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  1. 1. Persistent- Presentation for implementationof ICT in MSMEMay 30, 2012
  2. 2. Sections • About Persistent and SPH Consultancy • Overview of our approach • Our vision and analysis of Key Drivers • Choice of Sectors and Clusters • About Pharma and Chemicals sector • About Textiles and Clothing sector • Project Plan • Team composition • Timelines • Why Persistent • Cloud competency • Our analysis of MSME needs • Paxpro offering from Persistent – Cross-Industry process automation • Backup slides (More details in each section)© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 2
  3. 3. Forward-looking and Cautionary Statements Certain statements in this Presentation concerning our future growth prospects are forward-looking statements, which involve a number of risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in such forward-looking statements. The risks and uncertainties relating to these statements include, but are not limited to, risks and uncertainties regarding fluctuations in earnings, our ability to manage growth, intense competition in IT services including those factors which may affect our cost advantage, our revenues highly dependent on customers located in the United States, wage increases in India, our ability to attract and retain highly skilled professionals, time and cost overruns on fixed-price, fixed- time frame contracts, client concentration, restrictions on immigration, industry segment concentration, our ability to manage our international operations, reduced demand for technology in our key focus areas, disruptions in telecommunication networks or system failures, our ability to successfully complete and integrate potential acquisitions, liability for damages on our service contracts, concentration of major operations of the Company in one city, withdrawal of governmental fiscal incentives, political instability and regional conflicts, legal restrictions on raising capital or acquiring companies outside India, and unauthorized use of our intellectual property and general economic conditions affecting our industry. The Company may, from time to time, make additional written and oral forward-looking statements, including statements contained in the Companys filings with the Stock Exchanges and our reports to shareholders. The Company does not undertake to update any forward-looking statements that may be made from time to time by or on behalf of the Company.© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 3
  4. 4. Persistent at a Glance Performance Persistent’s Product Engineering Expertise • Publically listed company (BSE&NSE:PERSISTENT) • 20+ years in business • 49% CAGR for last 5 years • 300+ customers • 3000+ product releases in last 5 years • 5800+ Headcount Our Specialties • Cutting edge Technologies • Technology depth Investors • Long-term client relationships • Focus on product and solution development© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 4
  5. 5. Industry AwardsReceived Samsung’s ‘Most Preferred Outsourcing Bloomberg UTV’s CXO Awards 2010 - The IT Persistent Systems won NASSCOM Innovation award for Business Partner’ award for 2009 from Samsung Chapter‘ in ‘India’s Emerging Software Company 2008, in the Market Facing - Business Process and Electronics India Software Operations (SISO). of the Year’ category Business Model category Awarded the ‘ICAI Awards for Excellence in Financial Reporting’ for Ranked Amongst the Fastest Growing Companies the year ended March 31, 2009. Adjudged commendable entry in the on Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2009. category ‘Information Technology, Communication and Entertainment enterprises’ Asia’s Best Employer Brand Award 2010-11 for the category ‘Managing Health at Workplace’ for the West RegionPersistent gets Excellence in Corporate Governance Award from ICSI 2010 Ranked 9th in The Fast50 Reader Favorites 2008 Persistent’s PaxPro Packaging Solution Honored with Consumer Goods Technology Readers’ Choice Survey Award for the fourth successive year Red Herring 100 Global 2007 Dun & Bradstreet India’s Top IT Companies 2008 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 5
  6. 6. Our Global Customers Product Development Research Labs SPSS Long Term Partnerships and Relationships © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 6
  7. 7. Persistent has invested in emerging technologies Saas and Cloud Telecom and Mobility Computing Competencies, proven expertise and Thought Leadership Ready/Tested solution blueprints and integration patterns Web 2.0 and EnterpriseBusiness Intelligence Developing Collaboration& Analytics ecosystem of cloud and product partners Aligned internal processes © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 7
