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INDEX OF CONTENTS

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY






2




POST SHOW REPORT














1.

INTRODUCTION







6


2.

ORGANIZATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS




6


3.

PRESS CONFERENCE







7


4.

RELEASE OF ESC’s STATISTICAL YEAR BOOK


9


5.

INAUGURAL SESSION & CONFERENCE



10





4.

PARTICIPATION PROFILE






1
7

{Overseas countries participation}


5.

EXPOSITION








1
9


6.

NEW LAUNCHES







23


7.

OUTCOME
-

HIGHLIGHTS OF BUSINESS DEALS


2
6


9.

OBSERVATIONS & REACTIONS
-

DELEGATES


30


11.

OBSERVATIONS & REACTIONS
-

EXHIBITO
RS


32


12.

CONCLUSION








34


13.

INDIASOFT 2011 IN MEDIA


14.

GLIMPSES



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INDIASOFT 2011

25
th

& 26
th

March 2011, Pune




With an objective to give a visible momentum to enhancing IT & ITES
exports from the country, the
Electronics and Computer Softwa
re Export
Promotion Council
(ESC) created a unique brand for Indian software and
services companies in 2001


INDIASOFT

International IT Exhibition &
Conferences.


The main focus of
INDIASOFT events has been to enhance the
opportunities for Indian Softwar
e companies in emerging and
established IT markets across the world.

Through this initiative, ESC has
helped Indian IT enterprises in aligning their competencies with
international IT environment both in terms of demand as well as delivery
competencies. T
ill now, ESC has organized 11 editions under its exposition
brand
-

INDIASOFT with overwhelming success.


MAKING GLOBAL BUSINESS COMPETITIVE AND SYNERGISING
PARTNERSHIPS

has been the driving force of ESC enterprise level
efforts. To assist Indian IT compa
nies build a strong global foothold. in
2011, ESC organized an
INDIA SHOW

for the first time, the 11th edition
of INDIASOFT series at Pune during 25
th

on 26
th

March 2011.


ORGANIZATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS



The event was sponsored by Ministry of Commerce & I
ndustry and
Ministry of Communications & Information Technology,
Government of India.



The
Gold Sponsor
-

Zensar Technologies.



The
Silver Sponsor
-

Bird Group, Secure Matrix.



The
Support Organisations
-

Mahratta Chamber of Commerce
Industries & Agricu
lture; STPI, Pune, Maharashtra; Quality Council
of India and the SME Join up.


GUEST OF HONOUR

The Guest of Honour was
H. E.
Mr Joachim Kiefaber
, State Secretary,
Ministry of Economics and Science of Saarland, Germany.


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


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SPEAKERS FROM GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

The event was graced by Mr Shankar Aggarwal, Additional Secretary,
Department of IT. Ministry of Communications, IT, Mr Pravir Kumar,
Development Commissioner, Kandla, Gujarat, etc.


CONFERENCE:




GLOBAL IT OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD



e GOVERNANCE APPLICATIONS IN
INDIA


The Conferences were graced by international speakers from USA, France,
Brazil, Germany, and Ghana apart from India. It presented an opportunity
to discuss various issues confronting IT industry in contemporary
economically volatile global business
environment.
The exhaustive

presentations and the invaluable expertise of the high profile speakers
created a pro
-
active and educational forum of discussion and debate.


MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING


The Council, to promote IT trade signed MoU with




gw
Saar Saarland Economic Promotion Corporation,
Germany



AVANTE,
Cuba




Several Indian participating companies have reported to have
inked business ventures, MoUs with the several visiting delegates
across the world.


NEW LAUNCHES:


During the exhibition INDI
ASOFT


2011,
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participating Indian
companies capitalized on the opportunity to launch innovative
technology, products & services.


RELEASE OF ESC ‘s STATISTICAL YEAR BOOK 2009
-
10:


ESC has been playing a catalytic role in development of Indian ICT
ind
ustry. The information dissemination process at ESC has updated
entrepreneurs, technocrats and policy makers with latest global trends in
ICT industry. In the series of such initiatives, annually, ESC brings out a

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detailed compendium about the performanc
e of various verticals through
it’s Statistical Year Book highlighting insight into the fastest growing
segments of Indian industry both in terms of production and exports.

The Council’s Statistical Year Book 2009
-
10 was released by Mr Sunil
Vachani, Cha
irman, ESC and
H. E.
Mr Joachim Kiefaber
, State Secretary,
Ministry of Economics and Science of Saarland, Germany.


EXHIBITION


The exhibition provided an excellent opportunity for participants to make
contacts, showcase technologies, products, and servic
es in IT sector,
identify initiatives and forge future collaborations and partnerships. The
major thrust of the exhibition was to foster the commercialization of new
and emerging technologies by creating strategic alliances between Indian
and the global IT

buyers. Exhibitors were satisfied by the visitor response,
which included around
350 IT buyers from over 60 countries

and
decision
-
makers from ministries, governmental agencies, entrepreneurs,
educational institutions and academia etc.


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Indian exhibi
tors for 126 booths showcased their expertise and
innovations in several sectors of IT & ITES. Most of such exhibitors made
useful business tie
-
ups / alliances with buyers from abroad. Several
MOUs were signed and various companies found able Channel Part
ners
and several letters of intent were inked.


With special focus on SMEs, INDIASOFT 2011 provided an immense
visibility to the companies and overseas participants to interact with each
other for business development and for establishing strategic allianc
es
including joint ventures, collaborations, marketing and distribution tie

ups. Overall both the exhibitors and software buyers from global markets
have expressed high satisfaction by participating at INDIASOFT 2011.


EXHIBITOR SATISFACTION




95% establis
hed useful business contacts.



90% expect orders as a result of exhibiting.



90% confirmed to exhibit at INDIASOFT 2012.




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FOREIGN DELEGATES:

Being an outsourcing mega event and a business
-
to
-
business (B2B)
partnering forum, INDIASOFT 2011 attracted
350

fo
reign delegates from
60

countries. Business delegations across the world included from Latin
America, Africa, CIS , ASEAN, North America, Japan, China, Middle East
and EU countries. The presence of such a large number of delegates across
the world at INDI
ASOFT 2011 event shows that they have unfathomable
outsourcing opportunities for Indian software companies.

