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Analytics Products – Scripting a Promising Future

About a year back, the global numbers for the Analytics software market was pegged at 42 billion USD, growing at 10% CAGR, and expected to touch 73 in the next five years. It is envisaged that the Indian analytics software and services opportunity – bullish right now – will clock in a 300% growth by 2020, from its current level of 1 billion USD. What does it mean for analytics product segment which is catalyzing growth in various dimensions already? Presently, with 400–odd Indian companies, this market accounts for a USD 144 million in revenues, growing at 17 per cent year on year. So much for the raw numbers that’s laden with avowed promise, waiting to crystallize. Let us see how. more

Introducing NASSCOM Show-Cases: Highlighting the Value Impact of Indian IT-BPM industry

Part II of the blog
Process Transformation – A dynamic catalyst
‘Process Transformation’ drives the design and delivery of value-oriented operational transformation by taking an end-to-end approach to achieving excellence in the execution. Positioned at the intersection of business and the technology, it helps clients achieve measurable benefits that transcend cost-cutting to deliver a true execution advantage, swifter, simpler and more flexible operations, and rigorous process execution across the enterprise to ensure certainty of outcomes. Indian IT-BPM organisations have been successfully transforming business processes of their clients by removing unnecessary or manual operations, automating as many procedures as possible, and outsourcing non-critical functions or replacing them with new techniques, thereby, offering an enhanced value proposition. more

Introducing Nasscom Show-Cases: Highlighting the Value Impact of Indian IT-BPM industry

Part I of the blog
The Indian Information Technology and Services industry has been a catalyst for change over the years and the fast approaching USD 150 billion mark is a testament to the position of India as a partner of choice for customers across the world. The impact has been all pervasive covering all verticals, geographies and customer segments. This has involved building deep capabilities and competencies, new business and delivery models as well as drive operational excellence to improve transform businesses, make faster decisions, improve time to market of solutions and help clients grow their businesses.Intro...Nasscom ShowCases.... more

InnoTrek 2015: Building the bridge to India’s Start-up Success dream

Vibrant, Inspiring & Energetic 7 days; 39/40 Hot Tech Start-ups of India; 70 eminent speakers from across the globe; and more than 150 top notch delegates – all together at Silicon Valley. Yes! InnoTrek 2015, held from 11-17th May, got a big thumbs up from the ‘Who’s Who’ of the global startup space and concluded with a big bang. The platform gave the best tech start-ups from India an opportunity to meet and grab the attention of global Investors, attend a slew of mentoring sessions and visit top tech companies of the world.
Welcome to Innotrek 2015 more

GICs in India: Catalysing Digital Transformation

This is the second part to the blog titled GICs in India: Then and NowA different set of competencies usually spawn, during change. For an India GIC today, there has been a major shift in perception itself. The harbingers were clamouring for a while. A model purely based on cost arbitrage was likely to stagnate beyond a point. Riding on millions of man hours and painstakingly harnessing domain expertise & process excellence alike, India GICs today are well poised to showcase high-end competency. Change gains prominence through new governance structure, stronger interplay of digital technology and an increased focus on R&D. It is no more just about perception alone. India GICs are actually enabling digital transformation for their parent firms, and uniquely re-positioning themselves in the competency matrix. more

Multiple sources of funding driving growth of Indian start-ups

Indian start-ups have come a long way from a handful in 2005 to crossing the 3,000 mark already by the end of year 2014. A home to a new breed of young start-ups, the country has gradually evolved to become the fourth largest base of tech start-ups in the world. These new generation entrepreneurs are diving into high-value technology solutions, marking an era of hyper growth inflection point; with growth, capital and acquisitions all coming together creating a perfect storm.Multiple sources of funding driving growth of Indian start-ups more