Technology Sector in India: Building Capabilities to Win in the New Normal

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analyzes how the organizations have responded to the new challenges that emerged during the second wave of COVID, building capabilities for a long-lasting value proposition that will enable them to lead in this decade.

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Sangeeta Gupta
Senior Vice President
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Sharath Srinivasamurthy
Research Director
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Shweta Baidya
Senior Research Manager
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Gard Little
Vice President
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Aniket Sudhanshu
Senior Analyst

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July 29, 2021

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July 29, 2021

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Over the past year and a half, technology organizations across the board have switched gears and moved beyond short-term response to COVID-19 towards gaining capabilities critical for long-term success in the post-COVID world.

The technology industry at large has made significant gains in aspects ranging from emergency response readiness to the adoption of digital workspaces. The industry has also perfected the virtual work model and distributed delivery capabilities, which are now a permanent feature of the Industry’s evolved value proposition.

NASSCOM in partnership with IDC has been closely tracking the journey of India’s technology industry during the first and second wave. The report – Technology Sector in India: Building Capabilities to Win in the New Normal – analyzes how the organizations have responded to the new challenges that emerged during the second wave of COVID, building capabilities for a long-lasting value proposition that will enable them to lead in this decade.

We are glad to invite you to the launch of the second edition of the NASSCOM-IDC report – ” Technology Sector in India: Building Capabilities to Win in the New Normal” scheduled on 29th July 2021, at 5:30 PM IST. The event includes insights on the COVID-19 response of technology organizations in India, and how they are evolving to become future-ready organizations. It will also include a session on how technology providers can grow exponentially in the post-COVID world, where technology is becoming the core of every business.