MoU Inked between IPAMA and NASSCOM for Technology Upgradation
22 July 2020: An MoU was signed between Iqbal Singh, General Secretary, Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers; (IPAMA) and Sudhanshu Mittal, Head, Gurugram Center & Director, Technical Solutions, National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) Center of Excellence, IOT & AI at Noida.
IPAMA is an association registered under the Societies Act, 1860, having its head office at NOIDA, UP. It has been assisting its Member companies in upgradation and adoption of latest Technology in Printing and Packaging manufacturing segments. NASSCOM Center of Excellence – IoT & AI is part of the Digital India Initiative by Ministry of Electronics & IT (MeitY), in partnership with the State Governments and NASSCOM.
It is a nationwide program to develop culture of thought leadership, digital transformation and co-creation in Industry 4.0, Automotive, Healthcare, Agriculture, Energy, and other industry verticals. CoE is also engaged in facilitating Technology adoption by the Industry, by bringing the latest and deeptech innovations for Start-ups and Technology Companies and to help grow and scale their business interests. It also provides largest Innovation platform for enterprises, governments and innovators in emerging technologies of AI, ML, IoT, Big Data, Analytics, AR/VR and Robotics for Digital Transformation. NASSCOM aims to be the primary catalyst for development and adoption of innovative digital solutions in different domains.
On the eve of signing of the agreement, Dayaker Reddy, President, IPAMA stated that “This agreement will strengthen the Indian Printing and Packaging Machine manufacturers in upgrading their machines. In India, the emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and advance printing and packaging are user-friendly for end-customers and ensuring widespread use in different sectors of the industry. The situation will change more in the coming years and more and more companies will come forward to make investments in automation of machines for quality enhancement, increase the production, make economical etc. We are encouraging the companies for adoption of new technologies in the printing and packaging sector”.
Sudhanshu Mittal stated that we are committed to helping Indian manufacturing sector with digital technology adoption to improve their quality, productivity, worker safety and any other area where they need help. Indian ecosystem has variety of solutions available to meet the requirements of manufacturing companies.