eINDIA 2009

Date: August 25-27, 2009
Venue: Hyderabad International Convention Centre, (HICC) Hyderabad, India

Event Overview
The three-day conference and exhibition facilitates knowledge sharing in different domains of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). It paves way for multi-stakeholder partnership and professional networking among governments, industries, academia and civil society organizations.

In addition, the event provides an opportunity for participants to interact with a wide and diverse development community through keynote addresses, paper presentations, exhibitions and thematic workshops. Infosys is a Gold Sponsor of eGov and eHEALTH tracks.

Session 1

eHealth: Transforming healthcare systems and services – An ICT-centric approach
Date: August 25, 2009 
Time:  14:20-15:30 IST 
Panelist:  Uday Bhaskarwar, Vice President, India Business, Infosys 

‘eHealth 2009’ – The most definitive Indian event on healthcare Information and Communication Technology (ICTs), technologies and applications. It brings together health IT professionals, practitioners, end-users and decision makers to engage in active conferencing and networking. In addition, there will be an exhibition that showcases some of the latest technologies.

Learn more about the eHealth session

Session 2

Topic: eGov: Enterprise Approach for e-Governance – Providing a Paradigm Shift 
Date: August 25, 2009 
Time:  16:00-17:30 IST
Panelist:  Sanjeev Kapoor, Head, Government and Telecom sectors, India Business, Infosys 

eGov 2009 provides a platform for stakeholders - policymakers, practitioners, industry leaders, academicians and architects of e-Government projects to debate on issues such as:

  • How is the e-Government system leading to the desired output and goals?
  • Are there changes required in the policy framework?
  • Has e-Governance investments made the life easy for citizens?

In addition, the panelists will discuss achievements, challenges and the lessons learnt in implementing e-Governance in India.

Learn more about the eGov session

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