Prediction: “sub 10% growth” in 2017 at Indian IT services companies, Gartner

“[Gartner analyst Arup Roy] said Indian [IT services] companies, for example, should not expect double-digit sales revenue growth in 2017, adding that ‘a sub 10% growth for 2017 is certain.'”

But, the effect is likely to be on all large organizations who have been globalizing IT staffing:

“There is really no such thing as the Indian IT services sector. All companies would be affected. For example, Capgemini employs more people in India that in any other country. Legislation does not differentiate between Infosys, Capgemini or Accenture,” said Schumacher.

And:

In 2013, German car manufacturer Daimler said it planned to achieve savings of €150m a year by bringing IT services in-house and expanding IT operations in India and Turkey. In 2012, General Motors said it would insource around 90% of its heavily outsourced IT operations.

We talked about more “Trump’s possible effects on tech” in last week’s Software Defined Talk, with some extensive links and notes in the show notes if you don’t want to fill your ear-holes.

Source: Trump election win creates uncertain future for IT services sector

Lesson learned from India: Four common traits of a profound digital transformation

Agatha over at 451 visits Indian outsources, commenting on how they’re changing to do more cloud related work:

Aside from spending a great deal of effort on building a market-driven culture, the company has instituted a fundamental shift in workforce mindset by moving away from doing what they are told and on to identifying new opportunities to add value and delight customers.

Also:

Aside from spending a great deal of effort on building a market-driven culture, the company has instituted a fundamental shift in workforce mindset by moving away from doing what they are told and on to identifying new opportunities to add value and delight customers.

And:

Wipro reported that public cloud partners serve as a key building block of its hybrid cloud migration strategy. For public cloud deployments, it has teamed up with AWS, Microsoft Azure, SoftLayer, Oracle and vCloud Air to provide managed public cloud offerings. Meanwhile, public cloud partners increasingly represent an important sales and marketing channel for HCL Technologies, with a number of deals having significant public cloud roadmaps. There are a few providers that focus on building vendor-specific expertise and credibility, such as Infosys, which is the premier consulting partner for AWS, and CMI industry advisory group. CMI at TCS claims to have more than 120 certified AWS architects and over 800 trained associates.

Source: Lesson learned from India: Four common traits of a profound digital transformation