Speaking about the focus for this year's summit, Sangeeta Gupta, vice president, NASSCOM, said, "Human resource is the foundation of the Indian IT-BPO industry and the advantageous position enjoyed by the Indian IT industry rests on the shoulders of its skilled human power. However, at this growth curve, the industry is faced with a number of issues and growing concerns around workforce."|
"This year's summit will work as a platform where the IT industry will deliberate issues affecting them and listen to representatives from other industries that are based on human resources," added Gupta.
The panel discussions and speaker presentations will also analytically look at the critical need of HR moving beyond recruitment and attrition issues, and evolve with a more meaningful role for itself within the organisation. The speakers will share insights on how HR can help build skill sets in niche services, develop leadership competencies and expand the pool of talent in companies.
The two-day event is expected to see participation from over 500 delegates, 40 plus speakers from companies across the IT sector.