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Knowledge Services It Is About Intellectual Arbitrage Whats The Future Egidio Edge Zarrella Global Partner It Advisory Practice Kpmg 1204199989988578 4 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Knowledge Process Outsourcing
  • 2. KPO – Industry Overview
    • KPO, also referred to as “Knowledge Services”. It cuts into the traditional “core competencies” of many organizations.
    • While cost reduction seems to have been the prime motivator of the ITO and BPO waves, “intellectual arbitrage” seems to be the key driver for KPO services.
    • Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) enables clients to unlock their top-line growth by outsourcing their core work to locations that have a highly skilled and relatively cheap talent pool.
    • There is a good mix of both third-party and captive structures in the KPO industry at present. KPMG expects hybrid multi-sourcing models of KPO to emerge in the near future. They will likely consist of captive units managing relationships with third-party KPO providers.
    • Acquiring the necessary skill sets, attracting talent, protecting intellectual property and managing conflicts-of-interest will likely be the major challenges facing the KPO industry over the next three years.
  • 3. KPO – Industry Overview
    • India is currently the leading country providing KPO services. However, other countries have the potential to capture significant KPO market share, by better leveraging the depth and maturity of existing skill sets, and in some cases, their non-English language capabilities.
    • Various sources of market research predict the KPO industry to be worth anywhere between US$10 billion to US$17 billion by the year 2010.
    • Examples of KPO services
      • Equity, Financial, Insurance Research
      • Market Research and Competitive Intelligence and General Business Research
      • Data Analytics, Integration and Management
      • Research and Information Services in HR
      • Intellectual Property, Paralegal Content and Services
      • Engineering and Design Services
      • Animation and Simulation Services
      • Medical Content and Services
  • 4. KPO Services…
    • Newsletters
    • Gap Analysis
    • Competitive Analysis
    • Innovation Search
    • Market Assessment studies
    • Value Chain Analysis
    • Innovation Search
    • Technical Analysis
    • Fundamental Analysis
    • Sector/Company Analysis
    • Company Valuation
    • M & A Analysis
    • Portfolio Analysis
    • Pitch Books
    • New Product Testing
    • Customer Satisfaction
    • Brand Perception
    • Multi-lingual surveys
    • Multi-variate Analysis
    • Patent Drafting
    • IP Landscaping & Asset Management
    • Data Mining
    • Mathematical modeling
    • Customer Segmentation
    • Basket Analysis
    • Churn Analysis
    KPO Business Research Investment Research Market Research Intellectual Property Data Analytics
  • 5. Challenges Faced
    • Key challenges faced by Knowledge Services Outsourcing are:
      • Internal Challenge: Recruiting and Retaining the Right Talent
      • Customer Challenge: Demand for Quality, Data Security and Compliance
      • Competitor Challenge: Other Countries and Global KPOs Operating in India
      • Industry Challenge: Information Infrastructure and Branding
  • 6. What Does The Customer Want
        • A KPO that provides :
        • Necessary expertise and skills
        • Depth of knowledge and understanding
        • Experience in focused areas
        • Customized solutions for the client
        • Flexibility
  • 7. Geographical Footprint of the Financial Services KPO Industry
  • 8. KPO Drivers
  • 9. Future Directions
    • Offshoring strategies are expected to embrace new locations
    • Large number of global banks and insurers are likely to adopt KPO strategies
    • “ Boutique” providers are likely to leverage KPO to create new services and offerings
    • More rigorous regulatory and compliance control will likely be demanded, as KPO providers deliver more complex services
  • 10. The future of KPO…
          • New areas of focus
            • Healthcare / Clinical Research
            • Animation
            • Remote Education
            • SOX Compliance related work
          • Growth Areas
            • Shift towards Value added work
            • Multi-lingual work
            • Mew markets ( Japan, China ) - for IP work
            • SME’s - a large potential-yet to be tapped
          • Challenges
            • Building credibility around expertise / knowledge
            • Delivering highest quality consistently
            • Heavy investment in training people, developing high talent and hence retaining them
            • Complying with standards and regulations
            • Sales and marketing effort-to keep the client interested
  • 11. KPO – in 2010…
    • India to Account for a major chunk of Global KPO Revenues
    • The global KPO market is expected to grow in excess of 30 percent per annum, from USD 1.29 billion in FY 2003 to USD 17 billion
    • Increase in the number of jobs, from 25,000 in 2003 to approximately 250,000
    • Revenues in the Indian service sector are expected to rise by 12 percent per annum
    • KPO in India will contribute around 1.8 percent to the Indian service sector
    350,000 2010 - 2011 106,000 2006 - 2007 34,000 2003 - 2004 No. Of KPO Professionals worldwide Year
  • 12. Thank You kpmg