  8. 8. SPH Consultancy and eServices; Focus on SME Ecosystem Extensive B2G, B2B & SME-SME level Interactions• Working on a unique attempt to showcase the SME ecosystem, in the Indian context to the international audience through multiple formats • SENET (eGov ’05 Golden Icon award) • ICSI (The oldest SME association) • 2 Lakh pages of Value added information compiled • Training Programs for 20 Asian countries for SME govt. officials for last 6 years • Knowledge Workshops on focus themes • CDROMs and elearning Courses • SME Knowledge Handbook• Initiatives cover • Advocacy • Technology Transfer • Knowledge Sharing • Marketing Support USABF & Goldman Sach Awards© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 8
  9. 9. SPH consultancy: Execution partner for SENET © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd SIDO Online Portal 9
  10. 10. SPH Consultancy: SME learning series © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd ICT for SMEs CD-ROM 10
  11. 11. SME CEO Knowledge SeriesDr. APJ Kalam with Ms. D. Bhasin, Editor of the SME Knowledge handbook © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 11
  13. 13. Technology and Domain experts join hands… PERSISTENT SPHCES Technology Strategy and Support services Software Development for MSME and Tourism Sector Cloud Computing ICT Based Service Delivery Knowledge creation, dissemination And management for MSMEs Deep Technology focus Golden Icon award for for more than 20 years SENET project Product development in Kiosks, CDROMs, Films SaaS and Cloud for ministry. Global partnerships with Workshops, thought major cloud vendors leadership in 20 Asian countries© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 13
  14. 14. Our analysis - Definition of Competitiveness • Competitiveness is a comparative concept of the ability and performance of a firm, sub-sector or country to sell and supply goods and/or services in a given market. • Competitiveness can be at three levels: • Firm Level • Industry Level • Nation Level • During the course of this project we are focusing on INDUSTRY and CLUSTER level competitiveness • Measures of competitiveness at the industry level include • overall profitability of the nations firms in the industry, • the nations trade balance in the industry, • the balance of outbound and inbound foreign direct investment, and direct measures of cost and quality at the industry level.May 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 14 14
  15. 15. Porter’s Five Forces Model Porter’s five forces model is the most important model used to describe and assess the competitiveness for firms as well as for the Industry.© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 15
  16. 16. Competitiveness in Business 1. Competitiveness has three aspects: • Innovation • Productivity Innovation Sustainability • Sustainability 2. Strategic Innovation can be realized through • Leadership Management Productivity • Innovative Business Models • Research and Development for New Products, Technology, Processes or Substitutes 3. The information technology investment has a strong impact on performance of the firm • Whenever there are greater environmental changes, more proactive company strategy and closer CEO/CIO ties, there is a strong positive impact on financial performance. • IT can complement diversification strategy investment in the firm. • IT forms a major part of corporate investment and the management of IT. Computer technology significantly complements the strategy of unrelated diversification. • Research utilizing entropy measures of diversification from data compiled firm to industries – chemical and electronics provide empirical support to this hypothesis.May 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 16 16
  17. 17. Role of ICT in Manufacturing Competitiveness VALUE CREATION ACROSS THE ENTIRE VALUE CHAIN INNOVATION FLEXIBILITY Knowledge Mgmnt. CNC/Robotics R&D SCM Learning/Training ICT Packaging IP Localization Human Capital Market Linkages PRODUCTIVITY JIT - ERP Quality & Std. Lean Mfr. Inventory Financial Mgmnt.May 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 17 17
  18. 18. Sectors Chosen Pharma and Chemicals Textiles and Accessories S.No. State Location/City S.No State Location/City 1 Haryana Panipat 1 M.P. Indore 2 H.P. Baddi 2 Tamil Nadu New Tirupur 3 Orissa Cuttack 3 Maharashtra Solapur 4 AP Hyderabad 4 Rajasthan Jaipur / Sanganer 5 Tamil Kancheepuram 5 U.P. Noida Nadu 6 Gujarat Ahmadabad 6 Karnataka Hubli© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 18
