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  • --------------------------------------------------------------- Owner: Communications Last update: July 2009 --------------------------------------------------------------- Purpose To introduce Symphony and the relationship is with Teleca Message Symphony Technology group (STG) has built an industry leading group of enterprise software and services companies: STG currently consists of eight Group companies with combined revenue of $ 2.5 billion and 15,000 employees. STG Group Companies include Aldata, Information Resources, Inc., Intentia AB (merged with Lawson), Netik, Symphony Marketing Solutions, Symphony Services, Symphony-Metreo and Teleca. Symphony have announced the intention to buy out Teleca from the Stockholm stock exchange. On 31 October 2008, CayTel, a wholly owned subsidiary of Symphony Technology Group announced a cash offer for Teleca. Supporting notes STG places great value in the work carried out by Teleca's management and employees and intends to continue to protect Teleca’s strong relationship with its employees and customers. STG considers itself as a partner in Teleca’s development process. STG’s intention is to remain a long term main owner in the Company and on a continuous basis be involved in Teleca’s restructuring process in order for Teleca to become a company with strong growth
  • --------------------------------------------------------------- Owner: Communications Last update: July 2009 --------------------------------------------------------------- Purpose To introduce Symphony and the relationship is with Teleca Message Symphony Technology group (STG) has built an industry leading group of enterprise software and services companies: STG currently consists of eight Group companies with combined revenue of $ 2.5 billion and 15,000 employees. STG Group Companies include Aldata, Information Resources, Inc., Intentia AB (merged with Lawson), Netik, Symphony Marketing Solutions, Symphony Services, Symphony-Metreo and Teleca. Symphony have announced the intention to buy out Teleca from the Stockholm stock exchange. On 31 October 2008, CayTel, a wholly owned subsidiary of Symphony Technology Group announced a cash offer for Teleca. Supporting notes STG places great value in the work carried out by Teleca's management and employees and intends to continue to protect Teleca’s strong relationship with its employees and customers. STG considers itself as a partner in Teleca’s development process. STG’s intention is to remain a long term main owner in the Company and on a continuous basis be involved in Teleca’s restructuring process in order for Teleca to become a company with strong growth
  • --------------------------------------------------------------- Owner: Communications Last update: July 2009 --------------------------------------------------------------- Purpose To introduce Symphony and the relationship is with Teleca Message Symphony Technology group (STG) has built an industry leading group of enterprise software and services companies: STG currently consists of eight Group companies with combined revenue of $ 2.5 billion and 15,000 employees. STG Group Companies include Aldata, Information Resources, Inc., Intentia AB (merged with Lawson), Netik, Symphony Marketing Solutions, Symphony Services, Symphony-Metreo and Teleca. Symphony have announced the intention to buy out Teleca from the Stockholm stock exchange. On 31 October 2008, CayTel, a wholly owned subsidiary of Symphony Technology Group announced a cash offer for Teleca. Supporting notes STG places great value in the work carried out by Teleca's management and employees and intends to continue to protect Teleca’s strong relationship with its employees and customers. STG considers itself as a partner in Teleca’s development process. STG’s intention is to remain a long term main owner in the Company and on a continuous basis be involved in Teleca’s restructuring process in order for Teleca to become a company with strong growth
  • --------------------------------------------------------------- Owner: Communications Last update: July 2009 --------------------------------------------------------------- Purpose To explain the STG way of working in transforming Teleca to success by interactively guiding through necessary business transformation and change Message CRM transformation (Customer relationship management) -Deeper customer partnerships -Tailored customer delivery process Cost structure transformation -Enhanced ability to deliver offshore results -Offerings rationalization Services/Solutions transformation -Strengthen go-to-market and services/solutions execution -Invest in innovation and competence Organizational transformation -Strong, entrepreneurial leadership is required -Centralization of certain functions Client value transformation -Six sigma business processes -Client driven product & technology roadmaps
  • --------------------------------------------------------------- Owner: Communications Last update: July 2009 --------------------------------------------------------------- Purpose To introduce Symphony and the relationship is with Teleca Message Symphony Technology group (STG) has built an industry leading group of enterprise software and services companies: STG currently consists of eight Group companies with combined revenue of $ 2.5 billion and 15,000 employees. STG Group Companies include Aldata, Information Resources, Inc., Intentia AB (merged with Lawson), Netik, Symphony Marketing Solutions, Symphony Services, Symphony-Metreo and Teleca. Symphony have announced the intention to buy out Teleca from the Stockholm stock exchange. On 31 October 2008, CayTel, a wholly owned subsidiary of Symphony Technology Group announced a cash offer for Teleca. Supporting notes STG places great value in the work carried out by Teleca's management and employees and intends to continue to protect Teleca’s strong relationship with its employees and customers. STG considers itself as a partner in Teleca’s development process. STG’s intention is to remain a long term main owner in the Company and on a continuous basis be involved in Teleca’s restructuring process in order for Teleca to become a company with strong growth
