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Reimagining Indian Enterprises’ Tech Landscape in a Digital-First World: A New Order Out of Chaos
In In the new normal, organizations worldwide are seeking technology to build a digital enterprise, redefine business models, and reimagine workplaces, processes, operations, and supply chains. Our report showcases how Indian enterprises are performing in comparison with global peers in areas such as prioritization and acceleration of digital initiatives, digitization of customer and employee interface, adoption of a hybrid work environment, and readiness for a collaborative human-machine digital workforce. The report also addresses how Indian enterprises are pivoting to new business and delivery models to innovate and generate new revenue streams.
Business Process Transformation Horizons
The report identifies key trends shaping business process management and outsourcing. It helps enterprises identify how peers are transforming their operations, how outsourcing engagements are evolving, and provides Avasant’s view. This report also highlights areas where service providers are focused on developing capabilities to meet the evolving needs of enterprises to help them be future-ready.
Avasant NASSCOM Digital Enterprise Report – A New Order Out of Chaos
Avasant and NASSCOM have come together to analyze the enterprise perspective on the disruptions caused by the pandemic and what it takes to build a resilient organization. We conducted a detailed survey of about 280 enterprises across industries to understand the enterprise outlook regarding their operational continuity, digital investments, financial health, and workforce strategy. The report also offers a perspective on the potential opportunities for service providers with respect to current and future digital requirements.
Business Continuity under a Pandemic Scenario
Pandemics are fundamentally different from the disasters commonly envisioned in disaster recovery and business continuity plans. The most recent threat of the Wuhan coronavirus highlights the fact that most organizations are not prepared for a pandemic scenario. This updated report outlines the specific ways in which pandemics are different from other types of disasters. It suggests three planning scenarios, and it outlines specific actions that IT risk managers should consider to prepare for them. If adequately prepared, the IT group will be able to continue to support critical business functions, and it can provide solutions to help the organization get through a pandemic.
African Market Trends in Technology Services
Few studies examine information technology and business process management in Africa. This report, based on research and interviews, analyses the tech sectors of 11 African countries and examines enabling factors such as information and communication technology infrastructure, government incentives and the regulatory environment. One key finding is that trade and retail, financial services, healthcare and agriculture offer the most opportunities for tech firms. This publication shares insights that will guide companies interested in offering information technology and business process outsourcing services in Africa. The report is also valuable for stakeholders, including tech hubs and start-ups, investors and government organizations.
Envisioning The Future Of Education
The education sector, across both higher education and schools in the US and UK, is in the midst of long-term change that has accelerated with the pandemic in 2020. Technology adoption will be fundamental to the ongoing and impending transformation in the industry. This report identifies the key trends in education and highlights the role of technology in enabling a new future. This report is based on inputs from nearly 90 academic and technology leaders from universities and schools across the US and UK.
Defining the Digital Enterprise – A NASSCOM Avasant Joint Report
Digitalization has become pervasive and critical to remain competitive in the industry. The enterprises, thus, no longer have the option of delaying their transformation initiatives. They need to embrace this as an opportunity to transform their business models, develop new revenue streams, go beyond customer expectations, and optimize operations. However, there are different lenses for them to imagine their end-state digital enterprise. NASSCOM and Avasant have partnered to conduct an in-depth research to help the broader ecosystem about the current state of digital initiatives and approaches taken by progressive enterprises.
COVID-19 Impact on IT Organizations and Service Provider Relationships – April 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, IT leaders are asking what actions they should take and what a recovery will look like. The recovery will include reorganization of IT service delivery, invocation of force majeure, and renegotiation of support agreements with third parties. This presentation lays out the expected life-cycle stages for the current pandemic and its impact on IT services short-term and long-term. We also outline specific contractual and legal considerations that IT leaders should understand in renegotiating relationships with service providers.
NASSCOM-Avasant India Blockchain Report 2019
The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) and Avasant have collaborated to produce a comprehensive report on Blockchain in India. The report, developed through participation and inputs from all stakeholder groups throughout the Indian blockchain value chain, provides a definitive perspective on the current state of the blockchain market and also highlights the future direction of the industry both in India and globally.