Tech Mart | Microsoft and Tech Data organized Tech Mart in Pune on 23rd November by TD Sinex Company
27 percent of these companies are fully or mostly cloud-based, and this percentage is projected to reach the global average in the next two to three years.
- Microsoft’s continued support for digital transformation of Indian small and medium enterprises (SMBs), highly optimistic about future cloud adoption, will enable businesses
- Second edition of Tech Mart in Pune
- Supporting businesses in the digital economy
Pune: The ecosystem of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in Maharashtra i.e. MSMEs is becoming progressive. According to statistics from this sector, nearly 47.78 lakh MSMEs in the state account for about 8 percent of the total MSMEs in the country and these industries employed more than 11 lakh employees in FY 20-21.
According to the Microsoft SMB Voice and Attitudes Toward Technology Study 2022, small and medium businesses (SMBs) in India are most optimistic about cloud adoption in the future. 27 percent of these companies are fully or mostly cloud-based, and this percentage is projected to reach the global average in the next two to three years. Compared to similar global companies, SMBs in India are at the forefront of technology adoption. 35 percent of these companies spend more than 10 percent of their revenue on technology.
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As SMBs continue to use technology to accelerate their business growth, Microsoft remains committed to enabling them to succeed and innovate in today’s digital economy. As part of this commitment, Microsoft and Tech Data, a TD Synex company, organized a Tech Mart on 23 November 2022 in Pune. The aim is to support city businesses by providing technology options, tools and guidance to meet their unique needs today and in the future.
Here companies can accelerate their digital transformation journey with hands-on and ‘one-to-one’ consultation on their business challenges. This tech mart will have options on various topics such as collaboration, security, productivity, hosting facilities and applications on the cloud, finance and operations, HR and even customer relationship management.
About the company’s initiative to support SMBs, Samik Roy, Executive Director, Corporate, Medium and Small Business, Microsoft India said, “Microsoft has helped many SMBs in the country move to the cloud. Together with our partners, we have helped companies accelerate this journey of digital transformation. For that they are offered all kinds of comprehensive options. We are taking a deep dive into this progressive SMB ecosystem, understanding their business ambitions and challenges. Microsoft continues to invest in enabling these businesses by offering secure, affordable and easy-to-use technologies and options. We strongly believe that SMBs can have a positive impact on the nation. Initiatives like Tech Mart reinforce our commitment to helping these businesses become more productive, more flexible, agile and future-ready by working from anywhere.”
As a trusted technology leader, Microsoft has served over 200,000 SMB customers in India. Microsoft supports these SMBs through more than 17,000 partners across the country. Likewise, it is being ensured that they have flexibility in IT strategy, procurement, deployment and management throughout their digital transformation journey.