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India Is It

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Indian IT Growing and proactively meeting changing market requirements
    • 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 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
  • 3. Indian IT Industry:- Current Analysis “India IT Industry grows by 31% in 2006, projected to cross 100 B USD in 2011” Source:- IDC 16.50% 132494 116914.25 102034.75 87801.75 74079.75 61652.25 India IT/ ITeS Industry Size 15.40% 80069.5 71166.5 62521.75 54526.75 46535.5 39148.5 IT/ IteS Exports Revenue 18.40% 52424.5 45747.75 39513.25 33275 27544.25 22503.5 Domestic IT/ ITeS Market 27.30% 10009.75 8704.25 7439.5 5857.75 4339.25 2992.5 Domestic ITeS Market 20.90% 5282.25 4447.5 3717.5 3079.75 2520.25 2046 Domestic Packaged Software 20.00% 12993.25 10958.5 9172.75 7629.75 6332.5 5230 Domestic IT Services 14.60% 24139.5 21637.5 19183.5 16707.75 14352.5 12235 Domestic Hardware & Others CAGR07-12 2012(Million USD) 2011(Million USD) 2010(Million USD) 2009(Million USD) 2008(Million USD) 2007(Million USD)   India IT/ ITeS Industry Size, 2007-12
  • 4. Some More Statistics
      • Strong optimism of the industry to achieve its aspired target of USD 60 billion in exports by 2010
      • Domestic Market Growing @ of 22%
      • Exports Growing@34%
      • Growth of Software Product Companies
    FY07 Vertical market exposure for industry exports Knowledge Professionals employed in the Indian IT-BPO sector
  • 5. Hyderabad Bangalore Pune, Mumbai, Nagpur Noida Delhi Gurgaon Chandigarh Chennai Major IT Hubs Of India
  • 6. Indian IT Industry
  • 7.
    • Proven Expertise in software development
    • English proficiency
    • Government Support
    • Cost advantage
    • Strong tertiary education
    • Process quality focus
    • Skilled workforce
    • Expertise in new technologies
    • Reasonable technical innovations
    • Reverse brain drain
    • Existing long term relationships
    • Leverage relationships in West to access APAC/Middle East markets
    • Indian domestic-market growth
  • 8.
    • Positioning & Brand management
    • Internal competition for resources
    • Shortage of Skilled resources
      • The National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) said in a recent report the outsourcing industry was expected to face a shortage of 262,000 professionals by 2012.
    • Over-promise / Under-deliver
    • Inadequate data protection laws
    • Resume fudging and Limited use of National Skill Registry
    • Services still limited to ADM, Slow penetration in Software R&D, High end outsourcing work
  • 9.
    • Huge Untapped Market for “ Indian Software Product Companies”
      • According to Software Magazine 500, Total worldwide revenues in 2006 for companies in the Software 500 list were $394 billion
      • UK is expected to double its software product market by 2010 to £6.44bn
    • Indian Software Product Industry on Take Off Path
      • Graduating to “ Made In India” Brand
    • Growth of Indian Domestic Market
      • Supposed to be $30 Billion By 2010
      • Growth of IT lead investment in Retail, BFSI and Travel
    • Enough room for expanding into Non-US Geography
      • China
      • Europe
    • Disruption in Technology and Delivery models, present huge growth opportunity
      • Web2.0
      • Product Development 2.0
      • Travel 5.0
      • Deploying Product in SaaS mode
      • Government regulation
    • India's share in the global software and services industry is around 3%, provides the Indian IT sector with huge potential to grow going forward.
  • 10.
    • Rising Wages & Staff Attrition
      • 20 – 40% attrition rate
    • Rise of China, Croatia, Romania and other lower cost destinations nations
    • Inflating Cost Of Infrastructure
    • US Slowdown and slow penetration of Indian Companies into Non-US and Europe market
    • Appreciating Rupee Vs Dollar and other Currency
  • 11. 10 Mega-Trends for IT in 2008
    • Lower Worldwide IT Spending
    • IT Vendors will ‘Double Down” on their investments in the emerging markets
    • The IT market will jump feet-first into “everything as a service”
    • “ Application Appliances” will go mainstream
    • A Flood of Web gadgets extends the mobile Internet
    • All mobile network operators will join the Open Internet
    • Social networking will drive “Eureka 2.0” software and sites
    • Key IT players will morph themselves
    • The buzz around Green IT will turn out to be more than hype
    • Key companies may get acquired
    • Tremendous Opportunity and Threats for Indian IT Industry and Services need to evolve in Line with Trends for 2008
  • 12. Indian IT key predictions for 2008: 
    • According to IDC, 2008 would be beginning of Growth Phase 2.0
    • 2008 will set the stage for Growth Phase 2.0
      • The India domestic IT market will transform significantly with the existing IT infrastructure evolving both in technology terms and depth of penetration.
    • vendors reach out to new geographies (beyond BRIC) for growth, India would continue to remain the centre of attraction.
    • Virtualization will become mainstream in 2008 as it gains wide-scale adoption
    • Uptime, availability and performance management of infrastructure and applications to be at the core of innovation.
    • The Digital Experience for the Indian consumer to hit the next level. Fixed-line broadband to emerge as a dominant trend in 2008 .
    • Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) will signal the onset of a new battle in the Indian telecom sector
    • Web 2.0 market in India to take off in 2008, shakeouts and a possible string of consolidations to follow.
    • Security: Heightened business risk perceptions and security concerns will drive increased investments into a range of enterprise-wide and client-centric devices and applications.
    • IT Solutions (hardware + software + services) delivery will witness change in 2008 with pockets of success and growing awareness setting the stage for wider market adoption. Fast-maturing Small and Medium Business (SMB) segment to be a key driver.
    • Worldwide IT spending growth will decline, with a significant U.S. market downside risk
  • 13. Thank You

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