  • --------------------------------------------------------------- Owner: Communications Last update: July 2009 --------------------------------------------------------------- Purpose To introduce Symphony and the relationship is with Teleca Message Symphony Technology group (STG) has built an industry leading group of enterprise software and services companies: STG currently consists of eight Group companies with combined revenue of $ 2.5 billion and 15,000 employees. STG Group Companies include Aldata, Information Resources, Inc., Intentia AB (merged with Lawson), Netik, Symphony Marketing Solutions, Symphony Services, Symphony-Metreo and Teleca. Symphony have announced the intention to buy out Teleca from the Stockholm stock exchange. On 31 October 2008, CayTel, a wholly owned subsidiary of Symphony Technology Group announced a cash offer for Teleca. Supporting notes STG places great value in the work carried out by Teleca's management and employees and intends to continue to protect Teleca’s strong relationship with its employees and customers. STG considers itself as a partner in Teleca’s development process. STG’s intention is to remain a long term main owner in the Company and on a continuous basis be involved in Teleca’s restructuring process in order for Teleca to become a company with strong growth
  • --------------------------------------------------------------- Owner: Communications Last update: July 2009 --------------------------------------------------------------- Purpose To introduce Symphony and the relationship is with Teleca Message Symphony Technology group (STG) has built an industry leading group of enterprise software and services companies: STG currently consists of eight Group companies with combined revenue of $ 2.5 billion and 15,000 employees. STG Group Companies include Aldata, Information Resources, Inc., Intentia AB (merged with Lawson), Netik, Symphony Marketing Solutions, Symphony Services, Symphony-Metreo and Teleca. Symphony have announced the intention to buy out Teleca from the Stockholm stock exchange. On 31 October 2008, CayTel, a wholly owned subsidiary of Symphony Technology Group announced a cash offer for Teleca. Supporting notes STG places great value in the work carried out by Teleca's management and employees and intends to continue to protect Teleca’s strong relationship with its employees and customers. STG considers itself as a partner in Teleca’s development process. STG’s intention is to remain a long term main owner in the Company and on a continuous basis be involved in Teleca’s restructuring process in order for Teleca to become a company with strong growth
  • Mdc2010 Edwin

    1. 1. Changing Paradigms in the Mobile Application space Edwin Moses
    2. 2. Changing Market Dynamics
    3. 3. The Evolution of The Device Source: Ovum Estimates, Morgan Stanley Research A Perk A Lifestyle A Lifestyle Enabler The Demand Side <ul><li>Disproportionate Growth Rates </li></ul><ul><li>Redefinition of The Smartphone </li></ul><ul><li>Expanding Definition of Mobile Device- Multi Screen </li></ul>The Supply Side
    4. 4. The Evolution of It’s Usage What Gives Me Revenue & Profits What I Do With My Device Source: comScore MobiLens 9/09 Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index – Mobile Data Traffic Forecast, 2008-2013 2/09 The Supply Side The Demand Side
    5. 5. Moving from “software enabled” Hardware business to A “hardware enabled” Software business Value Time The Evolution of The Business Paradigm The Mobile World is Rapidly Shifting to Where Value Comes through Software & Cloud Services 2010 “ Voice – pre-data age” (ie… 6-7 years ago) Approximate Today’s Value Chain Future Value Chain (Evolving!)
    6. 6. The Evolution of The Players WHO WILL CONTROL THE SPACE
    7. 7. WHAT WILL STAY … WHAT WILL DIE! The Evolution of The Platforms
    8. 8. Implications For Us!
    9. 9. Some Key Implications <ul><li>The Good News ! </li></ul><ul><li>The Mobile Apps Space is for Real ! </li></ul><ul><li>Growth Market ! </li></ul><ul><li>Enabling Technologies Exist! </li></ul><ul><li>Community Is Force Mutiplier ! </li></ul><ul><li>The Not So Good News ! </li></ul><ul><li>Convergence Needs Us to Think Beyond ! </li></ul><ul><li>While Elephants Dance….. </li></ul><ul><li>Crowded Market Place </li></ul><ul><li>Monetization Models Unclear! </li></ul>
    10. 10. Some Things Do Not Change… <ul><li>The Key Questions! </li></ul><ul><li>Who is my Customer ? </li></ul><ul><li>What is My Value Proposition? </li></ul><ul><li>What is my Differentiation? </li></ul><ul><li>What is Business Model? </li></ul><ul><li>What is my Distribution Channel? </li></ul><ul><li>What is my Sustainable Competitive Advantage? </li></ul>
    11. 11. Some Things To Keep In Focus… <ul><li>Recognizing a trend is somewhat easier than how to profit from it </li></ul><ul><li>In the past most of the money from big trends were made indirectly! </li></ul><ul><li>Technology First, Inventions Second, Needs Last! </li></ul><ul><li>Timing is everything! </li></ul><ul><li>Complexity is compelling….Simplicity is Power! </li></ul><ul><li>The P&L is still a relevant measure of success! </li></ul><ul><li>Strategy is Vital! </li></ul><ul><li>It’s a Win-Win World ! </li></ul><ul><li>Focus on the Customer! </li></ul>
    12. 12. Thank You Mobile Developer Conference by MoMoB http://momob.in

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