users, buyers and sellers of technology under one roof. The EMERGEOUT Forum has always delivered on its promise. So be ready to fill your calendar with an exciting day at Hilton, Chennai.
—Venkatesh Krishnamoorthy, chief evangelist