  19. 19. Pharmaceutical and Chemical Clusters • The Indian Pharmaceutical Industry a highly organized sector is estimated to be worth US$ 10 bn, growing at an annual rate of 9%. • It is in the front rank of India’s science-based industries with wide ranging capabilities in the complex field of drug manufacture and technology. It ranks very high, in terms of technology, quality and range of medicines mfr’d. • The Indian pharmaceutical industry is one of the world’s largest and most developed, ranking 4th in volume terms and 13th in value terms. • The Indian domestic pharmaceutical market size is estimated at Rs. 43,300 crore in 2008 & accounts for an estimated 8% of global production and 2% of world markets in pharmaceuticals. • The sector is highly fragmented with more than 20,000 registered units. About 250 are large units and 8000 SSI Units remaining in Medium category • It has expanded drastically in the last two decades. • Meets around 70% of the countrys demand for bulk drugs, chemicals, tablets drug intermediates, pharma formulations, capsules, orals & injectibles.May 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 19 19
  20. 20. Pharmaceutical and Chemical ClustersMay 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 20 20
  21. 21. Pharmaceutical and Chemical ClustersMay 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 21 21
  22. 22. Pharmaceutical and Chemical Clusters Key to Manufacturing Competitiveness in Pharmaceutical Sector The main Drivers of Competitiveness are: • Skilled Manpower • Lower production and research costs • Stable regulatory environment • Large number of US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) certified plants Key ICT areas to support Competitiveness at Cluster Level • Contract Research and Manufacturing Services (CRAMS) • R&D & Patent Databases • Lab Management • Supply Chain Management • Order Processing and Tracking (mobile/web) • Knowledge base on Pharmaceuticals • Elearning and Knowledge managementMay 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 22 22
  23. 23. Textile and Accessories • Indian Textile and Clothing (T&C) industry is currently one of the largest and most important industries in the Indian economy in terms of output, foreign exchange earnings and employment. • The industry contributes 4% to the country’s GDP and 14% to the country’s industrial production. • Indian T&C market is estimated at Rs. 2,00,000 crore (US $ 40 billion) in 2007-08. • The textiles industry accounts for around 14% of total exports from India. The textile exports during 2007-08 amounted to US $ 20 billion. • The textile imports during the same period stood at Rs 13,400 crore. • Indian T&C industry is also the second largest employment generating industry, after agriculture with direct employment of 33.17 million people (as of March 2006). • The value chain comprises of spinning, weaving, knitting and garmenting. • It uses different materials such as cotton, jute, and wool, silk, man-made and synthetic fibers.May 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 23 23
  24. 24. Textile and Accessories • Industry Value Chain • Market StructureMay 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 24 24
  25. 25. Textile and Accessories The structure of Indian Textile Industry Key Success Factors The key success factors influencing the T&C industry are: • Increasing productivity by leveraging technology • Investing in Common IT Infrastructure • Investing in brand building • Focusing on international markets other than EU and US • Focusing on innovations • Achieving scaleMay 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 25 25
  26. 26. Textile and Accessories Work FlowMay 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 26 26
  27. 27. Textile and Accessories - Process Criticality • Sales and Marketing: The textile vertical is greatly export-oriented hence can leverage ICT in increasing export and business development activities. • Customer Relationship Management: Customers are large in numbers and quick and transparent flow of information between client and firms is critical for the success of firms. • Design: The design requirements from clients are transmitted via ICT and textile designs have short product lifecycles hence there is a need to be quick in keeping up with the changing requirements of customers. Due to such short fashion cycles areas of merchandise management become critical. • HRM and Payroll: Compared to other verticals the textile sector is more labor intensive and hence this area becomes more critical. Firms in the textile vertical are significantly behind firms in other sectors in deriving Benefits from ICT adoption.May 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 27 27
