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  • INDSIGHTS SIGNATURE INDUSTRY PRIMERS:INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY(A VISUAL GUIDE)1.0INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYSTANDARD EDITIONCopyright © 2013 INDSIGHTS. All rights reserved. LESASASASASASAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLSAMPLESAMPLSAMPLESAMSAMPLESAMPLESAMPLEAMPLEORMSAMPLEAMPLEGGECHSAMPLEAMPLERSRSYSAMPLESSAMPLESSAMPLESSAMPLES
  • SELECTEDREFERENCESADDITIONALRESOURCESCOMMENTS /FEEDBACKCONCEPT STORYLINE PARTICIPANTSSPATIALSTRUCTUREDEFININGINFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY(IT)DEFININGINFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY(IT) INDUSTRYSTORY SO FARPRESENT STATE Market Size Top TechCompanies (Top 25) Richest PeopleIn IT (Top 20)WAVES & ERASVALUE CHAIN Various Roles Market Size &Major PlayersCOMPETITIONMAPS The Tech Battlefield High Level Positioning Role Mapping New Platform WarsCUSTOMERSEGMENTS Verticals & Horizontals Major PlayersS-CURVES TechnologyImprovement Market AdoptionGLOBALPOSITIONING IT Hubs AroundThe World Twin Hubs ofInnovation &Entrepreneurship Corporate HQs(Top 25 corporations) R&D Labs(Top 10 corporations) Production Facilities(Top 10 corporations) CS Universities(Top 20)INTEGRATEDFULFILLMENT Software HardwareWORLDWIDEIT TRADEKEYCORPORATIONSPERSONALITIES Entrepreneurs& Leaders Thought Leaders InventorsNAVIGATION BUTTONto return to this Contents pagefrom another pageINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY1.0 Copyright © 2013 INDSIGHTS. All rights reserved.CONTENTSSAMPLAMSAPLPLETESAMPLSAPLEPLSAMPLSAPLEPLSAMPLSAPLEPLSAMPLSAPLEPLSASAMPLENCESASAMPLELINESAMPLESAMPLERESAMPLESAMPESAMPLEAMMPT)T)DEFDEFININSAMPLEet Sit STop Tecop TecComComSAMPLE&&ayersayersMPETITPETITPSPSTTSAMPLEofn &&eneureneuSAMPLEdersdersSAMPLESAMPLESAMPLEWarsarsRRSAMPLEiesiesions)ionsSAMPLESAMPLESAMPLEESESnologyologyprovemprovemSAMPLENTNTreeSAMPLE/SAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESS
  • VALUECHAIN VARIOUS ROLES MARKET SIZE & MAJOR PLAYERSINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY1.0 Copyright © 2013 INDSIGHTS. All rights reserved.STRUCTURESAMPLVPLPLEUCSAMPLUPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLPLEACHPLEENSAMPLESAMPLESAMPLEVAR MSAMPLEMAJOSAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESS
  • INFRASTRUCTURESOFTWARE VENDORInfrastructure SoftwareOPERATINGSYSTEM VENDOROperating SystemHARDWAREVENDORComputing Systems& EquipmentUPSTREAM“INFRASTRUCTURE”MIDSTREAM“APPLICATION”CUSTOMER“SEGMENTS”DOWNSTREAM“DELIVERY” APPSTOREMobile AppsINTERNETPORTALOnlineServicesRETAILER /ENTERPRISERESELLERBoxed ProductsCLOUDCOMPUTINGPROVIDERCloud ServicesSYSTEMSINTEGRATOREnterpriseSolutionsOUTSOURCEDPROVIDEROutsourcedServicesAPPLICATION VENDORPre-developed ApplicationsAPPLICATION DEVELOPERCustom ApplicationsConsumerBusiness & GovernmentENTERPRISE-CLASS VENDORSBundlingLUCRATIVEMODERATECOMMODITIZEDNOTES:• Each companycan participate inmultiple roles inthe Value Chain.Example:HP and IBM areeach involved inat least 7 roles.INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY1.0 Copyright © 2013 INDSIGHTS. All rights reserved.STRUCTURE VALUE CHAIN  VARIOUS ROLESMPLSAMPPLEUCSAMPLSAMPLEPL VSASAAMPLSAMPLEPLSAMPLAMPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLSSSAMPLESAMPLESSAMMPLESASAMSAMPLEORRememMPSAMPLESASSAMPRE VRE Vcture Scture SSAMPLEDSTR“APPSAMPLEPLICATLICATPre-devee-deveSASAMPLESAMPLEESAMPSAMPLEEVELOEVELOationsionsSASAMPLESAMPLENSTRVSAMPLESSAMPLEININAMPLESAMPLEEMPLSAAMPLESAMPLEEPLPLEPEMPLEAMRRPLESAMPLLEAMPLESAMAMPLESAMerSAMPLEAMSAMPLESASAMPLESSSAMMPLESSSAMMPLEss &SSSAMMPLESS
  • WAVES& ERASINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY1.0 Copyright © 2013 INDSIGHTS. All rights reserved.STORYLINESAMPLWPLPLERYSAMPLVPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLPLEWA&PLESASSAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESS
