The Cloud Computing Innovation Council of India, or CCICI, has recently appointed Piyush Somani of ESDS Software Solution Limited, as new President of this professional society. Somani is the MD and Chairman of India’s top managed cloud services and end-to-end multi-cloud requirements.
This decision was made in light of Piyush’s expertise, experience, and contributions to the cloud technology sector. Prior to Piyush’s appointment, Pamela Kumar served as president of the CCICI.
The CCICI is committed to the expansion of the cloud computing sector in India. Their decision to appoint Somani was based on his years of dedication and effort in developing the country’s cloud computing sector, as well as his active participation in CCICI over the last six years. They are delighted to have Somani on board as president and look forward to working with him to develop visionary solutions in the Cloud sector, expressed Ignesius Ernest Thambyraj, Director General of Cloud Computing Innovation Council of India.
Piyush Somani, MD and Chairman, ESDS Software Solution Limited commented that it is an honour for him to serve as the President of the Cloud Computing Innovation Council of India (CCICI). He thanks and expresses his gratitude to the jury members for their decision. Throughout his years in the cloud technology sector, it has been his constant habit to innovate. He himself , ESDS, and CCICI have been working on Cloud transformation in India, as well as seamless Cloud onboarding of clients and systematic Cloud migrations across multiple Cloud platforms. He believes the cloud sector has tremendous potential, and with the right people and dedication, we can accomplish ground-breaking tasks in the cloud technology sector in India and around the world.
About Cloud Computing Innovation Council of India
The Cloud Computing Innovation Council of India (CCICI) is a vendor-neutral organization, and non-profit organisation of professionals from academia, industry, and government. CCICI aspires to be a dependable neutral advisor and ally to governments and industry. Their goal is to offer an open collaborative platform to expedite cloud computing technology adoption and innovation in India. To accomplish this, they have divided themselves into seven groups, each of which is focused on a specific collaborative segment.
For more information, visit https://ccici.in/