DELEGATES QUESTIONNAIRE ANALYSIS

Good Experience at the show

90%

Objective to review new
products/services/solutions

95%

Formulation of new busine
ss relationships
with the participating Indian companies

90%

Objective to form joint ventures, business
alliances

90%

Finding new solutions

90%

Considered very important to be able to learn
about Multiple Indian IT companies and their
products/ service
s under one roof

99%


OUTCOME
:

According to the feedback of the exhibitors, it is learnt, that the exhibitors
generated around 2000 business queries, which will surely materialize in
developing business alliances in near future. Several business deals,
MOUs, were also signed at the spot.

In the near future, it is expected that
the MOUs, agreements, etc will lead to generating more business. Based on
the feedback, it is expected, INDIASOFT 2011 has generated about Rs 300
crore business.


CONCLUSION:

The C
ouncil’s objective by arranging INDIASOFT 2011
was to bring together business delegations from across the global markets,
who are looking for IT outsourcing from Indian software companies. The
event provided an opportunity to interact with business delegat
es across
the world, which is the most unique benefit.


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INTRODUCTION

ESC’s effort has been to drape every INDIASOFT event with a unique
business proposition that integrates local competencies with global
competitiveness. Selection of academic city Pu
ne was also a step in this
direction. The exhibition received enormous response from Pune in
particular which is fast emerging as an IT hub as well as other cities of
Maharashtra in general.


UNIQUE POSITIONING OF INDIASOFT 2011

ESC has customized
INDI
ASOFT
as an exclusive showcase of Indian
software capabilities. Contrary to the emphasis of other IT related trade
shows,
INDIASOFT
was different in three ways.


First,

it was focused on home
-
grown software companies. It gives the
participants the first h
and feel to Indian Software & services industry.



Secondly
, ESC has been encouraging such Indian software companies
which have products / services with export potential, and,


Thirdly
, the emphasis was to showcase the achievements of the small and
medium
enterprises (SMEs) which makes
INDIASOFT an exclusive
segment specific exhibition.


INDIASOFT 2011 VENUE:


HOTEL WESTIN, PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA



INAUGURATED BY



H. E.
Mr Joachim Kiefaber
, State Secretary, Ministry of Economics
and Science of Saarland,

Germany.

ORGANIZATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS

SPONSORS



MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS & IT &



MINISTRY OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY, GOVT OF INDIA

POST SHOW REPORT


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THE GOLD SPONSOR



ZENSAR TECHNOLOGIES


THE SILVER SPONSOR




BIRD GROUP,



SECURE MATRIX.



THE SUPPORT ORGANISATIONS





MAHRA
TTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INDUSTRIES &
AGRICULTURE;



STPI, PUNE, MAHARASHTRA;



QUALITY COUNCIL OF INDIA AND



THE SME JOIN UP.


PRESS CONFERENCE
----

Pune 24
th

March 2011


INDIASOFT TO FOCUS ON CHANGING IT BUSINESS MODEL

It is imminent for India to chan
ge the business model to stay at the top in
the export of software and IT enabled services since corporations world
over are re
-
strategizing


their business plans including that of outsourcing,
according to Mr. Sunil Vachani, Chairman, Electronics and Comp
uter
Software


Export Promotion Council (ESC).

While addressing the Press on the eve of the INDIASOFT 2011 in Pune,
Mr. Vachani observed that the broad contours of this year’s INDIASOFT
has been drawn up keeping in mind the transformation that the IT
indu
stry in India has to undergo to remain competitive.


Foremost among
them is the stress on high ended products and solutions. “We have to
move from low
-
ended products to complex solutions and innovative
products. INDIASOFT 2011 will witness launching of clo
se to 50 new
products, which we reckon are in the high ended regiment. Such products
will fetch better returns and herald a new culture amongst the IT
companies to focus on fundamental research, which is presently, by and
large, in the exclusive domain of
developed countries,” he added.

Mr. D K Sareen, Executive Director, ESC observed that critical to
innovation is the need for a sound R&D eco system in the IT companies.
Presently, whatever R&D is taking place in IT sphere is with the large IT
firms. This
trend should change. More and more small and medium
companies should focus on research and innovation and should graduate

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themselves from IT companies to technology leaders. “It is challenging and
at the same time rewarding since state of the art concepts
and
technologies


are sold for billions. Also, such corporations, which are
heavily into research can take advantage of the weighted deductions
allowed under the Income Tax Rules to support the huge expenses and
long

gestation period involved in research
,” he added.

Next in importance in the new IT architecture is the need

to

globalize and
add on more export outlets, says Mr. Vachani. “We have taken every effort
to bring on board more countries into INDIASOFT compass. Consciously,
we are working towards
reducing our over dependence on the US market,
which is presently account for 60 percent of our IT exports. We have to tap
the not so well entrenched markets in Europe, South Korea, Japan and
evolve strategies for tapping evolving markets in Latin America
and
Middle East and virgin markets in Africa and the neighboring countries,”
he added.

Mr. Sareen observed that

India should have IT companies of all hues and
sizes. “Our large IT companies are comparable only to mid size companies
in the US and in Europe
. We have to break away from this tradition by
creating some global biggies. Our IT companies should evolve a strategy
for mergers and acquisition in the developed market. This will have twin
benefits. One, the scale of operations of these companies will g
o up and
secondly their geographical reach gets enhanced. The stamp on them that
they are Indian companies out to grab the jobs elsewhere would go and
our companies become corporate citizens, wherever they operate, creating
more jobs and incomes to people,
” he added.

Next important thing is tapping the domestic market, Mr Vachani
observed.


“Perhaps, one of the lesser known fact is that most of the
projects under India’s e
-
governance are being implemented by large
multinational companies. We have to evolve

a system wherein a
consortium of big, medium and small companies should bid for such high
profile projects. This can provide huge opportunities to SMEs in IT, which
become most vulnerable in the wake of

high decibel rhetoric for protection
of the domestic

industries and jobs orchestrated by vested interests, “he
added.





