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  1. 1. Strategic Management project on “Indian IT industry”
  2. 2. Overview of Indian IT Industry
  3. 3. Five Force Analysis
  4. 4. PESTLE Analysis Political factors: The Indian government has made it easy and strengthened the Information Technology act, 2000 to provide a comprehensive legal environment. Economic factors:  Currency fluctuation and devaluation has affected the industry greatly during the recession time.  The decline in the financial and banking industry has led to a decline in revenue and this has affected the IT sector greatly. Social factors:  English speaking population has helped fostering good relations in the industry and on the global platform.  Many institutions in the country offer IT course creating jobs for many people at lowers costs.
  5. 5. PESTLE Analysis Environmental factors: The Sector has been affected by floods, earthquake, cyclone and tsunami. Technological factors: India offers lowest tariffs in the world. India has the second largest telephone network after China. Legal factors: Legal Aspects and Policies IT Act 2000. Government can easily issue notification in the web signaling e- governance
  6. 6. Mission: To help our customers achieve their business objectives by providing innovative, best-in-class Consulting, IT solutions & services. We shall make it a joy for all stakeholders to work with us. Vision: To be a leading property development company in the country and to be recognized for our excellent quality and innovation. Values  Integrity,  Excellence  Respect for the individual  Continuous learning and sharing Internal Capabilities & Strength  Pioneer in the industry & Brand  Integrated full-services player  Collaboration with multiple stakeholders  Global Network Delivery Model
  7. 7. Product Portfolio
  8. 8. Business that TCS Serves
  9. 9. Corporate Strategy:  Diversification Strategy  Strategic Alliances  Acquisition Strategy Generic Business Strategies  Low cost Global delivery 24X7 model.  Focus on customer relationship management, customer retention  Focus on the Centers of Excellence (CoE) to strengthen capability so as to build state-of-the-art solutions  Differentiation in low end services in terms of cost, resources  Since last decade, TCS has been following a more focused strategy where they are going as per local needs of customer and their nature of business.
  10. 10. Organization Culture
  11. 11. Mission: Enable Enterprises Manage Information Better Vision: Be the First Choice Internal Capabilities & Strength  Extensive experience in servicing leading carriers in IoT and data analytics  Better underwriting solutions using relevant data and trends leading to minimal loss for your customers  Dedicated IoT Lab with requisite hardware and infrastructure  Highly skilled pool of domain experts from the Center of Excellence  Generation of actionable business insights ÿ Easy self-serving visualizations with drill-down capabilities for business users  Connected Solutions that leverage latest technology trends
  12. 12. Strategies
  13. 13. Mission: Infosys International Inc. is dedicated to providing the people, services and solutions our clients need to meet their information technology challenges and business goals Vision: To help our clients meet their goals through our people, services and solutions Internal Capabilities & Strength  Leadership in sophisticated solutions that enable clients to optimize the efficiency of their business.  It has proven “Global Delivery Model”. (GDM).  Commitment to superior quality and process execution.  Strong Brand and long term client relationship.  Status as an employer of choice in 2004.  Ability to scale up. Connected Solutions that leverage latest technology trends
  14. 14. Corporate Strategies:  Global Delivery Model: Producing where it is most cost effective and selling where it is most profitable.  Moving UP the value chain: Getting involved in a software development project at the earliest stage of the life cycle.  PSPD Model: Predictability of Revenues, sustainability of revenues, Profitability, DeRisking for Risk Management. Generic Business Strategies  Low cost Global delivery Model (24/7) little differentiation in low-end services of value chain.  High differentiation in high end services in value chain like software products and package solutions.  Focus on Quality, Customer relationship management, timely delivery.
  15. 15. Mission: We will be the employer of choice and the partner of choice by focusing on our stated values of Employees First, Trust, Transparency, Flexibility and Value Centricity. Vision: To be the technology partner of choice for forward looking customers by collaboratively transforming technology into business advantage. Internal Capabilities & Strength  Association with Major Brands.  Consistent revenue growth.  Acquisition of Axon enables company to offer full SAP services.  Global Coverage in countries like U.S, Europe, Japan etc.  Offerings like tablets, laptops and PCs expand the reach  Over 80,000 employees are working at HCL  Offers services like ERS, ETS, BPO and EAS
  16. 16. Generic Business Strategies  HCLT has put in place comprehensive Business Continuity program to ensure that HCLT meets its Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery related requirements as agreed with Customer  There is Information Security team to assess and manage the information security and data privacy and related risks by leveraging on People, Processes & Technology  HCLT's business strategy "Employee First, Customer Second" - directs our investments to retain the right skilled professionals at the right place, right time, right cost.  HCLT faces more Global MNCs than it faces Indian based players in deals. This is primarily because of the business model that HCLT has adopted to redefine the markets in which we play.  HCLT has stringent security levels on all its facilities and ODCs. Comprehensive security is provided by leveraging on People, Processes and Technologies.
  17. 17. Corporate Business strategy  HCLT's Chief Delivery Officer (CDO) has dedicated groups which provide services to various delivery teams on process, frameworks, tools and technical training in addition to driving all the Transformation initiatives across the delivery organization.  Quality group drives continuous process improvement aligning with mature and evolving international process standards and certifications.  Tools group identifies appropriate tools, develops new tools and supports the tools deployed and also provides consulting and tools related training to project teams.  The Technical Training group called as Tech CEED focuses on Competency Enhancement to continually upgrade the technical competency of delivery teams and manages the Learning Management System
  18. 18. Mission: Helping our clients to create their future. Vision: To become one of the worlds’ leading companies, bringing innovations to improve the way the world works and lives. . Internal Capabilities & Strength  World’s largest consulting firm  Strong Client base  Service Delivery Network  Client Driven processes  Continuous improvement  Diverse capabilities Business strategy  Entering new markets  Increasing the level of revenues in current markets;  Enhancing the level of operational performance;  Delivering products and services with an increased level of efficiency
  19. 19. Mission: To be the global leader in outsourcing services to the telecom industry, building on our technologies, competencies and customer interest, and creating value for our shareholders and customers. Vision: To be the leading global software solution provider to the telecom industry Internal Capabilities & Strength  Reduced dependence on British telecom  Deals with Etisalat and Bharti Zain steady revenue is assured  Reduced dependence on European market  Has a strong workforce of over 40,000 employees working on over 30 countries  High brand recall and visibility being one of the top IT companies in India
  20. 20. Corporate Strategy:  Customer-centricity  Full Services Capability  Global Network Delivery Model™ (GNDM™)  Strategic Acquisitions Functional Strategy:  Tech Mahindra advocates for the business to see its management decisions as specific to a functional area of the organization, such as marketing, human resources, finance, information management and public relations.  Tech Mahindra advantages of this are that employees and resources can be assigned to the tasks that best suit their skills and interests. If you have an employee with expertise in HR, for instance, it makes logical sense to assign her to the human resources function instead of the finance division.

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