This and many more such sentiments were expressed by clients visiting India Soft 2011 in Pune organized on March 25 and 26. Most clients from abroad expressed joy over viagra organization of the Pune Exhibition. Said a client from Dubai, “It was great to meet local companies offering their software products to an international client base. It was professionally handled.”
Expressing his views over the Indian Software industry, he said, “India is at par with the West as far as the availability of technology is concerned. The level of professionals and their availability are an advantage for sure. However, I want to see India now getting seriously into some innovation. And I am positive, it would reach that stage as well.”
Most visitors appreciated the B-to-B networking, the organization and the outsourcing opportunities offered at the show. A lot of companies from Tier II and Tier III cities got a chance to show what they had. “Like ALW, there are many Indian companies having a 100 per cent international client base. I want to see a flourishing domestic market in India in IT development in future,” opined a visitor from France. “Yet, the approach in India towards clients is different. Even the top officials of software companies are vivacious enough to reach out and hold open discussions. And this reflects very well in the kind of business India gets,” he said adding that the country badly needs e-governance services at a large scale. This is yet another potential market for private players.
A client from Sweden, however, noted that when it comes to doing business, Indian IT professionals show great enthusiasm. But they still need to learn a few things like paying attention to detail, developing a thinking employee base and not just a management that controls them and takes decision on their behalf. He outlined small yet significant points like Indians still do not have free access to internet. And the potential of building such an infrastructure can open up an array of opportunities for IT companies in India.
Another client from Sweden said that Indian professionals essentially have three important qualities that distinguish them from their counterparts in other countries. And they are: ambition, education and hospitality. He expressed happiness over the fact that India mass produces developers and qualified engineers.
On the organization front at the Show, many delegates suggested that a proper indexing of the participants would have given another level to it. The same people were seen on the second day of the show too, which was disappointing.
However, the visitors as well as the clients lauded AnyLinuxWork for its focused approach towards its offerings apart from its excellent hospitality skills.
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