VMware, a global leader in cloud infrastructure and business mobility, on Tuesday reiterated its strategy to help customers in India realise the benefits of business mobility and transform their business processes.
Addressing reporters, End-User Computing Asia Pacific and Japan Vice President Sanjay K Deshmukh said, “The company’s strategy aims to free businesses from more than a decade of client-server focused IT, which enabled mobile access to a limited number of productivity applications, and now deliver a more user and application-centric experience.”
The total addressable enterprise mobility solutions industry in the Asia Pacific region, which includes applications, devices, security, middleware, and professional services, is expected to grow from $22 billion in 2015 to $26.7 billion by 2017. The market in India is also expected to grow from $1.7 billion in 2015 to $2.3 billion in 2017 over the same period.
“With Indian organisations paying close attention to the future of business processes in the mobile-cloud era, we believe that India is on the cusp of the next major technology wave in the Asia Pacific region,” said Deshmukh.
“With a new generation of smartphone-powered workers who have easier access to end-user devices and network connectivity, businesses here are prioritising and reorienting themselves around mobile innovation, apps and services,” he said.
VMware offers a unified hybrid cloud platform that creates business innovation, new business models and delivers new applications instantly and securely to internal and external customers on any device.