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RELEASE OF ESC ‘s
STATISTICAL YEAR

BOOK 2009
-
10:


ESC has been playing a catalytic role in development of Indian ICT
industry. The information dissemination process at ESC has updated
entrepreneurs, technocrats and policy makers with latest global trends in
ICT industry. In the series of such initiatives, annually, ESC brings out a
detailed compendium about the performance of various verticals through
it’s Statistical Year Book highlig
hting insight into the fastest growing
segments of Indian industry both in terms of production and exports.

The Council’s Statistical Year Book 2009
-
10 was released by
Mr Sunil
Vach
ani, Chairman, ESC and
H. E.
Mr Joachim Kiefaber
, State Secretary,
Minist
ry of Economics and Science of Saarland, Germany.






























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INDIASOFT 2011


PROGRAMME SCHEDULE


DAY 1
---

Friday, 25
th

March, 2011

Day 1


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th

March, 2011
-

INAUGURAL

SESSION

8.30 am


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Registration


10.00 am


Welcome Address
by

Mr Sunil Vachani,
Chairman, ESC

10.05 am

INDIASOFT
Overview by

Mr Nalin Kohli

Chairman, INDIASOFT 2011
Organising Committee

10.15 am

Lighting of lamp


10.20 am


‘Keynote Speaker”

Dr Ganesh Natarajan, CEO, Zensar
Techno
logies

10.30 am

Address by

Guest of Honour”

Mr Joachim Kiefaber
, State Secretary,
Ministry of Economics and Science of
Saarland, Germany

10.40 am


Release of

STATISTICAL YEAR BOOK
-

by the
Chief Guest

10.45 am

Vote of Thanks by

Mr D

K Sareen,
Executive Director,
ESC

11.00 am

Inauguration of Exhibition

DAY 2
---

Saturday, 26
th

March, 2011

Day 2


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CONFERENCE 1
-

GLOBAL IT OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD

Session Chairman Mr Veer Sagar, C
hairman, Conference
Committee, INDIASOFT 2011

Panelists





Mr Robert Franz Janssen,

Senior Advisor to the Brazilian
government’s IT industry promotion agency SOFTEX,
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Mr Francois Aubry,
Director, Silverage Technology Solutions,
France



Mr
.
Michael
Francis Corbett,
CEO, International Association of
Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP),
USA



Mr. Kofi Worlanyo,
CEO, GASSCOM,
Ghana



Professor Dr. Wolfgang Paul, Germany


Vote of thanks by: Mr Veer Sagar


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11.30 am


1.30 pm

CONFER
ENCE 2
-

e GOVERNANCE APPLICATIONS IN INDIA

Session Chairman: Mr Shankar Aggarwal, Addl. Secretary, ministry
of Communications & IT, Govt. of India

Co Chairman: Mr Nalin Kohli, Past Chairman, ESC & Chairman,
Organising Committee, INDIASOFT 2011

Panelists





Mr Tanmoy Chakrabarty,
Vice President, TCS



Mr J S Kochar, ED
, (n} code Solutions, GNFC, Gujarat



Mr Pravir Kumar,

Development Commissioner, Special

Economic Zones, Govt. of Gujarat, India

Vote of thanks by: Mr Nalin Kohli



EXCERPTS



INAUGURAL SESSION


25
th

March 2011

While welcoming the delegates,
Mr Sunil Vachani
, Chairman, ESC said
that INDIASOFT would continuously upgrade its content and focus to
stay relevant to the IT community.


He captured the progress made by the
event since its inception in 20
01. “We are determined to take this
international event as a ‘
MUST ATTEND
‘exhibition to the IT community,
stated Mr Vachani.

Mr Nalin Kohli,

Past Chairman, ESC and Chairman, Organising
Committee, INDIASOFT 2011 highlighted how INDIASOFT started and
how i
t is assisting to enhance the IT trade between India and the global
markets.

Germany has invited Indian IT industry

to invest in the massive
digitization program in their country particularly in the mining and steel
industry, which can lead to a win
-
win si
tuation for both the countries. This
invitation was extended by
Mr. Joachim Kiefaber
, State secretary, Ministry
of Economics and Science of Saarland, Germany, which is one among the
16 Federal States of Republic of Germany.


Importantly, to facilitate

more

sustainable cooperation between India and Germany in IT space, ESC has
entered into a memorandum of understanding with State of Saarland,
which envisages forging closer cooperation between Indian IT industry
and manufacturing industries in Germany in gene
ral and mining and steel
industry in particular.

Mr. Kiefaber expressed the hope that the event

would provide a platform
for German and Indian companies to know each other’s capabilities,

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expertise and requirements so as to strengthen the cooperation in
o
utsourcing, technology acquisition from Germany and for forging
collaboration for working in each other’s country

and in third countries.

While giving the key
-
note address at the inaugural function,
Dr. Ganesh
Natarajan
, CEO, Zensar Technologies Limited s
aid that by 2020, Indian IT
exports would touch US$ 200 billion mark.


For achieving this target,
substantial structural changes have to be brought out in the IT landscape
of India. Ninety

five percent of the Indian IT companies are concentrated
in six or

seven metros. “We have to develop an additional 40 IT hubs or so
by 2020 so as to make the IT industry an inclusive one, creating more jobs
across the country,” he added.

Dr Natarajan observed that there should be spirit of cooperation among IT
enterpris
es

for developing


IT globally and the efforts being made by ESC
in brining delegates from all over the world , would


promote cooperation
and joint working. This would create more jobs in countries, which are
seeking collaborations. The eco system of par
tnership should lay more
stress on information sharing and creating business avenues globally.
Mentioning that

the global market for IT was estimated at US 1.3 trillion,
he mentioned that it would grow to US$ 1.7 trillion. “This is a huge
opportunity and c
ountries should come forward in tapping these markets
optimally,” he added.

Referring to the development of

Pune as an IT hub, Dr Natarajan observed
that the city’s share in the IT exports is close to US$ 7 billion, which is a
remarkable performance, give
n that

Pune was a relative late starter in IT.
He said that Pune’s contribution to IT exports should be at US $ 40 billion
by 2020, which he said, was in the achievable realm.

Dr Natarajan said that in the initial years, the strength of India in the IT
wa
s competitive wage cost. “Later, we

have achieved vertical competence
and processing excellence. Now we have to move towards innovation to
stay ahead of other countries in the world,” he added.

