India’s leading technology solution aggregator Ingram Micro announced its flagship industry event – Digital Transformation Summit 2019 on the 4th & 5th of September. Billed as the largest event for the IT channel in India, the two-day event will cover a wide spectrum of topics from HCI, SDWAN, Storage, Cybersecurity to emerging technologies like IoT & AI to the latest in Consumer & Commercial IT, Mobility, Drones etc.
The main event at the JW Marriott Sahar, Mumbai will be live-streamed to 30+ locations across India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh & Nepal. With over 3000 VARs, SIs, MSPs, born-in-cloud channel partners, SME/SMB customers and OEMs are expected to be part of this grand congregation of technology and business. An event of this scale has seldom been seen globally, let alone in India and this will be the first-of-its-kind conference for the Indian IT channel ecosystem. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn the latest technology trends from industry thought leaders, attend interactive workshops and hands-on tech labs, and network with over 20 eminent vendor and industry experts. The event is being headlined by some of the biggest names in the industry like Microsoft and Cisco and aligns to the company’s global and regional conferences that are designed to allow partners and vendors to share best practices and strategies to succeed in the channel.
Diego Utge, SVP & Country Chief Executive, Ingram Micro India, said: “When we started planning for this conference, we asked ourselves how we can take the message of digital transformation from a select few in metros to the mass market in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities so that the message is understood and embraced by everyone in the IT ecosystem. With a carefully designed agenda that covers the various established and emerging technologies delivered by a fantastic array of speakers, we have digitally transformed the conference itself to provide our partners across the subcontinent with great learning opportunities and an immersive experience”
Mike Zilis, Executive VP and Group President, Ingram Micro Asia Pacific, added: “India is on the cusp of a digital revolution with the proliferation of SMAC and the increased adoption of technologies like HCI, Cloud, IoT and AI”. A recent report by Gartner suggests that India’s IT spending is projected to grow by 6.7% to become a $89 billion opportunity in 2019, with growth primarily being attributed to the Digital Transformation of business processes across the private and government sectors. As organizations explore how to interpret and navigate digital transformation over the next few years, the IT channel has tremendous opportunity to drive, guide, and profit from the digital future. This conference is intended to serve as the perfect platform for everyone associated with this industry to exchange knowledge, extend support and help foster the growth of the Indian ICT industry.