2021: Harbinger of good things

The Financial Express – English (Ahmedabad Edition) – Page 5 – 30/12/2020

In 2020, the global information technology industry took a small step back in terms of overall revenue. As of August 2020, the research consultancy IDC was projecting global revenue of $4.8 trillion for the year, compared to their original estimate of $5.2 trillion. While the tech sector fared better than many other industries during the pandemic, it was not immune to cutbacks in spending patterns and deferment of major investments. As the industry emerges from a chaotic year, it will begin a rebuilding phase, but this rebuilding goes beyond restoration. Still, the opportunities are high for advanced technology specifically technologies such as IoT and AI-BI implementations in the manufacturing industry. After covid India is going to emerge as a new epic center for manufacturing around the globe which would definitely open doors for India’s technological companies in terms of automation & other technologies. The current global scenario not only demands automation in business processes but is also boosting trends of cloud, hence cloud-based service delivery, is likely to perform better than those with a focus on business process management.
Keeping these trends and analysis in mind Mr. Kiran Sutaria, founder CEO of Citta has updated their line of services with advanced technologies such as business intelligence, process automation, implementation of IoT in manufacturing and other industries. They have come up with a standardized BI based business solution with an approach to bring every control in your hand with its IoT implementation and expertise. With these new technological shifts, Citta has become, one of its kind as one-stop tech solution expert.

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