Mr. D K Sareen

in his address mentioned about the special foc
us of the
INDIASOFT on the small and medium enterprises. Over the years, he said
that INDIASOFT has brought together many partnerships, which are
working well. He also mentioned that the Pune edition of the INDIASOFT
is the largest one ever organized.

He t
hanked all the delegates, exhibitors,
sponsors, co sponsors, support organizations in making INDIASOFT 2011
a grand success.


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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

INDIASOFT 2011 conference held concurrent to the exhibition concluded
on a successful note. The conferenc
e provided an interactive forum for
experts' from global markets to deliberate on the ways of doing business
and tap the immense potential in emerging markets. The invaluable
presentations and the expertise of the high profile speakers created a pro
-
active

and educational forum of discussion and debate.


EXCERPTS OF THE CONFERENCE



GLOBAL IT OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD
-

26
th

March 2011

Presentation were made during the INDIASOFT exhibition
-

regarding
outsourcing markets in USA, Germany, France, Brazil


and Ghana,
which
underscored the need for India scouting such opportunities


with a view to
capitalize them, leading to a win
-
win situation. All the speakers
highlighted the business opportunities present in various global regions
and what strategies should Indian I
T companies adapt to create niche and
strengthen their business share globally.

Mr Robert Jansen
,
Brazil

highlighted that Brazilian industry looks forward
to partnering with Indian industry in a big way. He stated that building
brand equity and customer r
elationship should be the main focus of all
entrepreneurs to grow. He emphasized that collaboration, sharing
business platform and constant change can help to bring wonders and
attain leadership.

Mr Corbett,

USA
stated that Outsourcing is here to stay. The

recently over
economic recession has paved a strong way for outsourcing as it will lead
to rapid growth. The current scenario poses lot of challenges. He outlined
that outsourcing is a powerful tool for bringing economic changes, growth,
employment, job c
reation globally.

He highlighted that during US President, Mr Barack Obama’s visit to India
recently in his speech stated that Outsourcing should no longer be viewed
as a one way street with jobs going from US to developing economies.

Mr Corbet briefed
that Outsourcing is the driver of economic growth.
Outsourcing is nothing but also a mean of building relationship. He
advised the industry to have People’s business, retain talent, customers,
keep continuing to add value and innovate.


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Mr Francois Aubry,

F
rance

highlighted that French market offers immense
potential to be tapped. He along with
Mr Koffi

from

Ghana

briefed on the
ways and means of doing business in France, Ghana. They highlighted the
various opportunities and invited Indian IT industry to exp
lore these
untapped markets for the growth of their enterprise.

Professor Paul
,
German
y highlighted and above all, a cool, calm, brain can
help to take decisions in a rightful way which can take your business to
growth trajectory.
He gave a brief descripti
on to Saarland and the
advancements & it’s contributions

to the society at large
.
Professor
Wolfgang
,
Germany

also in his brief address highlighted on the
“Challenges Ahead” and how Indian IT industry should approach
Germany to tap enormous potential.



e G
OVERNANCE APPLICATIONS IN INDIA
--

26
th

March 2011

2.5 LAKH SERVICE CENTRES WILL BE SET UP BY 2012 TO GIVE
FILLIP TO E
-
GOVERNANCE, SAID MR. SHANKAR AGGARWAL,
ADDITIONAL SECRETARY, MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS,
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA


As a part of the implementa
tion of


e
-
governance program, the
Government of India will set up 250,000 common service centres by 2012,
which will give a fillip to inclusive growth plans, as mentioned by

Mr. Shankar Aggarwal
, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Commu
nications

& IT
, Government of India at INDIASOFT 201
1
. He said that the common
facility centres, will be a single window for the citizens to access critical
information relating to healthcare, agriculture advise, education,
infrastructure related informati
on and tax matters. This would help

the
citizens to access basic facilities, thereby empowering them to come into
the mainstream of life. Common facility centers

will come up min every
nook and corner of the country making India e
-
connected. Eighty percent

of the infrastructure work relating to this has been completed and the
remaining work will be completed by 2012.

Mr. Aggarwal opined that demographic dividend, that India is credited
with, can come only when the citizens are educated, healthy and
product
ively employed. ICT is the right tool to connect with the people
and to resolve their problems in time and effectively. Mentioning that e
-
governance program initiated by the government in 2006 would plug
substantially the digital divide, he said that skill

development would be a

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major plank of the program, which can enhance the employability of the
people.

Mr. Aggarwal said that by 2050 India would become the largest economy
in the world, surpassing China. This would be possible only when the
economy grows

at 9 percent on a sustainable basis. That magnitude and
quantum of

growth can be brought about only by empowering the people
below the poverty line and they enter the mainstream of life. Cautioning
that the developments in Egypt, Libya and unrest in the s
ome of Middle
East countries are lack of stress on inclusive growth, he said that the
government and the private sector should jointly work on making the
development process wide spread and evenly poised.

Mr. Aggarwal said that 65 to 70 percent of the pop
ulation does not have
access to quality education. These are the people living in rural and semi
-
urban areas. ICT should be deployed to deliver quality education to these
people, who are as clever and intelligent as their counter parts in


has

cities.

Mr

Nalin Kohli,
Past Chairman, ESC and Chairman, Organising
Committee, INDIASOFT 2011 highlighted that today e
-
Governance is
playing an important role in the development of the country. He briefed
that all sectors are IT driven and in near future, the SMEs,
the consumers,
all across the country can reap enormous benefits.

Mr Tanmoy Charabarty
,

Vice

President TCS in his presentation gave a
detailed view of


TCS’s effort for digitization of


Passport offices. Shortly,
there would be 77 ultra modern swanky pas
sport offices in the country,
which can in less than 72 working hours issue a new
passport.
Citizens can
walk into such offices and can seek information on the status of the
issuance of passport and their queries will be satisfactorily addressed in 45
minu
tes.

Seven such offices are operational and shortly 70 more passport
offices will be technically upgraded.


Mr Jagdeep S Kochar,
Executive Director, n code solutions shared his
experience on “Public Key Infrastructure
” and

security concerns.

