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The Changing World and what is Next for Businesses

This blog is authored by Ms. Debjani Ghosh, President, NASSCOM The headwinds of change are incredibly powerful and unless negotiated well, they can disrupt businesses or even whole industries to the point of extinction. It doesn’t have to sound this ominous of course and for those who are prepared to change, the direction of the wind can work to their great advantage even. First and foremost, what...

Indian IT industry layoffs – Separating facts from hype

It’s hard to ignore the headlines about IT industry layoffs. The layoffs are a real issue and we should be concerned about it, but we should also analyse data and trends to understand the issue better. To start with, let’s look at all the layoffs so far. But can we call these layoffs? There are no solid numbers on layoffs that have happened. It is all either speculation or secondary analysis that ...

Strategic Review of Indian Software Product Industry – FY2017

……Snippets from Software Products Chapter of NASSCOM IT-BPM Strategic Review FY2017. Download the full report here​ Global Software Products – 2016 The year of 2016 was a landmark year, due to the vivid changes in the political, economic, and business landscape. UK’s exit from the EU, the Trump Presidency, demonetisation in India, and several incidents of cyber-attacks had made t...

Indian IT-BPM Industry- Game Changing HR Best Practices

The Indian IT industry, one of the prime drivers credited with changing the face of the nation’s economy, stands at an unchartered cross-road. With the world of technology fast gravitating to an on-demand, in-the-cloud, decentralized, digital and sharing based landscape, the industry is grappling with several challenges as it seeks to reorient and, in the process, reinvent its quasi ‘s...

Reinventing the Indian IT-BPM Industry in the age of robotics and automation

Today, automation and robotics are presenting the Indian IT-BPM industry with a tremendous opportunity—to lay a strong foundation for future competitiveness while creating exciting journeys for their workforce. Indian IT-BPM companies are under increasing pressure to help global clients simultaneously solve both efficiency and new growth challenges. Historically adept at addressing efficiency chal...

Martech – An USD 45-55 billion opportunity for Indian IT industry

Marketing and technology have become almost inseparable. In the past few years, with the proliferation of digital channels. Marketers have started to use technology at each step of the marketing value chain, from product planning & media buying to customer engagement to sales and after sales. Few parts, if any, of the marketing function that have remained untouched by the technology, with busi...

Top 5 digital bets for Indian IT industry

Driven by technology megatrends and ensuing changes in corporate priorities, the global total addressable market presented to technology, communications and business services providers could grow by almost 50 per cent within the next decade. The global technology spend is likely to increase from USD 2.7 trillion in 2014 to USD 3.5 trillion by 2020 and to USD 4 trillion by 2025, at a CAGR of 3.6 pe...

Indian IT-BPM industry maintains double-digit growth; on track to reach USD 350 billion by 2025

The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) reveals various trends that enabled the Indian IT-BPM industry to clocking double-digit growth of 12.3 percent (constant currency terms) in exports and 10 percent in domestic revenues for FY2016. REVIEW FY2016 Exports revenue grew at 12.3% (in constant currency terms) to cross $100 bn and reach $108 bn Domestic revenue grew by 1...