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  • Business Transformation and Innovative Business Models Srinath N MD & CEO, Tata Communications NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit 09 JUN 2008
  • Tata Communications: Vision NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit Emerging Markets Converged IP Solutions Managed Services INDIA, ASIA incl CHINA, SOUTH AFRICA New WORLD of Communications To deliver a new world of communications to advance the reach and leadership of our customers India’s Gateway To the World
  • Transformation Story NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit Monopoly ILD Provider ILD (89%); Others (11%) Wholesale Voice, Wholesale & Enterprise Data, Retail Broadband VSNL in 2002 Tata Comm in 2008 Carriers; Retail (Dial-up) Customers Carriers, Large Enterprises, Mobile Operators, Broadband Consumers India-Centric Play; negligible global operations Global Infrastructure, Global Customers Revenues: $1.6 bn Market Cap: $1.2 bn Revenues: ~$2.0* bn Market Cap: >$3.5 bn *FY07 Lines of Business Reach Financials Customers
  • A Transformation in the midst of adversity NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit
  • Recovery and Transformation Process NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit Revenue Enhancement in Existing Businesses
    • Creation of Enterprise Business Unit
    • Expansion of VPN networks, Data Centers
    • Implementation of ATM and MPLS networks
    • Launch of Voice Calling Cards
    Improving Competitiveness of the Company
    • Focus on Customer Service
    • Balance Sheet Restructuring
    • Business process re-engineering
    • Redeployment / Sale of assets & recovery of debts
    Investments in New Businesses - Domestic Investments in New Businesses - International
    • Entry into NLD Voice and Data Services
    • Entry into new Corporate Data offerings – vertical solutions for BPO, IT, BFSI, Media…
    • Managed Services
    • Broadband Services, incl. WiFi and Content
    • Entry into Sri Lanka and Nepal
    • Expansion into USA, UK, Singapore
    • New submarine cable to Singapore
    • Acquisitions of TGN and Teleglobe
    • Entry into South Africa
  • Transforming our Enterprise Business NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit India Leadership India Enabled A New World
    • International & Internet bandwidth led
    • Expansion into NPLC, IP / MPLS & Ethernet
    • Global MPLS & Ethernet
    • Targeted fiber investments
    • Expansion of Managed infrastructure, collaboration & security
    • India + Asia + South Africa leadership
    • Global MPLS
    • Data center expansion
    • Introduction of Global Ethernet & managed services
    • WiMAX-led last mile access in India
    2005-06 2007-08 2009-10 2003-04
  • Organization Change NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit Transformation Levers Leadership Processes & Tools People Culture
  • People Transformation NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit > 5,000 employees (net addition of ~4000) 20% outside India (from 0% in 2002) 37 nationalities, 36 years age (1,43 in 2002) 80% less than 5 years (< 20% in 2002) > 30% are customer facing (from < 1% in 2002)
  • Transformation Journey Summarized NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit 2002 2003 2004-06 2007- ILD Leadership Enterprise Services NLD Tyco Global Network Teleglobe South Africa Mobile VAS Global Enterprise IP Transit Global Voice Global Connectivity Managed Services Emerging Markets Global Challenger Competitive Private Sector Monopoly Public Sector International Expansion
  • Transformation into a New Outsourcing Model NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit
    • Tata Communications Experience
    • Transformation incl. integration of 6 acquisitions in 3 yrs, including TGN and Teleglobe
    • Off-shoring of 400 jobs from Canada & USA to India
    • Creation of Global Delivery Centers in Pune and Chennai
    • TL9001 Quality and BS7799 Information Security certifications
    Tata Communications Transformation Services
    • The Global Telco Challenges
    • Increased competition and tariff pressures
    • Increased costs & insufficient ops support
    • Delayed / poor customer service processes
    • Wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Comms
    • Focused on outsourcing services to other carriers (including “competitors”)
    • Major Service Areas:
      • Network Engineering (Planning & Design)
      • Service Fulfilment
      • Network Operations
    • Customer Benefits:
      • Productivity improvements (zero backlogs, quick turnaround)
      • New business
      • Higher accuracy levels in SLAs
    • From Zero to 650 employees in 18 mos; planned addition in FY09: >1500
  • NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit Audio Web Conferencing The Next World for the BPO Industry Cost Arbitrage Value- added services Business Knowledge Process improvement Business Transformation Processes & Tools – Full services
  • What is our role as a Service Provider ? NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit Offshoring Multi-Channel Multimedia IP Migration Speech Recognition Globalization Remote Agents Out-Tasking Competitive Requirements VcIPLC mVoIP SIP Trunking Hosted PBX Touch Tone IVR Speech Recognition / Text to Speech IVR Enhanced Call Routing Hosted Contact Center
  • Thank you NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit
  • NASSCOM BPO Strategy Summit http://newworldready.com/