Always dreamt of the chance to solve business challenges faced by some of the largest enterprises in India and North America? Well here’s your chance.
One of the world’s most prominent providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, Capgemini, will be opening up the second season of Capgemini Super Techies Show to North American participants. This technology based reality television show will air in September on ET Now and Times Now.
Individuals who have experience in working with technologies in a business environment are eligible to apply online at www.capgeminisupertechiesshow.com. If chosen as North American participant, your team will win a paid trip to India and compete for the grand prize of $27,000 cash.
The season will include 13 episodes, nine of which will focus on solving business challenges around Big Data, Social, Mobile, Cloud and Infrastructure Services. In each of the nine episodes, two Indian teams and one North American team will present its solution to the assigned business challenge. The winners move on to their pool semi-final. The one hour Grand Finale of the Capgemini Super Techies Show will feature the winners from the three semi-final pools.
Reason to enter into this show:
1. Building a good business relations.
2. Knowing the strategies and process handling in IT business.
3. Enhancing your knowledge according to current market trends.
4. Improving your ability to handle real time business problems.
5. Analysing best practices in market.
6. Keep updating your industry with next generation technologies.
7. Scaling your business using great techie minds.
This show offers techies, who usually work behind the scenes, a chance to showcase their expertise on a global scale. As a platform designed to stimulate innovation, the Capgemini Super Techies Show will no doubt continue to address business demands with responsive technology solutions.
Saurabh Mukhekar is a Tech Blogger from Pune, India. He is also thinker, maker, life long learner, hybrid developer, edupreneur, mover & shaker. He’s captain planet of BlogSaays and seemingly best described in rhyme.
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