  • IncreasingFunctionsofITTimeDigitizationHardwareSoftware,ComputingPowerBandwidth,StorageScreenInteractiveCollaborativeWork ProductivityData ProcessingComputation1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020sADOPTION OFTECHNOLOGIES DRIVENBY COMMODITIZATION OFKEY RESOURCESImaginaryPoint ofCommoditizationCheap, abundantMainframe Era (1965-‐1985)4ErasofComputing1Computation Wave Data Processing Wave Work Productivity Wave Collaborative Wave Interactive Wave Digitization WavePC Era: (1980-‐2000)Web Era: (1995-‐2015)Device Era: (2005-‐2025)Expensive, scarce1995200520102015VACUUMTUBE(1906)ENVIACELECTRONICCOMPUTER(1946)MILITARYAPPLICATIONSTRANSISTOR(1946)IBMSYSTEM/360MAINFRAME(1964)BANKINGOPERATIONSINTEGRATEDCIRCUIT(1959)&MICROPROCESSOR(1971)IBMPC(1981)SPREADSHEET&WORDPROCESSORINTERNETPROTOCOLS(1974)HAYESMODEM(1977)EMAILWORLDWIDEWEB(1989)NETSCAPE(1994)ONLINESHOPPINGMP3(1990s)IPOD(2001)DIGITALMUSIC6WavesofIT1LegendBREAK THROUGH INVENTION (YEAR)BREAK THROUGH PRODUCT (YEAR)EARLY KILLER APPLICATION= Period of Critical Mass Adoption1 = Adapted from Robert Grossman,The Structure of Digital Computing,Open Data Press LLC, 2012INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY1.0 Copyright © 2013 INDSIGHTS. All rights reserved.WAVES & ERAS ( 1 / 2 )STORYLINESAMPLPLERYSAMPLPLEPL( 1 /SAMPLPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLSAMPLMPSAMPLEonSComputinComputinEPC EMPMP95-‐20150SASAMPLEPLESAMPLEIncreasncreasLESAMPLEMP4)4)SAMPLEWIDEWEWIDEWEE(1994)(199PPPLESSAMPLSAMPLSAMPLEmoditizatoditizatSAMPLEMPSSSAMPLESAMPWININMICMICIBMPCIBMPCSPREADSPREAMPSAMPMPLEAMPMPPLESAMMPLEE55SAMPLELEofITofIT1MMMPLESAMMPLESASAMMPLESAMPLESAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESS
  • S-CURVES TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENT MARKET ADOPTIONINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY1.0 Copyright © 2013 INDSIGHTS. All rights reserved.STRUCTURESAMPLSPLPLEUCSAMPLUPLEPLSAMPLEPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLSAMPLECECSAMPLERVOVESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESS
  • DOMINANTDESIGNEMERGES*0Early MarketsMainstream MarketsLate MarketLegendPlatform Technologya platform innovation that enables many new typesof innovations and applications to be viable or build on top ofProduct Technologya standalone innovation’s utility is limited to its intended product scopeJames Utterback,Mastering the Dynamics of Innovatio (1994)A Dominant Design in a product class is, by definition,the one that wins the allegiance of the marketplace,the one that competitors and innovators must adhereto if they hope to command significant market following.84%16%100%MarketAdoption100%60804020LAGGARDSThe Skeptics16MainframeInkjet Printer2Email ClientMP3 Player2Feature Phone2.5%%LATE MAJORITYThe Conservatives34LaptopEnterprise ServerDesktop OSRelational DatabasePCOffice Productivity SoftwareFeature Phone?Internet Search?Digital Camera#Hard Disk DriveEnterprise Resource PlanningInternet PaymentVoIP%INNOVATORSThe TechnologyEnthusiasts2.5of marketInternet of ThingsComputing Glasses3D PrintingAugmented RealityFlexible DisplaysWireless PowerVideo SearchDigital Currency%EARLYADOPTERSThe Visionaries13.5Cloud ComputingCrowdsourcingGesture ControlSpeech RecognitionNFC PaymentDigital Rights ManagementSolid State Drive%EARLYMAJORITYThe Pragmatists34SmartphoneTabletSocial NetworkingLocation-‐based ServiceseBook ReaderRFIDOnline VideoDigital Mapping%This is an adaptation of Geoffrey Moore’s Technology Adoption LifeCycle (Crossing the Chasm). The cumulative S-curve version is used,instead of the more common Bell curve version. Based on anecdotalobservations and not empirical analysis; hence, any technology’sposition on the S-curve is strictly subjective, not objective.Referring to single-purpose technologiesand products (e.g. inkjet printer, digitalcamera), rather than the convergenceversions (all-in-one printer, smartphones)Time50%INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY1.0 Copyright © 2013 INDSIGHTS. All rights reserved.STRUCTURE S-CURVES  MARKET ADOPTION1 2SAMPLPLEUCSAMPLrey Moorey MooThe cuThe clPLEPLEARSAMPLPLEPLSAM2SAMPLologiesologiesigitaligitaPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLSAMPLESAEdoo00LELEEESAMPLELERLYADOPThe V1MPLEESAMPMPPSAMPLEEMPLEMPSAMPLELEMarMarAMPAMSAMSAMPLEMPLEGSpeNSAMPLESicedeol MappingLESAMPLELEJORtives%AMPLEAMSAMAMMSAMPLEESASAMPLEESSPLEESAMPLEPLEANLEEESAMPLELESAMPLELESAMPLEAMiniPLELESAMPLPLEMPLEAMoSAMPLEAMSSSAMPLEAMAMSSmeeSAMPLEJames Utames UtMasterMasterifiSSSAMPLEicicSSSAMPLELELESSSAMPLELELEtiliSS
