Bangalore, November 8, 2015: Digital disruption as the key to enable the Indian businesses with next generation connectivity, found a symposium ortganised by Tata Docomo, the unified telecom brand of Tata Teleservices Ltd. And technologies powering such disruption are : Internet of Things, Location Based Services, M2M solutions, Mobile Device Management and many more.
Industry stalwarts like Vinita Bali - Former MD, Britannia; Greg Moran - Co-Founder & CEO, Zoomcar; Rathan Kelkar, CEO of Excellence of eGovernance Centre, Government of Karnataka; Ashvin Vellody - Partner - Digital Advisory, KPMG and several others came together at the ‘Do Big Symposium’ in Bangalore, earlier this week to highlight the increasing momentum of business transformation through digital technology.
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Some of the specific solutions showcased during the symposium:
1. Mobile Applications for Business: The integration of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) that enables critical aspects of business such as field transactions, information gathering, onsite services, connecting to company systems, real time updates, integrated dashboards, route tracking and resource control. All of this can be done through the web and mobile interface
2. Call Register Service: Call Register Service enables televoting, lead generation, market surveys, field force reporting, constant customer interaction and crucial customer interactions. This service enables seamless connectivity via a toll free number, with three sub-services – SMS, Interactive Voice Response (IVR) and call back. These three services are supported by the cloud storage system, where the user will also have assurance of data security through a username and password. Some user cases for this are televoting through the television, call back option from banks and feedback for restaurants
3. Internet of Things (IoT): IoT is a major revenue generator for businesses across various industry sectors, as it increases operational performance directly. IoT can be applied to many aspects of business services such as device detecting presence, self-diagnosing through a smart device, sensors that capture data, real time meter reading, end-to-end solutions and location based services.
After Bangalore, the multi-city symposium, will move to Pune, Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad, over the next three months.