In his
prese
ntation, he stated the importance of Public Key Infrastructure and it’s
uses in e
-

Governance. He mentioned that Public Key Infrastructure can
take care of privacy, Authenticity, Integrity and non repudiation.


Mr Pravir Kumar
,


Development Commissioner, S
pecial Economic Zones,
Govt. of Gujarat, India highlighted that Indian economy is on a roller

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coaster and development is taking place at digitizing pace. He stated that
the entire country is getting connected and e initiatives will bring a boom.

He highlig
hted that exports from Special Economic Zones is increasing
tremendously. Today, 25% of India’s total exports are from SEZs.




VALEDICTORY FUNCTION


Mr D K Sareen
, Executive Director, ESC thanked all the foreign delegates
and exhibitors and highlighted tha
t there should be efforts on the part of
software companies to add value to enable their product to command a
premium in market.


He expressed happiness over the valuable feedback received from the
delegates and exhibitors. The exhibition witnessed genuin
e business
interest in both buyers and exhibitors. Infact the two
-
day meet paved way
for new business leads and serious negotiations are to be materialized at
the earliest in future. He briefed that the foreign delegates are happy with
the quality of exhib
itors.


In the last, ESC presented a Certificate as a token of remembrance to all
the foreign guests and a Certificate of Participation to all the exhibiting
companies.




















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PARTICIPATION PROFILE


OVERSEAS COUNTRIES PARTICIPATION


INDIASOFT 20
11

had the presence of
around 350
IT business delegates
across the world including:


1.

Algeria

2.

Argentina

3.

Australia

4.

Bangladesh

5.

B
elgium

6.

Bhutan

7.

Botswana

8.

Brazil

9.

Bulgaria

10.

Canada

11.

Chile

12.

China

13.

Czech Republic

14.

Costa Rica


15.


Cuba

16.


Denmark

17.


Dubai

18.

Ecuador

19.


El Salvador

20.


Egypt

21.

Ethiopia

22.


France

23.


Finland

24.

Germany

25.


Georgia

26.

Ghana

27.

Holland

28.

Honduras


29.


Hong Kong

30.

Israel

31.

Indonesia

32.


Japan

33.


Kenya

34.


Kuwait

35.


Kyrgyzstan

36.

Lebanon

37.


Lux
embourg

38.

Malaysia

39.

Mexico

40.

Namibia

41.

Nigeria

42.


Norway

43.


Oman

44.

Peru

45.


Qatar

46.

Russia

47.


Saudi Arabia

48.

South Africa

49.


Spain

50.


Sri Lanka

51.

Sweden

52.

Tanzania

53.


Togo

54.

Trinidad & Tobago

55.

United Arab Emirates

56.


USA

57.


Ukraine

58.

Uzbekistan

59.


UK

60.

Vietnam




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DELEGATES QUESTIONNAIRE ANALYSIS






















Good Experience at t
he show

95%

Objective to review new products/services/solutions

95%

Formulation of new business relationships with the
participating Indian companies

90%

Objective to form joint ventures, business alliances

90%

Finding new IT solutions

90%

Considered

very important to be able to learn about
Multiple Indian IT companies and their products/
services under one roof

99%


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EXPOSITION :

INDIASOFT 2011
, customized as an exclusive showcase of Indian
software capabilities and hence exposit
ion stalls were earmarked for SMEs.
INDIASOFT 2011

had given preference to companies with core
competence in software products with export potential.


The exhibition was an excellent opportunity for participants to make
contacts, showcase technologies, id
entify initiatives and forge future
collaborations and partnerships. . The major thrust of the exhibition was to
foster the commercialization of new and emerging technologies by
creating strategic alliances between inventors and the global IT industry.
Exh
ibitors were satisfied by the visitor response, which included delegates
and decision
-
makers from ministries, governmental agencies,
entrepreneurs, R&D personnel from industry, educational institutions and
academia etc.


There was an international partici
pation by companies from Germany
at INDIASOFT 2011. This year, 106 Indian IT companies, majority of
SMEs exhibited for 126 booths at the event.


NAMES OF THE EXHIBITING COMPANIES


S. No.

NAMES OF THE EXHIBITING COMPANIES

1

A3LOGICSWEB

2

ABACUS CONSULTAN
CY SERVICES (I) PRIVATE
LIMITED

3

ACTY SYSTEM INDIA PVT. LTD.

4

AHAAPPS (RICKSUN INFOTECH PVT. LTD).

5

ALPHA ANALYTICS SERVICES PRIVATE
LIMITED

6

AMTRON

7

ANGLER TECHNOLOGIES INDIA PVT LTD

8

ARTIN DYNAMIC CONTROLS PVT LTD

9

ATLANTA SYSTEMS PVT LTD.

10

BEYONDKEY SYSTEMS PVT.LTD.

11

BIRD GROUP

12

BRAAHMAM NET SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.

13

BUSY INFOTECH PVT. LTD.

14

C3IT SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS PVT LTD

15

CDN SOLUTIONS GROUP


20

16

CEDAR INDIA CONSULTING PRIVATE LIMITED

17

CITYTECH SOFTWARE PRIVATE LIMITED

18

CYBER ASH SOFTECH PVT. LTD

19

CYBER INFRASTRUCTURE PVT.LTD.

20

CYBERPARKS, KOZHIKODE

21

CYBROSYS TECHNOLOGIES

22

CYGNET INFOTECH PVT. LTD.

23

DESCON & INTELLISYS

24

EASTERN SOFTWARE SYSTEMS

25

EMBARC INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (P) LTD

26

EMPOWER INTEG
RATED SOLUTIONS (P) LTD.

27

EXCELLENCE IT SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.

28

EXPLORE INTERNET SERVICES

29

FIABLES

30

FIDEL SOFTECH PVT. LTD.

31

GATEWAY TECHNOLABS PRIVATE LIMITED

32

GERMANY SAARLAND

33

GUJARAT COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE
LIMITED

34

HEADFITTED SOLUT
IONS PVT LTD

35

IDS INFOTECH

36

INFOSAVANT TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED

37

INTELGAIN TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

38

INTERCOM ONLINE PVT LTD

39

ITV COMPUTERS PVT. LTD.

