Tata Docomo holds symposium in Chandigarh

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Chandigarh | December 23, 2014 3:25 PM

Tata Docomo hosted the ‘Do Big Symposium’ in Chandigarh to create a unified platform for industry experts, entrepreneurs and CIOs...

As part of its 10 city industry confluence, Tata Docomo, the unified telecom brand of Tata Teleservices hosted the ‘Do Big Symposium’ in Chandigarh to create a unified platform for industry experts, entrepreneurs and CIOs to come together and conduct a meaningful discussion on technology trends that are impacting and  enabling  business.

Himanshu Khanna, Head, Marketing, Enterprise Business and Harjit Singh Chauhan, Head – B2B Operations, Tata Teleservices Limited said that the purpose was to    differentiate the services vis-à-vis competitors, initiate in-depth interactions with existing and potential customers and to improve productivity and operational efficiencies. The theme for the Do Big Symposium is “Harnessing the power of SMI (Social, Mobile and Internet of Things) for business transformation – The future is closer than you think!” The discussion at the event revolved around how companies are leveraging SMI to create significant businesses differentiators to win in the marketplace.

The keynote address was by Rakesh Kumar Verma, Secretary, Technical Education and Industrial Training. Other panelist included Atul Gupta, Red Alkemi, Co-Founder & CEO; J.D Ghai, Founder & CEO, Santabanta.com; Ajay P. Shrivastava, Additional Director & Center Head STPI, K.S Bhatia, Founder & MD at Pumpkart.com and Himanshu Khanna, Head, Marketing, Enterprise Business, Tata Teleservices Limited.

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