Enterprise IT 2016

31 May – 3 June 2016

Marina bay sands, singapore

Enterprise IT 2016 is Asia’s LARGEST integrated sourcing platform for IT professionals across key industries.

  • Network with more than 1,200 exhibitors from around the world
  • Leading launch pad in Asia; be the first to see and understand how these new solutions can transform your industry
  • Source from the latest cutting-edge technologies such as IoT and Smart City solutions
  • Witness first-hand as exhibitors present their latest launches at the Xperience Zone or experience live demonstrations at the Hospitality Suites
  • Connect with new suppliers and reinforce ties with business partners to enhance your business
  • Share your views on global trends with peers from around the region
  • Learn & gain insights from the experts in the industry at the CommunicAsia2016 Summit as they speak about disruptive digital trends. View our conference programme here.
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