40

IBN TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED

41

JUNCTURE

42

KAMTECH ASSOCIATES PVT. LTD.

43

KAROMI TECHNOLOG
Y PVT. LTD.

44

KERALA IT
-

TECHNOPARK

45

KERALA IT
-

CYBERPARK

46

KNOWLEDGE MATRIX (INDIA) PVT LTD

47

KOCHHAR LEXSERVE PVT. LTD
.

48

KRITI MICROSYSTEMS

49

KRITNU IT SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.

50

LIMTEX INFOTECH LTD.

51

LINGUANEXT TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

52

MAHINDRA WORLD CITY, JAIPUR

53

MAK WEBTECH


21

54

MAVEN SYSTEMS PRIVATE LIMITED

55

MANN INDIA

56

MINDGRID TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD

57

MINDSOFT TECHNOLOGIES INDIA PVT.LTD

58

MUZIRIS SOFTECH (P) LTD

59

(n)CODE SOL
UTIONS


A DIVISION OF GNFC
LTD

60

NCS COMPUTECH PVT LTD

61

NETINX ESOLUTIONS

62

NETWIN

63

NICHI
-
IN SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD

64

NLOGIX SOLUTIONS

65

ORISSA COMPUTER APPLICATION CENTRE

66

POWERTECH AUTOMATION SOLUTIONS PVT
LTD

67

PERFECT TEAM

68

PRAKASH SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD

69

PUNJAB INFOTECH

70

Q3 TECHNOLOGIES

71

RADIXWEB

72

REVENUEMED INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED

73

SAT INFOTECH

74

SOFTLABS

75

S P TECHNOLAB PVT LTD

76

SCIENTECH TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

77

SEASIA CONSULTING PVT LTD.

78

SE
CLORE TECHNOLOGY

79

SECURE MATRIX (INDIA) PVT. LTD.

80

SEROSOFT SOLUTIONS PVT LTD

81

SHARP WEB STUDIO

82

SHASS INFORMATION & QUALITY
ENGINEERING SERVICES (SIQES)

83

SHREE DEEPAM INFOTECH PVT. LTD.

84

SHRIYA INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS

85

SILVERAGE TECHNOLO
GY SOLUTIONS PVT LTD

86

SISRB TECHNOLOGIES PVT.LTD.

87

SLN TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

88

SME JOIN UP

89

SOD TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD

90

SOFTTHINK INTELLIGENT SOLUTIONS PRIVATE

22

LIMITED

91

SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY PARKS OF INDIA

92

SWEANS TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD

9
3

SYNSOFT GLOBAL

94

SYMBIOSIS

95

TECHKNIT IT ENABLED SERVICES PVT. LTD.

96

TELEMATICS4U SERVICES PVT LTD

97

THRESHOLD SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS PVT LTD

98

TOWER INFOTECH LTD

99

TROGON GROUP

100

VERITY KNOWLEDGE SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.

101

WAYBEO TECHNOLOGY SO
LUTIONS

102

WAGMEN

103

WRENCH SOLUTIONS PVT LTD

104

XERCES TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

105

ZCON SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.

106

ZENSAR TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED


EXHIBITORS FEEDBACK



A very large number of the participating companies i.e. 90% have reported
to partici
pate at
INDIASOFT 2011

as they found this platform an excellent
avenue to display and forge business alliances globally.


Overall, the exhibitors have shown satisfaction by participating at
INDIASOFT 2011 and are enthusiastic to strike meaningful deals in

future,
which may make their foothold strong globally.


EXHIBITOR’s SATISFACTION




95% established useful business contacts.



90% expect orders as a result of exhibiting.



90% plan to exhibit at
INDIASOFT 2012
.









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NEW LAUNCHES

51 participating companies

used INDIASOFT 2011 as a platform to
launch their IT products including:


1.

AMTRON

2.

ANGLER TECHNOLOGIES INDIA PVT LTD

3.

A3LOGICSWEB

4.

ATLANTA SYSTEMS PVT LTD.

5.

ARTIN DYNAMIC CONTROLS PVT LTD

6.

ALPHA ANALYTICS SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED

7.

BEYONDKEY SYSTEMS PVT.LTD.

8.

CITY
TECH SOFTWARE PRIVATE LIMITED

9.

CYBER INFRASTRUCTURE PVT LTD.

10.

CYBER ASH SOFTECH PVT. LTD

11.

CYBROSYS TECHNOLOGIES


12.

EASTERN SOFTWARE SYSTEMS

13.

EMBARC INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (P) LTD

14.

EXPLORE INTERNET SERVICES

15.

FIABLES

16.

FIDEL SOFTECH PVT.
LTD

17.

INTERCOM ONLINE PVT LTD


ANYLINUXWORK.COM

18.

IBN TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED

19.

ITV COMPUTERS PVT. LTD.

20.

INFOSAVANT TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED


21.

JUNCTURE TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

22.

KAMTECH ASSOCIATES PVT. LTD.

23.

KOCHHAR LEXSERVE PVT. LTD.

24.

KERALA IT, TECHNOPARK PHASE III :

25.

KRITI MICROSYSTEMS

26.

LINGUANEXT TECHN
OLOGIES PVT. LTD
.

27.

MINDSOFT TECHNOLOGIES INDIA PVT.LTD

28.

MAVEN SYSTEMS PRIVATE LIMITED

29.

MAK WEBTECH

30.

MINDGRID TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD

31.

NCS COMPUTECH PVT. LTD.

32.

NLOGIX SOLUTIONS

33.

NETINX ESOLUTIONS

34.

PRAKASH SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD

35.

RADIXWEB

36.

REVENUEMED INDIA PRIVATE
LIMITED

37.

SEROSOFT SOLUTIONS PVT LTD


24

38.

SYNSOFT GLOBAL

39.

SECLORE TECHNOLOGY

40.

SILVERAGE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS PVT LTD

41.

SHRIYA INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS

42.

S P TECHNOLAB PVT LTD

43.

SHARP WEB STUDIO

44.

SHREE DEEPAM INFOTECH PVT. LTD.

45.

SLN TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

46.

SCIENTECH TECHNOLOGIES

PVT. LTD

47.