  • INTEGRATEDFULFILLMENT SOFTWARE HARDWAREINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY1.0 Copyright © 2013 INDSIGHTS. All rights reserved.SPATIALSAMPLIPLPLETIASAMPLEPLEPLSAMPLAPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLSAMPLPLEPLPLENTFUPLEGRILPLEEMESAMPLETSAMPLESOF HSAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESSSAMPLESS
  • Silicon Valley, USAGlobal HQMultiple Operational Sites(Development Centers,Data Centers, etc) in USALondon, UKR&D LabEuropean HQDublin, IrelandSoftware Development CenterEuropean Data CenterBangalore, IndiaSoftware Development CenterBeijing, ChinaR&D LabHong KongNorth Asia / China HQ& Data CentreSao Paulo, BrazilSouth America HQ & Data CentreJakarta, IndonesiaLocal OfficeSingaporeSouth Asia / Australia HQ& Data CentreManila, PhilippinesOperations & TechnicalSupport CenterDubai, UAEMiddle East / Africa HQTel Aviv, IsraelR&D LabPRODUCTDEVELOPMENTGlobal HQ incorporates R&Dinnovations into new product. Itdesigns the overall architectureand parcels out parts of thesystem to its SoftwareDevelopment Centers.R&D INITIATIVESGlobal HQ (Silicon Valley)manages the R&D efforts atits 3 international labs in TelAviv, London and Beijing.IMPLEMENTATIONFor the new client in Jakarta,the implementation team isassembled from the SingaporeHQ, solution partners andlocal office to work on clientproject. Further systemcustomization support isprovided remotely fromBangalore Development Center.SYSTEMDEPLOYMENTThe customized system isdeployed, tested andcommissioned at the vendor’sData Center in Singapore.Once system goes “live”, itsmanagement is transferred tothe Philippines team.TECHNICAL SUPPORTThe first line of technical support isprovided by the 24x7 Local SupportCenter in Jakarta, who may visit thecustomer site. Unresolved problem isfirst escalated to the Operations &Technical Support Center in Philippines(which manages the system hosted inSingapore) and eventually to theGlobal Support in United States.PRODUCT LAUNCHThe Product is announced atthe Software Vendor’s AnnualConference in Silicon Valley. Itis then launched at separatePartner Events by the fiveRegional HQs. Internalmarketing teams kick off B2Bmarketing and partnerdevelopment efforts.551222 4666111633HubsNodes33333CUSTOMERLOCATION(Jakarta)4This scenario simulates the integratedfulfillment process of an EnterpriseSoftware Vendor from conception topost-delivery support.INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY1.0 Copyright © 2013 INDSIGHTS. All rights reserved.SPATIAL INTEGRATED FULFILLMENT  SOFTWARESAMPLSilicSilicGASAPLETIASAMPLazilzilQ & Data C& DataPLEPLEILLSAMPLTel AvivTel AviR&D LR&DPLEPLSAMPLustralia HQstraliaPLEPLSAMPLPhilippinhilippinns & Techns & TecnternterPLEPLSAMPLESAMSAMHubsHubsNSASSAMPLESAMPLESASAMPLESASAMPLESAAMPLSSSSAMPLEMPLEPPLEELESAMPLELELALESAMPLEPLESAMSLELEELESAMPLESAMAMAMAMMAMSAMSASAMPAMPLESPLLELEPLSASASALESSSASASASAMPLSMPPLEEPLSAMPLESASASASASSAMPLESSSAMPLEASASAAMAMSAMSMPLESASASAMPLMPSLELEEMPLELLSASSSAMPLEAMLPLPEAMAMAMAMAMSAMSAMSA6AMSSSSAMSSA1AMPLElloftwapost-dSAMESAAMPLESAMPLEPLEPLEMPLEESMMSAMPLELESAMSAMPLESASAMAMPLESSSAMPLEAMLERegmSSSAMAMPLErksystemon supporemotelyalore DevSSSAMPLEAMPLoSS
  • THIS IS A SAMPLING OFTHE ACTUAL PRODUCT.TO PURCHASE, PLEASE VISITWWW.INDSIGHTS.COM ORCLICK HERE:INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY1.0 Copyright © 2013 INDSIGHTS. All rights reserved.TO PURCHASE