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Maximizing impact of technology, innovation take center stage: NASSCOM

The Day 2 of NASSCOM Technology & Leadership Forum 2022 kickstarted with an opening address from Shri Subhash Desai, Hon’ble Minister of Industries and Mining, Government of Maharashtra. Additionally, second day of the leadership forum was graced by Krishnan Ramanujam, Vice Chairperson, NASSCOM; Sharyn Leaver, Chief Research Officer, Forrester; Aiman Ezzat, Group CEO, Capgemini; Pam Cheng, Executive Vice-President, Group Operations and IT, AstraZeneca; Ravi Chhabria, MD, NetApp India; Alison Rose, CEO, NatWest Group among others.

Here are some of the top quotes from today:

Krishnan Ramanujam, Vice Chairperson, NASSCOM, “The synergistic convergence of technology will continue to have a very profound impact on the world, in ways we have never imagined. Innovative business models, new ways of doing things, ability to deal with unexpected risks amid the pandemic has ravaged our lives from the last couple of years which has had a huge impact on society as a whole and made the quality of life way superior.”

Jeyandran Venugopal, CPTO, Flipkart, “Over the years some of the technology tools that have come into play, especially with the latest AI-based mechanisms, have helped build models that were just unimaginable. In terms of outcomes and complexity, when compared to the earlier days’ algorithm, it has helped take the expectations from customers to an entirely different level.”

Pam Cheng, Executive Vice-President, Global Operations and IT, AstraZeneca, “Digital transformation is the integration of digital technologies and data into all areas of business, fundamentally changing how you operate and deliver value to the customers.”

Alison Rose, CEO, NatWest Group, “As a financial institution, building economic resilience is really important as it’s a big part of the mental health, well-being & future aspirations.”

Ravi Chhabria, MD, NetApp India, “Anything you do as customer-facing is tech-enabled and insight-driven. It is putting a tremendous pressure, especially on the talent supply.”

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