The Technology Showcase at TCS Summit Asia Pacific 2016 features Breakout Sessions with TCS global leadership who will be discussing the leading business and technology trends affecting organizations today and in future.

The sessions described below are available to all TCS Summit attendees and are scheduled Tuesday, 25 October, after the TCS Summit Conference concludes. Feel free to register for one or more sessions, all of which are at the 3F of the Shangri-La Hotel.

The Future of Business Operations
Dinanath Kholkar – Global Head, Business Process Services
2:15 – 2:45

Organisations are re-imagining processes, workplaces and business models as they evolve and create a digital core. They are putting their customer’s experience first and transforming into agile, intelligent and social enterprises to cope with fast changing business and cultural trends. There is also continued pressure to improve on key business metrics – revenues and profitability – while controlling costs. Customer experience enhancement, operational business transformation and creating new business models in short time are imperative to stay competitive.


The Race for Agility: Creating a Competitive Edge with the Cloud
Sunder Singh – Global Head, Enterprise Solutions
3:00 – 3:30

Agile enterprises must embody the attributes of an elite athlete—speed, agility, mobility, flexibility, and endurance— to be a top competitor. Today, winning the race for market share and customer loyalty requires a strategic cloud adoption plan suited to meet the business’ needs. Attend this session for insights on TCS’ fresh approach to migrating to cloud. Learn more about TCS’ successes in speeding cloud adoptions and bringing more agility to the supply chain.

Optimising Opex through Reliability Centered Maintenance and Predictive Analytics
Venkatesh Patil – Global Head, Energy, Resources and Utilities, Engineering and Industrial Services, TCS
3:00 – 3:30

One of the key questions that enterprises face today is “Where do I spend my limited budget to gain maximum benefit?” The ever increasing customer expectations, health and safety considerations, environment, and other regulatory requirements puts great stress on the already constrained budgets of the enterprises. Join us to know how disruptive technologies like predictive data analytics, machine-to-machine (M2M) interactions, next generation sensors, control systems and intelligent assets are enabling new ways of operations and ensuring equipment reliability.

The Real Business Value in Cognitive Automation
Gary Powell – Business Head, Australia, ignio
3:15 – 3:45

Learn about IgnioTM, the world’s first neural automation system for enterprises created by TCS. Learn how this new breed of artificially intelligent software is making Enterprises’ IT smarter, more responsive & easier to manage, driving efficiencies in IT Operations. While most enterprises struggle to sort fact from fiction about cognitive computing, you can understand how to leverage it to gain real business value.

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