Here is what some of the sponsors of the 14th Express Technology Sabha, held from June 6 to 9, 2013, at Goa, said to us about their experience of the event:
Managing Director BlackBerry
We have been extremely happy to be here at Express Tech Sabha. Its been an amazing last two days; engaging with senior dignitaries and officials from various ministries. We had an opportunity to also showcase and learn from what the challenges are in the space of mobility and governance, especially mGovernance.
Sr. Director, Sales – Government, CA Technologies
Indian Express has been organising Tech Sabha for a long time now. I would say its a wonderful platform for OEMs like CA Technologies. The overall schedule, agenda, everything is very well organised and informative. The best thing that I liked are the round table discussions which gave us an opportunity to interact with the government dignitaries.
Vice President, Asia Pacific, Websense
Its been my great pleasure to attend the sessions here. The quality of the people that have attended the conference is phenomenal. I have been really pleased with the feedback that we have had from our business messaging.
Business Head – Enterprise & SMB Data & Data Services, Aircel Limited
Over the last two days, we realised that there are going to be lot of investments that will be made in the government vertical, happening in eGovernance and mGovernance. We realised that telecom and network connectivity will play a key role of ensuring that eGovernance and mGovernance projects are successful. We learnt all this and much more. I would say it has been the most enlightening experience for us.
Director – Sales, Govt. & Defense (India & SAARC), Symantec
Our experience at Tech Sabha was very good. We have been regulars of Sabha. Talking about feedback and how it has affected our business on a scale of 1 to 5, I would give 4, meaning the feedback and the impact that it has had on our business is very positive.
Head – News, Politics & Government, Twitter India
One of the key take aways at the sessions that I moderated here at Express Tech Sabha was that social media is here to stay and it is going to revolutionise the way governments collect data and information from citizens. Its a 2-way street, with the government listening to the demands of the citizens and vice-versa.