The global technology market is changing rapidly with the advent of the “fourth phase of growth” and Indian IT firms are acquiring firms globally, especially in the US, to ensure they not only remain competitive but also gain strategic advantage higher up the value chain.
Ankit Prasad is the founder & CEO of Bobble App, which converts selfies and pictures into bobbles for social media.
India will be able to create innovation-driven organisations with a market cap in the region of $300-$500 billion within the next five years by delivering social innovations enabled by technology.
The state government of Karnataka is designing a platform named iCare for citizen engagement through its Mobile-One service on the lines of ‘Open 311’ in US which aims to use technology for transparent and open communication.
Mobile One, a multi-channel mobile services platform deployed by the government in the state of Karnataka has been nominated for Prime Minister’s award for 2016 and for UN Public Service Award in New York which is coming up in April next year.
Taking a step towards realising Prime Minister Modi’s Digital India vision, Telecom giant Vodafone has announced to open access to 4G services in the state of Kerala on December 8 wherein Kochi, Trivandrum and Kozhikode are expected to be amongst the first places to receive Vodafone’s 4G networks.
With an aim to provide support to the Prime Minister’s Digital India vision, Intel India, a global computing company has launched first of its kind rural digitisation programme called ‘Ek Kadam Unnati Ki Aur’ in Telangana state.