IT sector seen to benefit from Indiasoft

Organised by ESC, India's premier international IT exposition will be held on March 10-11, 2016 in Mumbai with the support of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.



By Staff Report

Published: Mon 22 Jun 2015, 11:42 PM

Last updated: Wed 8 Jul 2015, 3:18 PM

Dubai: The Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council, or ESC, has announced dates of the 16th edition of the India IT Show and its Middle East office will help facilitate regional participants, regional director Kamal Vachani said in a statement.

India’s IT sector continues to play an important role in the new knowledge based socio-economic revolution that is sweeping the world today. The world has witnessed India’s emergence as an important source of e-solutions and services for meeting the global demand of computer software services.

Organised by ESC, India’s premier international IT exposition will be held on March 10-11, 2016 in Mumbai with the support of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

The high-tech edition, which is also known as Indiasoft, will be visited by global IT fraternity including Latin America, Africa, CIS, Asean, Saarc, North America, Europe, Japan, Middle East, Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, etc.

The organisers will host around 400 IT buyers from more than 75 countries converging for business networking and creating a win-win situation by providing a unique business opportunity to both global buyers and Indian exhibitors to interact and forge business alliances, strategic networking, joint ventures, business tie ups.

This year there will be around 150 Indian IT companies displaying a world of innovations in various verticals of IT including software development, software products embedded systems, information security, Web and mobile marketing, cloud computing, IoT/M2M, etc, said Vachani.

Indiasoft gives special importance to Middle East delegates as the region’s IT-related demand is increasing significantly, he said, adding that the council has planned to provide complimentary air tickets to select delegates.

ESC executive director DK Sareen said that software companies should meet the criteria to avail the complimentary air tickets.

abdulbasit@khaleejtimes.com


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