SOFTTHINK INTELLIGENT SOLUTIONS PRIVATE LIMITED

48.

SOD TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD

49.

TROGON GROUP

50.

VERITY KNOWLEDGE SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.

51.

WAYBEO TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS


FEW OF THE NEW INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS LAUNCHED
INCLUDED




Find’n’Secure tracking and security s
oftware,



ebizframe XLenz : MS Excel based Business Intelligence Tool for
making adhoc reports/graphs,



ebizframe Management Dashboard : Executive reporting tool for
the senior management, Compliance Tracking System,



School Automation System,



Legal ERP,



GREEN OFFICE
-

Paperless work flow system for medium and
large organizations, Reputation Management Service,



New Remote Developer model (For Removing all Risk related to
Outsourcing model), New mobile applications,



School Management System,



Paylite Huma
n Resource Management System
(
www.paylitehr.com
),



Various Mobile Applications for iPhone/iPad, eSoftcast



Foundry Management ERP Solutions,



Laboratory Information Management System,



Comprehensive inventory manag
ement and accounting system



New Concept web portal


guessbabysex.com

guess new born
baby’s sex Boy or Girl,



Iphone, Android, Symbian, Smart phones, Mobile Apps and
Mobile Website Development, Mobile Money Tracking System,



Vessel Tracking System, RFID
Solutions,


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Solar Power Generation stations,



Robo Baby is an animatronic capable of interacting with humans,



Fleet Management and Vehicle Tracking Solution



And many more………………………………………….






































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OUTCOME

HIGHLIGHTS OF BUSINESS

DEALS
/
NUMBER OF ENQUIRIES
GENERATED


According to the feedback of the exhibitors, it is learnt, that the exhibitors
generated around 2000 business queries, which will surely materialize in
developing business alliances in near future.


Several busine
ss deals, MOUs, were also signed at the spot. In the near
future, it is expected that the MOUs, agreements, etc will lead to
generating more business. Based on the feedback, it is expected,
INDIASOFT 2011 has generated about Rs 300 crore business.


MEMORAN
DUM OF UNDERSTANDING / BUSINESS AGREEMENT

SIGNED AND PLANNED IN NEAR FUTURE


The Council to promote IT trade, signed MoU with




gwSaar Saarland Economic Promotion Corporation,
Germany



AVANTE,
Cuba



Few of the Exhibiting companies who signed Business Ag
reements and
generated business on spot include:


1.

Secure Matrix (I) Pvt. Ltd.,



Total business in Pipeline worth US$ 1 million



Business tip
-
ups with companies from USA, Germany
-

SAARLAND and France


2.

C3IT Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,



Business on Spot
with Ghana (US$ 300,000)



Business in Pipeline with a company from Mexico (US$ 100,000),



Business in Pipeline with a company from Spain (US$ 100,00)



Business tie
-
ups with Ghana
-

IPMC ( 1 Mnl. $ )


3.

Kritnu It Solutions Pvt Ltd



Business tip
-
ups with co
mpanies from Saudi Arabia, UK, US and
France.




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4.

Fidel Softech Pvt. Ltd.,



Business in Pipeline with company from Denmark


5.

Cyber Infrastructure P. Ltd.,



Business in pipeline with companies from Germany, Denmark,
Sweden, UK, Spain, France, US, Saudi Arabia,
Malaysia,
Bangladesh, Nigeria


6.

Kirti Microsystems



Business on Spot with company from Saudi Arabia ( Rs 5 lakh)


12.

Waybeo Technology solutions



Business in Pipeline with companies from US, Germany and
Bangladesh.


13 . MUZIRIS SOFTECH (p) Ltd., Cochin



B
usiness tip
-
ups with companies from Ecuador, Tanzania,
Trinidad & Tobago


14. Artin Dynamics



Total Business on Spot with company from Egypt worth

Rs. 50,00,000



Business tip
-
ups with companies from UK and West Indies


32.

15. IBN
Tech
nologies Limited



Business in Pipeline with USA, Norway, Costa Rica , Botswana


33.

16.
Mak Webtech



Business in Pipeline with companies from France and Canada


34.

17.
Busy Infotech



Business in Pipeline with 3 countries ( Rs. 100,000)


35.

18. ITV Computers Pvt. L
td.,



Approx. 3 to 4 countries interested in business tie
-
ups and
joint ventures.


19.

Cyber Ash Softech Pvt. Ltd.,



Business in Pipeline from USA, Denmark, Egypt, South
Africa, Algeria, and Tobago


28



Business Tie Ups with companies from Denmark, Egypt,
South A
frica, Algeria, Tobago & Trinidad, USA


20.

Sharp Web Studio



Business in Pipeline with companies from UK


21.

Zcon Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,



Business Tie
-
ups with companies from Germany


22.

Excellence IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd
.,



Business in Pipeline with companies from W. In
dies, USA,
Algeria, France.


23.

Techknit IT Enabled Services Pvt. Ltd.,



Business in Pipeline with Brazil, Germany, Chile, Denmark
and Bhutan


24.

Telematics 4U Services Pvt. Ltd.,



Business in Pipeline with Bangladesh, Nigeria (Approx.
Rs
15
Lakh)



Business Tie
-
ups with company from Togo


25.

Shree Deepam Infotech Pvt. Ltd.,



Business on spot with Scorpion Technology from South
Africa



Business in Pipeline with companies from Brazil, Germany
and Spain.


26.

Softthink Intelligent Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,



Business in pipeline

with USA, Denmark, Ghana, German and
Bangladesh.


27. Atlanta Systems Pvt. Ltd.,



Business in Pipeline with company from Honduras


28.

Xerces Technologies Pvt. Ltd.,



Business in pipeline with companies from USA, Brazil and
Spain ( $ 50 K)




29

29.

Karomi Technologie
s & Secure Matrix



Business Deals signed with companies from Ecuador

30.

Marshal Technologies

(M SDN.BHD.
Indonesia



Collateral business partnership will take place in due time
with the following Indian Exhibiting companies :
Secure
Matrix India Pvt.Ltd, Intellis
ys, Sodtech, SharpWebStudio,
NLogix Soluttions, ITV Computers Pvt.Ltd, SLN
Technologies Pvt.Ltd, Aladdin Multimedia Pvt.Ltd,
Braahmam Solutions Pte.Ltd, Angler Technologies India,
IBN technologies Limite
d

31.

