Symphony Teleca to Showcase Strategies to Accelerate Innovation in India Operations at the Zinnov Confluence 2013
Attending Executives Will Learn How Ideation, Software Centricity and Business Efficiency are Transforming India Operations into Global Innovation Hubs
Symphony Teleca Corporation, the global innovation and development services company, today announced that it will showcase strategies for accelerated innovation from India Centers, to hundreds of executives expected to attend the Zinnov Confluence in Bangalore, India on July 11-12, 2013.
Symphony Teleca has over 5,000 experts in India dedicated to supporting a global client base and helping customers to ideate new vertical solutions, shift from hardware centric to software centric business models and dramatically improve cost and productivity metrics across of range of functions and operations. At the Confluence, the company experts will bring alive how India operations are transforming into global innovation hubs through its 3-pillared strategy of Ideation, Software Centricity, and Business Efficiency.
Ideation: Leverage Symphony Teleca experts, investments and vision for the future to ideate and plan the next big thing.
Software Centricity: See the transformational power of moving businesses towards a software-based model with Cloud, SaaS and Mobility solutions.
Business Efficiencies: See how organization can benefit from Symphony Teleca’s world class processes and global resources to maximize from innovation, development and business efficiencies.
At the Confluence, Reddy Karri, EVP Enterprise Applications and Technology Business Unit of Symphony Teleca will talk at a panel discussion titled ‘Accelerated IP creation: Doubling your IP portfolio from India’ on July 12 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Masayoshi Tamura, General Manager, Hitachi will present a case study on how they have realized the true value from collaborating with Symphony Teleca. The session titled ‘Leveraging the Ecosystem to Create New Products and Solutions’ is schedule on July 12 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.