Amar Babu, President, Asia Pacific, Lenovo, pointed out how technology can help bridge the digital divide: “The past two years have shown us how much technology can transform businesses, industries and communities. But they have also shown where – and for whom – digital access and digital transformation are most needed. Lenovo is pleased to take on the challenge of bridging the digital divide in India and helping India realize its potential as a global growth engine.”
Lenovo’s flagship event, Tech World’22, recently concluded its first edition in India. The two-day event hosted by the world’s leading technology company featured Lenovo leaders and industry experts presenting their unique perspectives on smart technologies. The curated sessions covered topics ranging from the next stage of India’s digital transformation to technology innovations for smart healthcare, security and education, and were themed “Enabling a Smarter India with Smarter Technology.” More than 2,000 people attended the event, including representatives from the technology industry, public and private sectors, education and industry, as well as consumers, who were excited about the opportunities presented by India’s increasing digitization.
Debjani Ghosh, President, NASSCOM, in her keynote address said, “India is at a fantastic juncture today as the world realizes that inclusive technology is the need of the hour and we need to build the technology base. India recognized this many years ago. Businesses need to develop a strong partnership mindset so that India can sustain this growth momentum. The Indian Techade will be about the ecosystem coming together and not just delivering products and solutions once, but coming together to create sustainable and impact-driven change.”