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Frost & Sullivan's 2017 Annual India Digital Transformation Awards to Recognize and Applaud Excellence across Indian ICT Industry

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Business Wire IndiaFrost & Sullivan will host its 2017 India Digital Transformation Awards, previously known as India ICT Awards, on 15 June with a gala awards banquet at ITC Maratha, Mumbai. The annual awards program is in its 15th consecutive year and is one of the most sought-after business accolades. It seeks to recognize companies and individuals who have pushed the boundaries of excellence, rising above the competition and achieving success using digital technologies in the Indian market.
 
The awards program will have four categories and 32 awards, identified and selected by a distinguished jury panel. The categories are: Enterprise Infrastructure, Emerging Software Products and IT Services, Enterprise Telecom Services, and Mobile & Wireless.
 
Every year the awards banquet witnesses an elite gathering of stalwarts of industry, visionary leaders, and representatives from across the ICT industry thus presenting a unique opportunity to interact with the most outstanding performers of the ecosystem under one roof. To find out more about partnership opportunities for the awards, please contact – Amit Kumar at amitk@frost.com.
 
Benoy C.S., Director & Business Unit Head, Digital Transformation (ICT) Practice, Frost & Sullivan – Middle East, North Africa & South Asia speaking of the awards said, “The interplay between cloud computing, mobility, big data and the internet of things is rapidly accelerating the pace of digital transformation across all industries. It is fundamentally changing the way we do businesses and it is transforming not only the industries themselves but also societies and economies. We are excited to be hosting the annual awards for the 15th time as these awards play an important role in identifying and recognizing best practices by ICT players in India. We hope that this recognition will help ICT firms to continue to push the boundaries of excellence.”
 
The selection process involves a rigorous assessment methodology followed by a complete study of the shortlisted companies based on current actual market performance indicators. Judging criteria include such categories as revenue growth, market share, leadership, innovation, breadth of products and solutions, customer acquisitions, market strategy, efficacy of innovation process, product service value, and product service and positioning.
 
The 2017 India Digital Transformation Awards is supported by Media Partners – Channel Times, CIO Review, Communications Today, CXO Today, Infotech Lead, Telecom Lead and Telecom Watch.
 
To find out more about this prestigious awards banquet, please visit www.frost.com/ictawards and follow our official Twitter hashtag: #fsictawardsindia

About Frost & Sullivan

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