  28. 28. Textile and Accessories - Quadrant AnalysisMay 30, 2012 © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Persistent Systems Ltd. Confidential 28 28
  29. 29. PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 29
  30. 30. Scope of WorkTwo Major ActivitiesActivity No. I• To sensitize the MSMEs in the identified cluster towards the benefits from the adoption of ICT tools in their production chain and business process and also assessing the existing IT level among the MSME units.• Preparation of feasibility report on existing IT penetration in the selected MSME cluster.Activity No. 2• Diagnostic mapping of selected MSME clusters in terms of hardware and software interventions with a roadmap of activities including ICT infrastructure, time line and budget estimates etc.• To prepare cluster specific DPR for the selected cluster as per the scheme guidelines.• Providing support for formation of SPVs in identified clusters so that the cluster members can undertake the responsibility of operation & maintenance of respective e-RC after the intervention period.© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 30
  31. 31. Our Methodology Step I • Time Line – 2 Weeks • Deliverables – Project Plan • Selection of Sector and Cluster Prioritization • Select the Sector Say I and IV for first round • Select the Priority of the Clusters amongst the 6 based on proximity of the location • Preparation of Project Plan with timelines • IEC Material & Questionnaire for the Field Survey Step II - Activity No. I • Deliverables – Sensitization workshop, Feasibility Report • Time Line – 6 Weeks Step II - Activity No. II • Deliverables – Draft DPR, Final DPR • Time Line – 12 Weeks© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 31
  32. 32. Activities to be Undertaken • Activity No. I • Conducting Awareness Programme for sensitization of MSMEs towards ICT Adoption for • Production Chain Efficiency and Productivity • Improvement in Processes • Improved communications within Value chain • As-Is-Analysis of ICT penetration in the Cluster • To-Be-Analysis of ICT Requirements for the Cluster • GAP Analysis • Preparation of feasibility report TIME FRAME: 6 Weeks per sector + 2 Weeks© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 32
  33. 33. Activities to be Undertaken• Activity No. II • Preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) of selected MSME clusters in terms of • Existing IT level and possible up-gradation approach • Roadmap of activities including ICT infrastructure, time line &budget estimates etc. • Suggested hard interventions including e-readiness Centre (e-RC) • Requirement of networking and connectivity in the cluster for ICT adoption • Specifications for the hardware procurement for e-RC including cost estimates & list of likely vendors. • Suggested software solutions for deployment in the cluster (COTS/Customized solution/locally developed cluster/sector based software solutions) • Suggested solutions for e-commerce and e-catalogues for the MSMEs • Suggestion on Construction of Web-portal for the cluster and its provision for linkage with National Portal. • Specify Requirements of Skill Development on IT among the employees of MSME units including proposal to use e-RC for this purpose. • Specification and cost estimates for the items including likely suppliers/vendors • Providing support for formation of SPVs in identified clusters so that the cluster members can undertake the responsibility of operation & maintenance of respective e-RC after the intervention period. TIME FRAME: 8 Weeks + 4 Weeks per cluster © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 33
  34. 34. PROJECT PLAN FOR ACTIVITY I S.No Task Location WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Design of 1 Project Plan BO Background Work 2 on Cluster Processes BO IEC Material & 3 Questionnaire Preparation BO Selection of Representative 4 Firms of Cluster BO+CA 5 Sensitization Workshop C1 & C4 C2 & C5 C3 & C6 6 Field Survey - AS-IS C1 & C4 C2 & C5 C3 & C6 7 Feasibility Report Writing BO Draft 8 Feasibility Report BO Final © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 34
  35. 35. PROJECT PLAN FOR ACTIVITY 2a © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 35
  36. 36. PROJECT PLAN FOR ACTIVITY 2b © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 36
