Survey & Report on Education Technology Adoption in Indian Institutions

TCS iON completes an extensive survey with over 1800 educational institutions in India to understand adoption of educational technology.

Here are some key Insights from the report:

  1. Nearly 60% of institutions feel that IT remains a vital contributor in addressing their problem areas. They can be classified as "IT enthuasists".
  2. Educational institutions can solve most of their issues by mapping tech solutions to the problem areas
  3. The top priorities for instituition remain: improving student results, enhance the quality teaching, optimizing costs, keeping pace with the competition and last, but not least, strengthening the faculty
  4. Currently around 40% of institutions appreciate the utility of cloud adoption, and think it will bring multiple benefits. The proportion rises to around 46% for "IT enthusiasts"
  5. Interestingly, over 30% of institutions do feel they should use increased automation to alleviate their problems; yet it is not among the top 5 actionable items for institutions

Download the report and gain insights into:

  1. What does the 'end-user' look for to address his crucial technology related needs?
  2. What factors influence the end-user's decision-making while selecting a solution?
  3. What attitude do end-users exhibit when it comes to technology adoption and cloud computing?
  4. What key factors lead an end-user to select a particular solution vendor?
  5. Who are the primary stake holders / purchase decision-makers among the end-users?

You can download the report from TCSiON's website.

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