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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".