In the recent inauguration of the Bengaluru Tech Summit, Mr. Narendra Modi said that our governance model is Tech-First.
The tech adoption rate has been the highest during the pandemic, forcing people to forgo usual tasks and work online. This phase has been called “the quickening” where a decade’s worth of tech adoption happened in 6 months. With sectors such as education, retail, and finance going online, it’s been a great boost for the country with respect to technology.
According to Narendra Modi, India is at a very advantageous stage where we can create technology solutions in India that can then be deployed throughout the world. India has good technologists with the ability to find solutions. One of the most beneficial of these advancements was farmers and families in rural areas, who were able to order necessities at the click of a button.
With the mitigation of compliance with regards to the IT sector, it will be easier for India to deploy its solutions to different parts of the world. The theme of the tech summit is “Next is now”. Modi said that it was only fitting that technology was aiding with the organizing of this event. In the inauguration, the PM also spoke about the importance of technology in the Indian government, and the benefits it has yielded for everyone, and how Indian technologists will keep yielding benefits for themselves and everyone related to them.
Technology has already become a huge part of our day-to-day life and it will only make life easier for us. Improved technology requires the best minds to come together and find solutions. And thereby calling for the fortification of tech teams. Without great tech leaders with visions, there is no scope for improvement. This means every company will look for tech leaders as CTO’s will be indispensable for an organization to thrive.