India’s Tech Drive Has Reshaped the Economy – says Former Twitter India Head

India’s Tech Drive Has Reshaped the Economy

India’s Tech Drive Has Reshaped the Economy

A symposium to mark the success of entrepreneurs under the theme of ‘Drive Business through Technology’ was organized by KDK Software in Jaipur. The symposium addressed the entrepreneurs and urge to come forward for the change. Mr. Manish Maheshwari, Former Twitter India Head; Dr. Ajay Data, Chairman of DataXGen; Mr. Mahaveer Pratap Sharma, Chair TiE India Angels and RAIN; and Mr. Kapil Goyal, Founder and MD of KDK Software participated in the discussion and addressed the entrepreneurs.

Mr. Manish Maheshwari, Former Twitter India Head said, “Tech has fueled in country’s economic growth in last decade and has played a very important role to put India in the race of fastest growing economy in the world. Now it’s the time that MSME should tap the change by using the tech in their business transformations.”

Mr. Kapil Goyal, MD of KDK Software said, “KDK Software has established a real example by setting a Taxation area for any MSMEs to look for transformation. We believed in our product and developed in a way that it reaches to the last mile user. COVID has given dents to many businesses and it’s time for them to reverse the game by using the tech in the business.”

Dr. Ajay Data, Chairman of DataXGen said, “India has a language diversity and Indian Tech players are making customized solutions for the inclusion of large customer-base. When MSMEs are in the process of transforming, the large businesses have already transformed and stapled the tech for tapping the Gen Z as the future business targets.”

Mr. Mahaveer Pratap Sharma, Chair TiE India Angels and RAIN, said “Though I am not developing tech, I am a hardcore user of Tech in business. Among all the businesses that we study, we will determine that the key drivers of the success depends on its technology group. The near term impact of them is nothing compared to the long-term plans of each organization.”

It is forecasted that India will have over 900 million internet users by 2025 which will be over 60% of India’s projected population then. To tap this enormous opportunity walking in, the entrepreneurs should envision the whole country as customer-base and reaching to the multi-culture audience is only possible through advanced technology.

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