As the largest exporter of IT products and services in the world, India accounts for 11% of global computer services exports. The Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council plays a huge role in driving the country’s tech industry forward and advancing digital transformation on a global scale.
“India is a fantastic country rich in history, culture, and growing technological capabilities. I’m sure India will continue to play a very strong role in the growth of other nations,” said ESC Chairman Sandeep Narula, who pointed out that the country sold $230 billion worth of IT products around the world between March 2022 and 2023.
ESC Vice Chairman Veer Sagar added, “With Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the helm, India has set strategic laws and systems that ensure the technology coming out of the country is secure, tested and created ethically.”
On what makes India the world’s fastest-growing tech and IT hub, ESC Executive Director Gurmeet Singh said, “From India’s enormous consumer market to its expert services and high-quality products that other countries outsource, India provides high-value opportunities at competitive prices.”
ESC is holding the 24th edition of the country’s top IT event, INDIASOFT, in New Delhi from 17-19 January 2024. The annual event will bring together more than 1,500 Indian electronics and IT exhibitors and more than 700 foreign delegates from 80 nations.