(MENAFN Press) Meta Byte Technologies, a next generation technology consulting company announced that it has partnered with world's leading market research firm IDC, to sponsor its CIO Summit 2014 to be held in Dubai. IDC's CIO Summit 2014 is designed for forward-thinking CIOs looking for innovative solutions to not only addressing business pain points but transform and generates growth.
The event will take place at Jumeirah Beach Hilton, Dubai on February 24 and 25, 2014. The event will see Meta Byte Technologies participating as its Gold sponsor. Through its association with IDC for the CIO Summit 2014, Meta Byte Technologies plans to connect with CIOs and key decision makers at the event.
Speaking about his company's participation at IDC's CIO Summit 2014 as one of its key sponsors, Salil Dighe, the CEO of Meta Byte Technologies, said, "Through this event, we would like to meet up with key decision makers and discuss their pain points and understand their technology demands. IDC's CIO Summit 2014 gives us that platform to interact with C-level executives and we are very pleased to be associated with IDC.
IDC's CIO Summit 2014 is an arena for senior level executives to engage with peers, colleagues, vendors, and industry leaders while examining their management objectives in a one-on-one environment with other IT executives and solutions providers.
During the event, Meta Byte Technologies will highlight its core and unique framework that can resolve the challenges faced by most CIOs today. "In the current economic climate, CIOs are called upon to operate with an increasingly acute and sensitive approach to all aspects of their business," explained Dighe. "Thus, it is critical for CIOs to shoulder the burden of identifying and implementing the most cost-effective and productive IT systems and strategies that will create opportunity out of the increasingly rocky landscape.
Meta Byte Technologies' unique framework is meticulously planned with a data centric approach. "We strongly believe that any technology or solution should evolve from data upwards to the periphery of any enterprise," added Dighe. "When companies plan starting data in mind, it widens the horizon and hence, they would clearly be able to see things differently than "make to fit" approach which traditionally been done in the region. Any prospect will benefit multifold by taking a data centric approach.