The five-day event ended Oct 18.
Technopark CEO Girish Babu confirmed that Kerala IT companies could generate business leads with companies from America, Europe, Africa and Gulf Cooperation Council countries.
Codmax.com, based at Infopark here, also had its official launch at the event.
The company focuses on innovative products and services in the mobile and table PC market, and is set to launch a visionary platform - CODMAX - which has evoked great interest in China, the UK, Azerbaijan and Senegal, according to CODMAX chief Vivek Ganesh.
“Having attended Gitex 2012, our objective was to meet new technology providers who can help in the upgradation of our business. We found it a great platform and will be soon signing partnerships with potential technology vendors,” Mredul, founder of the Infopark-based Queen Media, said.
The Kerala IT pavilion at the event this year was strategically located, between the India, US and Chinese pavilions. The visitors, thus, came in droves.
The Kerala IT team was also able to get a ministerial-level delegation from United Kingdom to visit Kerala before the end of the year to hold discussions and conduct a feasibility study on possible investment opportunities here.