Micro Focus has revealed in its survey that in the quest towards digital resiliency, 51 percent of companies in India will accelerate their investment in cloud and edge technologies over the next 12-18 months.
This survey was conducted on the side-lines of the company’s flagship enterprise and government customer event in India Technology Horoscope 2021.
“As we adapt to new realities, the rules of business are being rewritten with new technologies, engagement models and customer expectations. The coming year will demand organizations to balance the speed of digital transformation with the pragmatism need to run the business and manage costs as the survey findings underline. Micro Focus is uniquely positioned to help customers run and transform and achieve overall business resilience. By combining customer-centric innovation with open and cloud-based solutions, we can help protect current and future IT investments helping customers bridge existing and emerging technologies, said Genefa Murphy, Chief Marketing Officer, Micro Focus.
“At, Micro Focus, we focus on helping customers adapt and succeed in the digital economy as a critical market need and a cornerstone of our vision. With a broad portfolio, backed by robust analytics intellectual property that delivers the insights, efficiencies, and automation necessary to succeed in today’s rapidly evolving marketplace, Micro Focus helps customers attain the four critical outcomes of digital transformation: to accelerate application delivery, simplify IT transformation, strengthen cyber resilience, and analyze in time to act. Micro Focus is committed to delivering High Tech, Low Drama to its customers,” said Saurabh Saxena, Country Director – India, Micro Focus.
Micro Focus along with IDC presented the theme – “DX Quantum Leap” to discuss the brave new world and key trends by the analysis acquired by research and surveys conducted across the globe. During the event, Micro Focus announced its customer promise as High Tech, Low Drama for enabling a quantum leap in the digital transformation of customers.
It also hosted the 3rd edition of its Women in Technology panel with the theme of ‘Mentoring the Next Generation of Women Leaders’. As a part of this annual event involving eminent women leaders from corporations like SBI, EY, Deloitte, HP Enterprise, Vodafone, ITyukt Digital Solutions, IDC, JioSaavn, and Siemens Healthineers deliberated on the topic.