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IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
IT Industry in India
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IT Industry in India

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  • 1. IT Industry in India (A brief walkthrough) Presented by Ali Sadhik Shaik [email_address]
  • 2. Agenda
    • Introduction and Focus
    • Background and Growth
    • IT Statistics
    • India Advantage
    • IT Clusters
    • Top Players
    • Conclusion
  • 3. Introduction and Focus
  • 4. Industry Growth
    • Shri Rajiv Gandhi Regime- 1984
    • “ Unix Country”- 1986
    • GE’s partnership- 1989
    • STP’s Concept- 1990
    • Foreign Investments Policy-1991
    • Y2K
  • 5.
    • Skill shortage
    • Lower costs
    • Legacy Migration
    • Enterprise wide IT
    • Y2K deadlines
    • New capabilities
    • ERPs
    • Faster time to market
    • Bus Continuity
    • Lower cost
    • Business alignment
    • Maximize leverage
    • Innovation
    • Scale
    70’s to early 90’s 94-98 99-2001 Mainstream today Scale & Complexity Value to Customer Offshore IT Companies
    • Skilled workforce
    • Cost advantage
    • Legacy platform skills
    • Wider range skills
    • Legacy platform skills
    • Strong execution frameworks
    • Committed delivery
    • Quality excellence
    • R&D investments
    • Business Continuity
    • Project Management
    • Stable companies
    • Investments into Domain & Consulting skills
    • World class Infrastructure
    • Domain / consulting expertise
    • Innovation
    • New Technologies
    • Project Mgmt. Excellence
    • End-to-End Services
    • World Class Companies
    • World class Infrastructure
    Integration New and Legacy Large Scale Application Dev. Legacy Maintenance What next Total Outsourcing Marching ahead and meeting changing market requirements Medium Large Application Projects ERP/CRM e-Business IT Strategy BPO / ITO Y2K Large Scale Maintenance Staff Augmentation Execution Excellence Customer Satisfaction Cost Competitiveness Change Management GDM
  • 6. IT Statistics
  • 7. IT Statistics Below table gives the statistical data of IT industry. *Source: NASSCOM. (USD billion) 2003-‘04 2004-‘05 2005-‘06 2006-‘07 2007-‘08 (projected) Export 12.8 17.7 23.6 31.4 ~ 40 Domestic market 3.9 4.8 6 8.2 ~ 10 Revenue 16.7 22.5 29.6 39.6 50 % contribution to national GDP 3.5 4.1 4.8 5.2 7 % annual growth in revenue 28.2 33.7 31 30 ~ 27
  • 8. IT Statistics
    • Exporting – 95 countries
    • North America – 63%
    • Europe – 26%
    • Japan & others – 11%
    • Estimation of 2.2 million jobs and US $ 4-5 billion of FDI by 2008
    • Estimation of US $ 60-70 billion IT revenue by 2010
  • 9. Share of on-shore & off-shore Off-shore On-shore 4 3 % 5 5 % 6 4 % 7 4 % 5 7 % 4 5 % 3 6 % 2 9 % 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 4 2 0 0 6 % of revenue
  • 10. FDI in IT-ITES CAGR-178.6%
  • 11. India Advantage
  • 12. India Advantage
  • 13. India Advantage Cost Advantage
  • 14. India Advantage
    • Vast access to skill base
    • Strong Quality orientation
    • Availability of high quality infrastructure
    • Government Policies
    • Mature industry eco-system
    • Venture capital and private equity
    • Prestigious educational institutes
  • 15. IT Clusters
  • 16. IT Clusters
  • 17. IT Clusters
    • Bangalore
    • -- Local government support
    • -- Infrastructure
    • -- Availability of Knowledge
    • -- Favorable environment for R & D
    • -- First mover advantage
    • Hyderabad
    • -- Entrepreneurial visionary Leader
    • Kolkata
    • -- Entrepreneurial Leader
  • 18. Major players
    • Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.
      • Ranked 1 in 2005 by NASSCOM
      • Incorporated - 1968
      • Revenues - USD 2.97 Bn
      • 71,000 employees
    • Wipro Technologies Ltd.
      • Ranked 3 in 2005 by NASSCOM
      • Incorporated - 1997
      • Revenues - USD 1.81 Bn
      • over 50,000 employees
    • Infosys Technologies Ltd.
      • Ranked 2 in 2005 by NASSCOM
      • Incorporated - 1991
      • Revenues - USD 2.04 Bn
      • 52,700 employees
    • Satyam Computer Services Ltd.
      • Ranked 4 in 2005 by NASSCOM
      • Incorporated - 1987
      • Revenues - USD 0.72 Bn
      • 24,798 employees
  • 19. India: The R&D Hub for MNCs
  • 20. Conclusion
  • 21. Reference:
    • Sarala V.Nagala. (2006). India's Story of Success. Stanford Journal of International Relations.
    • K Ramachandran, (2004).ISB. Formation of Information Technology clusters: How late movers follow models different from early movers presented at NSF workshop Bangalore.
    • T.N. Srinivasan, Samuel C. Park, Jr. Professor of Economics, Yale University. (2005, September). Information Technology enabled services and India’s growth prospect.
    • Sankaran Krishna. (2005). India: Globalisation and IT Development. South Asian Journal.
    • Ashok Jhunjhunwala (2003). Can Information Technology Help Transform India? IIT Madras.
    • KPMG (2006, January) Report on Indian IT Sector.
    • www.ibef.org –The India Brand Equity Foundation.
    • www.nasscom.org – National Association of Software and Service Companies.
    • Government of India Ministry of Communications & Information Technology Department of Information Technology (2003) . "Task force on meeting the Human Resources Challenge for IT and IT enabled Services".

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