Crayon Software Experts, a leading global software and cloud expert, today announced its participation in the upcoming INFOCOM event held in Calcutta from 6th – 8th of December.
In the event, Mr Vikas Bhonsle, CEO at Crayon will be the star speaker. Mr Bhonsle, hi-tech veteran, brings over 19 years of experience in the IT industry. He will be addressing the key reasons behind ‘why it’s high time to shift to cloud’ in today’s digital era. He will also be sharing his insights on transforming business models, creating new customer experience and of course empowering workforce thereby increasing productivity.
“In today’s business environment, companies look for digital transformation as a key strategic priority. It’s not an option anymore, its necessity. Every business today, irrespective of the company size, geography or industry, is making their way to some or the other digital transformation. It helps them to connect more closely with customers, speed up the pace of innovation, resulting in a greater share of profit in their respective sectors. Adapting quickly to this change is becoming a make-or-break proposition for many companies worldwide and this is where Crayon as software and cloud expert put in value,” said Vikas Bhonsle, CEO at Crayon Software Experts India. “It is a very big opportunity for us. Events like these provide a good platform to interact and build relationships with our target audience.”
According to recent reports from IDC, Digital transformation (DX) spending is forecast to reach $1.97 trillion in 2022 globally. The India Software Market is expected to achieve a year-on-year (y-o-y) growth of 13.5% by the end of year 2018 to reach USD 5.6 billion, as per (International Data Corporation) IDC’s latest Asia Pacific, excluding Japan (APeJ) Semi-annual Software Tracker, 2H 2017. India is currently amongst the top 3 Software Markets in the APeJ region, and with an estimated CAGR of 16.6% for 2017-2022, would also account for the highest growth rate amongst the APeJ countries for the above-mentioned forecast period.