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On Site & Off Site It Business Models

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A presentation on outsourcing in India and world. What are the likely trends etc..

A presentation on outsourcing in India and world. What are the likely trends etc..

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  • 1. BY:CJ ON-SITE & OFF-SITE IT BUSINESS MODELS 06/05/09
  • 2. Contents 06/05/09 ON-SITE AND OFF-SITE MODEL 1 2 RATIONALE OF TWO MODELS 2 EMERGING MODEL- GLOBAL DELIVERY MODEL 3
  • 3. Contents 06/05/09
        • ADVANTAGES OF INDIA AS AN OFF–SHORE DESTINATION
    5 6
        • EMERGING COMPETITION TO INDIA AS AN OFF–SHORE DESTINATION
    5 3 4
        • STATISTICS OF IT & BPO ACTIVITIES WORLD-WIDE
    4
  • 4. ON-SITE AND OFF-SITE MODEL 06/05/09 ON-SITE MODEL OFF-SITE MODEL
  • 5. RATIONALE OF TWO MODELS
    • ON-SITE MODEL:
      • Prior to dot-com boom (1996-97)
      • Lack of Standards for communication. Also Communication being expensive and unreliable.
        • Eg; Long distance call being $2. Today it is virtually free
      • Lack of network infrastructure.
      • Comfort level between vendor and client.
    06/05/09
  • 6. RATIONALE OF TWO MODELS (..contd)
    • OFF-SITE MODEL:
      • After Dot-com boom.
      • Had proper Communication Standards and excellent network infrastructure.
      • Dot-com Bust (after 2000)
        • Meant more cost-cuttings.
        • Solution was to outsource/off-shore.
      • Enabled delivering equally good quality at lower cost.
    06/05/09
  • 7. EMERGING MODEL- GLOBAL DELIVERY MODEL 06/05/09
  • 8. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO TEAMS EMERGING MODEL- 06/05/09
  • 9. INDIAN IT SERVICES OFFSHORE PENETRATION – CURRENT AND FORECAST (BILLIONS) 06/05/09 Source: Pacific Crest Securities, “Industry Overview,” February 27, 2007 (based on NASSCOM-McKinsey Study 2005)
  • 10. AN OVERVIEW OF OFFSHORE MARKET 06/05/09
  • 11. AN OVERVIEW OF OFFSHORE MARKET(..contd) 06/05/09
  • 12. ADVANTAGES OF INDIA AS AN OFF–SHORE DESTINATION
    • THE INDIA STORY:
      • Perhaps the only country to have benefitted from the dot-com burst.
      • Second Buyer.
      • IIT and other premier education institutes.
      • Y2K
    06/05/09
  • 13. THE INDIA ADVANTAGE 06/05/09
  • 14. EMERGING COMPETITION TO INDIA AS AN OFF–SHORE DESTINATION 06/05/09 INDIA CHINA PHILLIPINES RUSSIA MEXICO
  • 15. EMERGING COMPETITION TO INDIA AS AN OFF–SHORE DESTINATION 06/05/09 TransCrit – Offshore IT Consulting-2003
  • 16. BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • Friedman, Thomas L. The World is Flat . New York: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 2005.
    • Case: “vCUSTOMER: ESTABLISHING A GLOBAL FOOTPRINT”.
    • “ What Makes Offshore IT Different?“ Transcrit 24 August 2008 <http:// transcrit.com>.
    06/05/09
  • 17. BIBLIOGRAPHY (..contd)
    • “ The Art of Globalization-Opportunities and challenges in an evolving market.“ neoIT 24 August 2008 <http:// neoit.com>.
    • “ Global delivery model.&quot; 24 August 2008 offshore-softwaredevelopment <http://www.offshore-softwaredevelopment.com/global-delivery-model.asp>.
    06/05/09
  • 18. Thank You ! 06/05/09

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