Gartner Research

2017 CIO Agenda: An India Perspective

Published: 10 January 2017

ID: G00318370

Analyst(s): Partha Iyengar


Gartner's annual survey found that Indian CIOs have moved aggressively toward digitalization, but this decisiveness creates risks and challenges in four areas that they will have to manage.

Table Of Contents

Survey Objective

Data Insights

  • Finding No. 1: Indian CIOs Have Lots of Money, but Not Enough Skills to Buy
    • Recommendations
  • Finding No. 2: Indian Companies Pursue Digital Business Aggressively
    • Recommendations
  • Finding No. 3: Indian Tech Priorities Sacrifice IT Basics for Digital Future
    • Recommendations
  • Finding No. 4: Indian CIOs Need to Shift From Bimodal IT to Bimodal Business
    • Recommendations
  • Methodology

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