A distributor for data and associated domains, TechnoBind recently conducted its partner’s meet in Chennai. Attended by over 50 channel partners, the event was aimed to assist partners gain insights about how they can help their customers manage their data over its lifecycle.
With channel engagement at the core, the event primarily offered a platform to share business pain points associated with data storage, protection, security and management.
According to IDC, big data revenues are estimated to cross US$ 187 billion in 2019. It is said that the amount of data in the world doubles every two years, and by 2020, the digital universe will reach 44 zettabytes, or four trillion gigabytes in data.
According to Gartner, more and more Indian organisations are looking to integrate and manage unstructured data, and some are also experimenting with data science on real-time streaming data.
As a result, data management software market revenue in India is on pace to total US$ 950 million in 2018, a 13.2 per cent increase year-on-year.
Prashanth G J, CEO, TechnoBind, said, “Globally as well as in India, the data and the associated domains have witnessed yet another year of steady growth.
They have indeed become a success mantra for SMEs and businesses, as majority of them are relying on data governance to perform any tasks and reap the desired outcomes.
The agenda of the event was to develop a strong educated partner base, ensure they remain relevant in this ever changing market and enable them to deliver the right solutions to their respective customers.”