WEBEL MD, Upender Jit Singh responds to a query during the Panel Discussion-cum-Q&A at Government Connect Kolkata
Dell comes under an alliance with CyberMedia Research (CMR) to sum-up the ‘Government Connect Conference’ held in Kolkata. The conference underlined on deploying future-ready IT infrastructure to improve government functioning and discuss the pain-points and solutions pertaining to IT infrastructure for government stakeholders in the region.
Additionally, the conference created an opportunity to discuss the development of ICT infrastructure and solutions mandated by the Digital India initiative, future-proofing of ICT infrastructure and the National e-Governance Plan.
Commenting more on the West Bengal’s role, Raman Bountra, Business Leader – Government Sales, Dell India said, West Bengal has shown incredible acceptance to E-governance and has been a threshold to government initiatives like Digital India and schemes implemented in tune with the NeGP. This is bound to create phenomenal change in areas such as healthcare, education, creation of employment opportunities, citizen services, etc. Dell is excited to partner Webel, to create Future Ready IT solutions for a future ready government.
Commenting on the partnership, Thomas George, Senior Vice President, CMR said, “We are happy to receive the whole-heartedsupport of West Bengal’s nodal IT agency, WEBEL and our technology partner, Dell. We are committed to encourage debate on and adoption of scalable ICT infrastructure and solutions, to deliver ease and convenience to citizens, customers and stakeholders. We believe the coming months and years will see many transformative models emerge, as a result of successful collaboration between government organisations, India’s vast and vibrant public sector and technology vendors.”
Dell continued similar conferences in Lucknow, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Bangalore.
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