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  Future of industries - IT Industry  
     
     
 
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Growing presence of global IT services companies are intensifying competition and making it
difficult for thedomestic companies to grow and sustain in the IT services business
Global image, scale of operation, high quality benchmarked service delivery under one roof is
giving competitive edge over low cost domestic service providers
Managing differentiation while sustaining and growing in the increasing cost environment is a
challenging task for the domestic IT services companies
More high-end value based consulting services could help in being partner with the client and
keep sustaining and growing business
The volume perspective can be used for making a low cost green vehicle in India so that India
can lead the world in the low cost green ride
 
 
Towards a unified world
The business will be driven by transformational needs of global companies and changing business models favoring more outsourcing and off-shoring.
 
The industry will see consolidation as many small and mid tier companies are taken over by their bigger rivals.
There will be a shift from capital expenditure to operational expenditure. 2011 will see more investment in
business intelligence. Enterprises will invest more in shared infrastructure. Also, there will be a shift in investment
to build sales and marketing support.
 
More and more companies will move to SAS platform. Cloud computing will see increased interest from the sector. More and more companies will strive for achieving higher operational efficiencies as growth will come from
delivering high value-added service being offered at higher end of the service spectrum.
 
Government is likely to be a big domestic client for emerging markets as it strives for ambitious projects like UID in India. Another area where focus will shift towards is green IT initiative. More and more companies will start putting more money in greener initiatives.
 
As craze keeps on increasingly spread about online social networking, this sector will see fresh investments as
more and more companies try to monetize the enthusiasm of millions of online users.
 
 
  Industry Growth Drivers
  Globalization
  Availability of talent/Skilled manpower
    Wage differential
  Relative compensation costs
  Low infrastructure costs
  Government supportive IT policy and incentives
    Tax holidays, subsidies, low interest loans
  Scalability of operation for achieving economies of scale
  Growing companies’ focus on core
    Companies are outsourcing non-core activities to increase efficiencies and focus on core competencies
  Growing focus on cost and operational efficiencies
  Increasing Public sector spending
  Increasing private sector activity
  Increasing technology adoption by SMB/ SME enterprises
  Digital convergence
  Product & service Innovation
  Increasing adoption of Cloud computing and cloud services
  Growing on-line demand for tuition
  Investment by Venture capitalist in High-tech startup/ niche start up
  High growth in Emerging market
    Spending forecast to grow 9.3% in Latin America, 7.7 % in the Middle East and Africa and 7% in
Asia-Pacific. (Source: Gartner)
 
  Industry Competitive Scenario
  Intensifying competition among global/national
    Foe ex- Global biggies like IBM, Accenture, CSC, ACS, HP are ramping up their Indian operations
  MNCs are becoming more localized in the Indian market; the Indian companies are fast adopting a
global outlook
  Indian companies are expanding their global outlook and reach
    IThey are setting up centers globally in the US, China, Japan, Malaysia, Czech Republic, etc.
  Indian firms are increasing global hiring, including in the U.S., as they pursue high-end work like consulting
  Indian IT companies are looking at becoming transformational partners to their clients, making an impact
on business metrics
   
  Industry Complexity
  Government regulation & policies
  Anti-outsourcing policy/ law
  Managing Legal and Economic slowdown/ recession
  Managing cyclical pattern with volatility
  Compliance standard as per International standard
  Managing differentiation
  Quality of service/ Value proposition
  Managing economies of scale
  How to bring “stickiness” to hold existing clients and talents
  Intense competition for acquiring and retaining customers
  Developing Customer centricity to become true partner with the customer
  How to increase gender sensitivity for better productivity
     
  Industry Pain Areas
  Currency/ exchange rate fluctuation
    Strengthening of the Indian rupee against the dollar and the euro, would hit the margins
  Commoditization of services
    Due to lack of vertical specialization/expertise
  Attrition/Talent retention
  Attracting and retaining highly skilled talent
  High wages
  Declining billing rate
  Declining Profit Margin
    The pressure on profit margin as customer seek to work with fewer vendors at lower rates
  Euro debt crisis
    The European sovereign debt crisis and a weaker euro will impact worldwide IT spending in 2010
  Employees’ poaching by competitors
  Rapid Technological obsolescence
  Weak IP laws in emerging margins
  Managing growth and cultural transition in post-merger environment
     
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