Mighty Technologies Pvt Ltd, Kyrgystan




Business ve
ntures to start with the following Indian
companies including

Prakash Software, Mak webtech,Cyber
Infrastructure Pvt, Xerces technologies Pvt, Citytech, CDN
solution, Braahman, A3logics


32.

Noux C.A, Ecuador




Noux C.A, Ecuador and Embarc signed an agreement
in
order to distribute Embarc´s solutions in Ecuador.


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. Medocon, Germany




Medocon, Germany has signed an agreement with zCon
Solution Pvt Ltd for IT solutions in Healthcare sector













30

OBSERVATIONS & REACTIONS


INTERNATIONAL IT DELEGATES





Ms Bri
gitte Brun
, Director, Six Sigma Steps,
Germany

An excellent event. Small enough to remain at a human size and big
enough to produce the diversity needed for the small and medium
businesses.
Keep it up!




Mr Jos Scheffelaar
, CEO and Co
-
Founder, Launch in US A
lliance,

USA

One of the best events for international IT networking. My visit to
India convinced me that it is indeed the land of unlimited IT
opportunities!




Mr Joseph Ridley
, Project

Director, Terrapinn Middle East Fz Llc,
Dubai

Very interesting and ver
y insightful and of great use of time. Great
achievement.




Mr Dovi Soter
, CEO, VNT,
Togo


A dynamic software show




Mr Mykola Tishchenko
, Director, Diya, Ltd,
Ukraine

Very Good!




Mr Randolf Kissling,

CEO, Aura Interactiva,
Costa Rica

Highly mpre
ssed on the work experience some of the Indian
companies have




Mr Roberto Robles
, CEO,
Honduras, AHTI, SINERGI,
Honduras

F
inally found companies that have the time and the approach to
medium companies like ours.




Mr Alexandre Camilo Perez,

Brazil

I was i
mpressed by the quality and professionalism.






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Dr Nguyen Huu Le, Chairman, TMA,
Vietnam

It was a very useful event to network not only with companies from
India but also delegates from other countrie. The organisation was
superb, and the venue was also
very nice…




Mr Milton Villion, CEO, Synergy,
Ecuador

I
t was a very interesting event, I could talk face to face with the
people who develop so many IT solutions.




Mr S. Kabir Ahmed, MD. IBCS
-
PRIMAX Software (BD) Ltd. &
Director,Bangladesh Association of
Software & Information
Services,
Bangladesh

This event was an eye opener fo
r

us.




Mr Jeebodh Pancham, Manager, Harpan Technologies cc
,
South
Africa

An excellent IT show.




Mr Frédéric Gayraud, President & CEO, PRADO CONSULTING,
France


Pretty well organiz
ed event.





















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OBSERVATIONS & REACTION


EXHIBITORS




Secure Matrix (I) Pvt. Ltd.,
Mumbai

A quality programme.




Assam Electronics Dev. Corp. Ltd., ( AMTRON),
Guwahati

The exhibition is
a
very good platform.




Angler Technologies India Pvt. Ltd
.,
Coimbatore

Good initiative by ESC to develop India IT Show.




Cyber Infrastructure P. Ltd.,
Indore

Great Experience




Excellence IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,
Pune

Good Platform for small and IT enterprises.




Explore IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,

Calicut

Overall good




C3IT Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,
Pune


Excellent turnout of visitors, Great organisation of Exhibition.




Cygnet Infotech Pvt. Ltd,
Ahemdabad

Good Show




Gateway Technolabs Pvt. Ltd., A
hemdabad

The overall experience was good.




IDS Infotech Ltd.,
Chandig
arh



Nice Platform to showcase and …..!




Linguanext Inc.,
Pune


Very Nice.




Mak Webtech,

Mumbai


The overall experience was good.



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Softthink Intelligent Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,
Kolkata


Nice Experience and would be looking forward to participate n
ext year
as well.




Wrench Solutions Private Limited,
Mumbai

Good potentials discovered




Zcon Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,
Pune

Nice Experience




Zensar Technologies,
Pune

Very well organised






























34

CONCLUSION

INDIASOFT 2011


An Amalgam of Indi
an Knowledge and Enterprise
Competency


Being an integrated global IT exposition and networking platform,
INDIASOFT 2011
facilitated business interactions between overseas and
Indian IT companies, which will lead to enhanced export of Indian
software & se
rvices in the near future.

Several Indian Exhibitors as well as majority of Foreign delegates have
quoted “INDIASOFT 2011 turned out to be a great platform and was
comparable to any other international software exhibition across the
world”. Also, it was a

great idea that exhibitors were introduced so
systematically while the delegates were also selected carefully.”


“I liked the way Indian software companies interacted with us. It was all
very personal. Even the presentations were great. For example, a fe
w
companies showed mobile applications on mobile phones just so we could
get a clear idea of how they would really look like,” said another delegate
from
Sweden.


Many clients looked visibly impressed by the one
-
one
-
one interactions that
were made possible

at the India Soft platform. Unlike European exhibitors,
Indian exhibitors showed an open attitude towards reaching out to the
clients and had a closer interaction, quoted by a delegate from
France
.

INDIASOFT 2011 also helped the foreign delegates know ho
w qualified
Indian professionals are. They saw what it meant to mass
-
produce
developers the way India did. Most people in the industry in India are
management and engineering graduates who have the right skills to work
in the software especially open sourc
e industry.

Commented a delegate from
Denmark
, “Indian professionals essentially
have three important qualities that distinguish them from their
counterparts in other countries. And they are: ambition, education and
hospitality.”

I enjoyed presentations
on security testing and mobile phone applications.
“I really enjoyed,” shared a delegate from
Dubai.



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ESC is of the view that the organizing of INDIA SHOW like INDIASOFT
2011 assists the Indian IT fraternity especially the tier 2 & 3 ones in
strengthening

their foothold globally. The event assisted the participating
Indian IT fraternity to forge business and marketing tie ups, joint ventures,
with global buyers thus resulting
to

enhance

India’s

IT services exports
globally.