  37. 37. Project Team Composition S.No Position Qty. Activity & Tasks 1 Project Director 2 Project management 2 Domain Expert 1 Cluster domain 3 Senior IT Consultant 1 Senior Consultants for Technology 4 Business Analyst 2 Field activities for Survey and DPR 5 Project Co-ordinator 1 Co-ordinating the entire Project 6 Report Writer 2 Report Writing & documentation 7 Data Entry Operators 2 Data Management and Entry 8 Misc. Staff 2 Misc.© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 37
  38. 38. Project Governance Model© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 38
  39. 39. WHY PERSISTENT?© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 39
  40. 40. Why Persistent? • Well established Cloud Practice • Several vendors with SaaS and Cloud development • Major involvements: • In-house incubation for MSMEs • 1M/1M initiative by Sramana Mitra – We are key partners. • Paxpro – our IPR for cross industry value chain • Focus on three major areas required for MSMEs • Products in: • BPM and Internal processes, connectors for ERP environments • Industry specific verticals in education, Travel and tourism etc. • Products in External focus products in marketing, email, website publishing, collaborations • Products in cross industry collaborations • Focus on research lab interactions and services across the world© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 40
  41. 41. A critical need today: Workflows across industry andavailable on mobile Persistent’s PaxPro Solution centralizes, integrates, and orchestrates critical processes involving multiple systems and personnel PaxPro Integrated Collaboration Tool © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 41
  42. 42. PaxPro – Collaborative BPM PlatformCapabilities Safe, secure, subscription service accessed through the web and Mobile • Delivered on via the Cloud as a Software-as-a-Services Solution • Simple, intuitive easy to use, fast implementation • Web browser and internet connection Works seamlessly on Mac and Windows Supports regulatory (e.g. 21 CFR part 11) requirements with a complete audit history © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 42
  43. 43. Collaboration portal for large enterprises / Organizations Real-timeCollaboration People Bottom-up Search / Interaction Capabilities profile and Knowledge Innovation Connections Sharing Enablement Forums Social Tagging Blogging Crawlers Presence Voting Social profiles Micro blog Search Online chat Ranking Communities Portal Tag cloud Notifications Comments Connections Wikis Idea management Conferencing © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 43
  44. 44. PERSISTENT RESEARCH LAB OVERVIEW© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 44
  45. 45. Technical & Scientific Collaborations – ForeignInstitutes Stanford’s National Indiana University Washington University Accelerator (SLAC): SciDB project• Lifescience Informatics • working with the • an open source Data R&D center since 2007 Bioinformatics Core at Management and • Tissue Banking Siteman Cancer Center Analytics Software • Data analysis for nearly the past eight System for scientific years. Started with 2 research, since 2009 • Integromics Linking people team in 2001 • Astronomy Data Drug Ontology and Pathways • Promoter Analysis Pipeline Processing Pipeline • Clinical Knowledge Hub • Automated Gene Annotation Server • Postgres performance improvement • Mutation Profiling Pipeline • caBIG™ Initiative© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 45
  46. 46. Technical & Scientific Collaborations – IndianInstitutesInter-University Centre for Astronomy and National Institute of Virology Astrophysics,(IUCAA)• India - Virtual Observatory • VirusLIMS: Secure web-based information• supported by a grant by Ministry of management system, designed to efficiently Communication and Information manage field and laboratory information for Technology, India. clinical and laboratory testing across the• VOPlot, VOMegaPlot – interactive institute and related centers visualization of astronomy data• GMRT and IGO Proposal Management System• Various tools Institute of Genomics and Indian Institute of Science National Chemical Integrative Biology Education and Research Laboratory• Integrated Systems-based • High-throughput/Next • predictive computer Model of Skin generation sequencing models of organisms analysis© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 46
  47. 47. IP@Persistent Cloud Burst (Target Cloud Assessment Tool – Storage Simulator – To Large Scale Load on Testing as a Service To assess & categorize emulate 1GB drive to 1+ Cloud i.e. using Cloud application suitability to TB drive load, performance Infrastructure be migrate on Cloud testing) Cloud Viewmore – Semantic Analysis Intelligent email Software search solution BI Automate Brand Enterprise Search Asset Lifecycle Engine Connector Management SolutionCollaboration © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 47
