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  • 1. Beyond the Hype - Cloud Adoption in Southeast Asia 2011- Cloud Priorities and Drivers for CIOs and IT managers in 2011 Venu Reddy VP, AMI-Partners Asia Pacific
  • 2. Business Environment in Southeast Asia Companies in Southeast Asia remain strongly growth focused GDP Growth Forecast Revenue Growth Outlook 2011 Expected average Revenue Growth: North America 7.0% 9.7% Western Europe 2.5% 6.9% Southeast Asia 8.6% 10.9% BRIC 11.6% 13.3%Source: IMF, World Economic Outlook, April 2011 Source: AMI-Partners Business Survey among enterprises in Southeast Asia
  • 3. Business Priorities in Southeast Asia Business Drivers and Business Priorities of SEA OrganizationsDrive Sustainable Business Growth beyond regional boundaries• Take advantage of Asia as the world’s growth hub• Leverage growth opportunities beyond regional and establish global footprintIncrease level of innovation• Drive innovation that enables greater mindshare and market-share regionally and globallyReduce Time To Market• Bring breakthrough innovations to market to increase global competitiveness• Constantly reduce time to reach ROI targets for product and service innovationsEstablish customer-centric processes and structures• Establish agility to increase responsiveness towards to increasingly demanding customer needs• Grow service capabilities to increase customer satisfactionImprove ability to execute• Support organizational development with structures, tools, processes to constantly improve productivity and customer experience
  • 4. IT Priorities in South East Asia Strategic Priorities for CIOs and IT ManagersIT Organization as Business Enabler for future growth• Establish IT Organization as a trusted advisor in an environment of constantly changing requirementsSupport internationalization and Mobility• Workforce is increasingly mobile and applications will be accessed from any-where, any-time, any-device and in a secure mannerOrchestrate Business Innovation• Ensure process flexibility to foster organizational innovation• Focus resource contribution to innovation- and value creating priorities rather than maintenance and break-fix activitiesDevelop future-proof agile IT strategy• Increase utilization of technology investments (servers, storage, connectivity, etc.) to ensure higher ROI through virtualization, cloud technologies and outsourcing• Ensure interoperability of applications and devicesBring Consumer IT Experience to the Enterprise• Use technology to establish a unique user experience and that supports an increasing number of heterogeneous devices and applications
  • 5. Cloud Maturity Levels in SEA 20% Adopting Target Segments Key Business Drivers Singapore  Companies that need its staff to focus on more business critical solutions 15%  Companies with strong customer interaction needs Growth-OrientedAdoption 10%  Companies that need to grow in a highly competitive environment Malaysia Indonesia Industry Profile 5% Thailand  Segments with partners that need to use standardized and best of breed solutions Vietnam Philippines Geographic Profile 0%  Companies with distributed offices and need access to consistent solutions and processes 5% 7% 9% 11% 13% 15% Growth
  • 6. Cloud Realities – Technology Adoption Cloud Adoption Cycle in Southeast Asia 40% 41% 43% 38% 39% 35% 32% 31% 32% 28% 22% 23% 18% 16% 15% 13% 11% 9% 9% 5% 5% 3% SaaS Already Deployment IaaS Deployed Planned next 12%age of Companies using Cloud technologies months
  • 7. 3 Waves of Approaching the Cloud Organizations and countries are spread over the 3 waves Expand the Enterprise based on their technology strategy and business mindset • High quality connectivity accessed by all types of devices Connect the Enterprise • Agile business processes with agile IT to ensure faster route to • High quality physical & mobile market Build the Infrastructure connectivity • Rules based profiles and • Applications that are open to • Need to have a connected information access organization access from multiple locations • Building stable server & storage • Focus on utilization level and ROI of infrastructure Key Drivers infra • Disparate application landscape • Have started virtualization  Fast evolving market and • Minimal investment in open strong need for innovative infrastructure/applications Key Drivers solutions  Strong competition that is  Technology that has evolved Key Drivers driving revenue and to meet business needs Increase utilization of profitability pressure  Need to interoperate infrastructure  Customers that are aware of between staff and customers Drive operational efficiency their needs and have high seamlessly of IT service expectations Control cost of building the IT  Skilled staff that is focused on infrastructure productivity
  • 8. 2011 Cloud Priorities Key Cloud Priorities Rationale for Adopting Cloud SolutionsPrivate vs. Public Clouds Enhancement of existing application is key driver for Hybrid cloud will dominate the landscape as data adopting cloud solutions in SEA security concerns continue Risk-averse approach towards public clouds is emerging to start with low-risk workloads and Replace Enhance Replace Implement applications existing existing outsourced newSaaS Priorities Apps Apps Apps Functions Focus is on applications that enhance existing SG solutions Integration capabilities and requirements are key MY decision criteria before moving processes into the TH cloud Priority will be to drive frontline applications IN ahead of the othersIaaS Priorities VI Increase utilization levels of existing investments Increase capacity requirements PHI Limit project based cost by renting/leveraging vendor PaaS solutionsManaged Services Priorities >= 50% 35 – 49% 20 – 34% 10-19% <10% Out-task specific technology management to of all companies external partners to free up internal IT resources for more value-generating activities
  • 9. Defining your Cloud Strategy Guiding Principles for building a Cloud Strategy and setting the right priorities Do not defocus on alignment with your business priorities Define priorities where cloud and virtualization technologies can help you to better meet your objectives Prioritize use cases and workloads and establish realistic value expectations in terms of  Improve Profitability and support business growth  Service and process quality improvement  Increase internal innovation potential Define clear milestones and measures for success for every cloud engagement Segment project portfolio into  Core: Mission-critical services and processes that allow competitive differentiation  Context: Organizational-unique services with limited differentiation potential  Commoditized services: Pure support services with no differentiation potential Start small, think big and understand integration requirements  pilot cloud projects and develop a strategic cloud roadmap  Define best-fit cloud approach to decide for private or public cloud approach Focus on right-sourcing not “cloud-sourcing”
  • 10. Thank You Venu Reddy +65 6220-5535vreddy@ami-partners.com www.ami-partners.com