Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Australian IT Industry Snapshot 2014

1,818 views

Published on

Australian IT Industry Snapshot 2014

Published in: Technology, Business
  • Be the first to comment

Australian IT Industry Snapshot 2014

  1. 1. Australian IT Industry Snapshot: 2014 Australian IT Industry Snapshot – 2014/2015 | 1 Prepared By: Vishal, 1 Feb, 2014
  2. 2. Australian IT Industry – Financial Indicator Australian Industry IT Spend - 2014 Total IT Spend Share of IT Spend in 2014 $ AUD in bn. Software 16% 26.42 (+4%) • Services 10.8 (+5.8%) • Hardware 11.3 (+2.2%) • Software/Product/IP 4.3 (+2.2%) Share of Economy (%) Australian IT Industry Snapshot – 2014/2015 | 2 1.8 Hardware 43% Services 41%
  3. 3. Australian • SWOT provides a static view of Australian IT Industry. • Dynamic (VRIO or Capability based) view is not required at this stage. IT Industry – Static View 2014 • High incomes and strong supporting infrastructure • Strong government support for ICT programmes. • IT-literate population with high levels of PC ownership. • Strong financial sector. • Weakness Strength support high spending. • Australia has a relatively mature domestic market, with relatively slow growth rates. • Sensitive to volatility in the global economy. • The biggest threat is of an economic slowdown in • 2014, leading to a scaling back of IT budgets. • A cheaper Aussie $ would affect consumer and Tablet sales are compensating for decline in desktop and notebook sales. • Govt. cloud computing strategy create • High demand for cloud computing services. • Launch of Win8 to increase potential for for MSFT partners in hybrid (Tab/Lap) mkt. • 2nd Phase of schools project to generate an additional US $800mn. of spending. • Major projects in healthcare and smart cards. 3 Australian IT Industry Snapshot – 2014/2015 | Threats Opportunities opportunity for vendors in the public/SME sector. business demand in the import-dependent IT mkt. • Vendors face threat of parliamentary enquiry into product pricing and are coming under pressure regarding tax arrangements.
  4. 4. Australian • Following Heat Map highlights where CIO/CTO’s will focus in FY2014 across various emerging trends and themes. IT Industry – Focus FY 2014 Verticals vs Trends/Themes Govt. Travel, Logistics, Hosp. Resources Utilities Financial Services Telecom & Media Health Retail ERP CRM Digital Enablement Cloud Enablement Social Mobility (M2M) BI/Analytics/Big Data Security ` Australian IT Industry Snapshot – 2014/2015 | 4 Rating Extreme High Consider Moderate Low BPO
  5. 5. Australia Following is the competitive position of major IT services players in Australian market. • Competitive Position Introduction Growth Thoughtworks Dominant Competitive Position Competitive Shakeout (Agile based Dev. only) Wipro Strong Maturity Decline IBM, Accenture HP/EDS Infosys, TCS Unisys, Fujitsu Favorable Satyam/ Mahindra, CSC (In Between Strong and favorable) HCL, CTSH Tenable Weak Wallet Share Australian IT Industry Snapshot – 2014/2015 | 5 SMS, Oakton, D WS, UXC (Local vendors)
  6. 6. Appendix References Note : Following sources are used for gathering information to prepare these slides. • Source : BMI Information Technology Report Q1 2014 • Source : Google and Google Finance • Source : Gartner.com, IBIS World 2014 Australian IT Industry Snapshot – 2014/2015 | 6
  7. 7. Independent Advisory Services Catalogue IT Advisory • • • • • • • IT/Business • Alignment, Business Case Development (Val2.0) and Value Management IT Assessment • Due Diligence, Current and Future State Assessment • IT Strategy and Architecture (EA) and Portfolio Analysis • Technology Assessment & Enablement – Digital Transformation, Mobility First, Cloud Fitment, Analytics and Reporting, Social Media Strategy • Operating Model Review and Design. IT Economics • CFROI, TCO, ROIC, IRR, ROA IT Sourcing - Insourcing/Outsourcing/Offshoring IT Cost Allocation/Chargeback/Cost Reduction IT Performance Management and Portfolio Management IT Governance/Compliance/Risk Management - COBIT Australian IT Industry Snapshot – 2014/2015 | 7 Business Advisory • • • • Business Strategy • Go To Market Strategy • Competitive Analysis, Wallet Share Analysis • Profiling, Alliances, Pricing, Positioning • Market Watch • Distribution Channel Analysis Sales Enablement • Value Management and Articulation • Messaging, Buyer Profiling (360 degree view) • Pipeline and Account Management Industry Trend Executive Briefings • Telecom, Media, FMCG, FSI Market Research and Feasibility Analysis
  8. 8. Advisory Services Work Samples Digital Transformation Framework 2013 Australian IT Industry 2013 GTM - Services Company 2013 Insight Driven Sales Model 2013 Value Based Relationship Facebook Strategy 2011 What is Value Management 2013 Social Media Strategy 2012 Telco 2.0 N Sided Model – 2014/2015 | Services Model 2013 Australian IT–Industry Snapshot2010 Cloud IT 8 Cloud For Enterprise IT 2009 NBN Impact Aussie Indus. 2011 Value Based Relationship 2012 Mobile Industry Analysis 2011 Big Data - 2013
  9. 9. Profile Summary Vishal has more than 15 years of experience in Business and IT Advisory with a focus on providing advisory services to clients, securing lucrative client engagements and ensuring successful business transition. An able strategic advisor & business evangelist enthused by the potential of new emerging business trends and technologies to deliver expandable and streamlined business solutions with greater return on assets and investments. Vishal provides thought leadership with a focus to create new growth areas and untapped market segments. For further information or feedback, please contact: Name: Vishal Email: mail@sharmavishal.com Twitter Handle: sharmavishal Linkedin: http://au.linkedin.com/in/sharmavishal01 Disclaimer: This presentation acknowledges and gives credit to the work of others. Necessary validation have been taken to avoid copyright infringement. Any instances that violate terms can be removed when notified. All discussed thoughts & opinions are my own & not that of my employer or others parties. Australian IT Industry Snapshot – 2014/2015 | 9

×