  48. 48. IP@Persistent Identity/ Access Microsoft Connector Management SAP Connector SoftwareConnectors An online portal for QA/QC tool for end device drivers for Tool for the ChemLMS – of line testing of various management of Laboratory samples Pharma/Clinical cancer biospecimens Management System InstrumentsLife Science STAMP Framework Skype Integration IDE for iPhone and for rapid app tool iPad development for Java enabled phones Telecom/ Mobility © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 48
  49. 49. CLOUD EXPERTISE© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 49
  50. 50. Why Persistent for Cloud?• Early investors in Cloud; Developed first application in early 2005 Cloud Migration Tool• 600+ consultants strong Cloud practice• 30+ Cloud implementations; 1000+ man years experience Cloud Assessment• Custom IP and Solution accelerators for faster time to market Tool• Expertise in Security, Multi-tenancy, Auto-scaling & Provisioning Visual Platform as Service © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 50
  51. 51. Persistent: Diverse Experience across Multiple Platforms• UAT on Cloud for Content • Service Desk on • E-Governance Framework Publisher • Health Care Application • Framework for working with• Grid Setup on cloud for • Media Relationship large data sets Leading Bioinformatics ISV Management Application • Federation toolkits• Backup on Cloud Utility for Telecom service provider © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 51
  52. 52. Persistent: End to End Cloud Implementation expertiseTechnology Assessment Transition to Cloudand implementation  Environment set upPlan Technology  Service Package creation Sales enablement help Assessment  Image creation Gap analysis Transition Heavy Lifting  Entitlement and Customer technology to Cloud provisioning mapping and application Steady state evaluation  User migration operations Cloud migration  User training roadmap Steady state operations  AdministrationHeavy lifting  Monitoring Service Support  Billing Lifecycle Management  Reporting Custom Applications  Standardization of Infrastructure Tools Integration-  Application migration helpdesk, ticketing  UI customization Automation  Process Automation  Custom Images © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 52
  53. 53. Backup Slides
  54. 54. About Us “We help provide Value Added Information to deliver quality services” Vision  Using Information Technology for the improvement of the processes in the Service Delivery Mission  To provide Value Added eServices to its focus target customers, either directly or through our associates at the right time and cost. Key Target Clientele  SME Ecosystem - Government, SMEs, SME Associations, Education, NGOs, Developmental agencies  Travel, Tourism and Hospitality© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 54
  55. 55. Areas of Operations “Services, Promotions & Hospitality”CONTENT CONSULTANCY Research  It Strategy Development  Hospitality & Travel Delivery  Marketing Alliances Maintenance  Healthcare Archival  SMEs Areas of OperationsPROMOTIONS E-SERVICES Sales Promotions  E-Learning Web  E-Travel Ezine & Newsletter  E-Hospitality Networking  E-Publishing Events  E-Marketing© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 55
  56. 56. Partial List of Clients Diversified Customer Profiles  Work in SME and Tourism Ecosystems  Individual Professionals  Doctors  Chartered Accountants  Health & Beauty Care Specialists  Government  E-Governance Portal & e-Promotion tools, SIDO, Ministry of SSI  MP Treasury Website, Government of Madhya Pradesh  Municipal Corporation of Delhi Website & CD  Workshops & Learning initiatives on e-Governance  SME Businesses  Ratneesh Enterprises  Leisure Hotels  Trade Wings Group  ICSI & AIMO (Trade Associations)  INWENT© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 57
  57. 57. SME Ecosystem Extensive B2G, B2B & SME-SME level Interactions• Working on a unique attempt to showcase the SME ecosystem, in the Indian context to the international audience through multiple formats • SENET (eGov ’05 Golden Icon award) • ICSI (The oldest SME association) • 2 Lakh pages of Value added information compiled • Training Programs for 20 Asian countries for SME govt. officials for last 6 years • Knowledge Workshops on focus themes • CDROMs and elearning Courses • SME Knowledge Handbook• Initiatives cover • Advocacy • Technology Transfer • Knowledge Sharing • Marketing Support USABF & Goldman Sach Awards© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 58
  58. 58. MSME PROJECT DELIVERY© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 59
