The fourth Season of ISODA tech summit 2014, kick started in Pattaya today with a big bang despite the emergency declared in Bangkok by Thai Governement due to anti-government protests. More than 90 Channel Partners mark their presence during the first day along with vendor representatives.
The theme for the ISODA Tech Summit 2014 is “Phoenix”. According to Greek mythology the phoenix is a long-lived bird that is cyclically reborn or regenerated.
The ISODA Tech Summit Season 4 is organised by the North Partners under the guidance of tech Sumiit Committee Chairman Ashok Kumar along with his other committee team members in Pattaya from 23rd Jan to 25th Jan 2014 at Sheraton Resort, will give an insight into the association’s plan for the year. The summit will introduce the members with some innovative technologies in the industry, an exciting presentation by guest speaker Suneel Agarwal and a surprise on the concluding day by Tech Summit Team.
Nityanand shetty Chairman Isoda in his inauguration speech elaborated on phoenix and suggested the partners to come forward, co-operate, and collaborate to explore new opportunities in the future.
He further added “In the past year, the market scenario worldwide including India was not conducive to accelerated growth. 2013, can easily be defined as a tough year, dollar fluctuations to global slowdown to tax complexities, our industry has faced the brunt, in more ways than one. We are on the road back but certainly not there yet. Uncertainty is more pronounced today than in the past. The need of the hour would be innovative ideas and strategies. We at ISODA believe we are only limited by our own bounds and though the risks are many the opportunities are much more,”
The first day witness Gemalto ,a new entrant into Security business elaborating on growth mantra thru partnership and innovation. Besides the quarterly regional meets, the Annual Tech summit is meant to be a confluence and true reflection of the happenings in each geographical corner of the country and insights into the software industry.