ICTA to Host the Inaugural ‘National Digital Consortia’ from 10th – 13th January 2022
Featuring 6 Global Tech Giants – Microsoft, Zoom, AWS, Google Cloud, Oracle and Huawei.
The Information and Communication Technology Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA) will host the inaugural ‘National Digital Consortia’, from 10th to 13th January, 2022, in partnership with FITIS, SLASSCOM, BCS, CSSL. In addition, the Ministry of Technology, Export Development Board, and Board of Investments (BOI) will collaborate with the event as National Partners. The ‘National Digital Consortia’ will feature six esteemed global tech giants, namely, Microsoft, Oracle, Google, Huawei, Amazon Web Services, and Zoom.
These global giants will present the latest products, services, and share insights on trends in the global tech industry. The key objective of the event is to expose the local technology ecosystem to the ongoing trends in the global technology landscape. The event also aims at building ties between these multinational organizations, local businesses, local government, and encourage these MNC’s to establish operations in Sri Lanka.
The sessions will showcase latest technology trends in Agriculture, Health, Education, and Fintech. In addition, fireside chats, case studies on digital government transformation, Cyber Security, Customer Engagement and Transformation, are some of the key topics for discussion.
Google will host the inaugural session (10th January) focusing on Innovation in Agriculture, Education, and Healthcare with the aid of Google cloud. Followed by Amazon Web Services (AWS) who will discuss the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Transforming Agriculture and Education, and accelerating digital transformation through the cloud.
The second day (11th January) will be hosted by Zoom. Digital government transformation will be yet another pivotal topic of discussion by Zoom, followed by a panel discussion on ‘Reimagining Customer Engagement’. On the third day (12th), Oracle will host the sessions along with four simultaneous product and industry-related sessions on Agriculture, Healthcare, Fintech, and Education.
The final session (13th January) will be conducted by Microsoft discussing one of the most talked about topics during COVID-19; ‘Cyber Security’, and drive their orientation towards the digital economy.
Entities from the technology ecosystem, government agents, academia, and those interested in the latest technological trends are welcome to participate at the event. Registrations are open on ICTA social media platforms: LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter or e-mail [email protected] or [email protected] for details.
The Information and Communication Technology Agency (ICTA) of Sri Lanka is in the forefront of driving digital transformation in the Nation with a vision to make Sri Lanka a digitally inclusive country. ICTA strives to serve the Nation with effective Digital Solutions to transform the lives of Sri Lankan citizens. For more Information about ICTA, visit icta.lk