  59. 59. Knowledge Creation and Dissemination “Value added Content in Web and Rich Media Format” Foresight Systems Ltd.  SME Learning Series  Astrology Portal  10 CD-ROMs  CD-ROM “Marketing Management for  16 posters & Publicity Material SMEs” with Cover, Label, Value added content & Creatives SIDO, DC(SSI), Ministry of Small Scale Industries  CD-ROM “Competitiveness Strategies and  SIDO Online (Golden Icon Award 2005)  Know SSI CD-ROM with Touch screen Kiosk Technology Access & Adoption by SMEs ”  Web Cast for 2002 & 2003 with Cover, Label, Value added content &  Cluster Development Programme Sub Portal with Creatives UNIDO  Consultant for Digital film on Machine Tools  CD-ROM “ICT for SMEs” with Cover, Label, Value added content & Ratneesh Enterprises Creatives  CD-ROM with Cover, Label, Value added content & Creatives  CDROM and Training for INWENT on  Website & Multi Language Support “Harnessing the power of Internet” © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 60
  60. 60. © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd ASTROLOGY PORTAL & CD-ROMS 61
  61. 61. Promotion of an SME Globally© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd ROYAL SAFFRON WEBSITE 62
  62. 62. Videos & CD Presentations© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd ROYAL SAFFRON CD-ROM & WEBSITE 63
  63. 63. © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd SIDO Online Portal 64
  64. 64. Everything About Small Scale Industry in India  The portal meets several objectives:  Brings together diverse SME-related groups - Entrepreneurs - existing & Potential, Associations, Buyers, Sellers, Technocrats, Training Cells, Technology Developers and Academia.  Resource for policy makers on technology, infrastructure development, finances, HRD etc. © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd SIDO Online Portal 65
  65. 65. © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd SIDO Online Portal Brochure 66
  66. 66. Interactive Events/Newsletter for SSI Complete Pre-event, actual event & Post- event handling Celebrity Chat Programs Web Cast Bulletin Board Newsletter Online Presentations© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd Chat/Newsletter at SIDO Online 67
  67. 67. SIDO, DC(SSI)© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd KNOW SSI CD-ROM 68
  68. 68. © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd KNOW SSI CD-ROM 69
  69. 69. Clusters Sub Portal on SIDO Online  Clusters  Value added content for Indian SME Clusters in conjunction with UNIDO and SIDO  Interactive map and search  Cluster E-news  Cluster Reports  CDA Training Programs  Cluster Events  Bibliography© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd SUB PORTAL ON CLUSTERS 70
  70. 70. SSI Related Digital FilmsAnimation Film  Consultant to Animation film on SSI Machine Tools sector  4 Minutes animation film  Developed fully in digital medium using 3D elements and digital video  Showcased at SSI DayOther Films Machine Tools Film Overview of SSI Auto Ancillary Handtools Kangaroo – A Product Company © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd SSI DIGITAL FILMS 71
  71. 71. SME Learning Series© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd ICT for SMEs CD-ROM 72
  72. 72. SME CEO Knowledge Series© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd SME CEO Knowledge Series 73
  73. 73. SME CEO Knowledge Series Dr. APJ Kalam Launching the SME CEO Knowledge Handbook© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 74
  74. 74. SME CEO Knowledge SeriesDr. APJ Kalam with Ms. D. Bhasin, Editor of the SME Knowledge handbook © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 75
  75. 75. Capacity Building Workshops for MSME Government Officials Colombo Plan • 6 Weeks on “E-Marketing Strategies” • 6 Weeks on “Best Practices and Strategic Creation for SMEs” • 4 Weeks on “Marketing Management for SMEs” • 4 Weeks on “Competitiveness through Technology Adoption for SMEs” • 2 Weeks on “Competitiveness through Finance for SMEs” SME International Conferences & Seminars • ASEAN Countries • BIMSTEC Countries • ELITEX • South East Asian Countries © 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 76
  76. 76. Capacity Building Workshops for MSME Ecosystem Business Women Associations Conducted in 2010 for INWENT under CHANCE project • 5 countries participants • 2 Days in Hyderabad • Harnessing the power of Internet SME Associations • Conducted Technology Sessions at Global MSME Summit 2009 under FICCI & CISME • Many for Women Associations and Institutes like FIWE, IBA, etc. • Tech Sessions for AIMO© 2011 Persistent Systems Ltd 77