Among the exhibitors were other solution providers, including CDW of Vernon Hills, Ill.; Arrow ECS of Alpharetta, Ga.; and Wipro Technologies, an Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.-based division of India-based Wipro Ltd.
Atul Sood (left), practice head for transformation consulting and system integration, and Rohit Yogendra Khanna (right), practice manager, manned their company's booth to try and reach out to the 7,000 or so attendees at the conference.
About 60 percent of Wipro's business now comes from North America, Sood said.
Wipro is also showing specific programs to help customers survive in these tough economic times, including its latest program, PACE, or Performance And Capital Efficiency, Sood said.
The PACE program focuses on using Wipro's consulting, application development and maintenance, infrastructure, data center and business process capabilities to help customers in four main areas: IT savings, IT transformation, IT rationalization and post-merger integration.