Monthly Archives: March 2013

Asset Based Services –Software based providers, not services providers have led the way.

Clearly the current and historical IT services delivery model of pumping low cost human onshore or offshore delivery resources at customer contract delivery is unsustainable. It just cannot continue to work on many levels from speed to deployment, skill availability, … Continue reading

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Why Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand are the Hot markets for IT Solutions in 2013

           Clearly one of the best things about having and analyst and advisory company focused on emerging market is that I have visibility and engagement across some of the most exciting markets in the globe for … Continue reading

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HP BPO – Getting back to the game

At the recent HP Global AR meeting held in March in Boston, there were very high expectations of HP being able to communicate change to its business and be a dominant player in the market once again. I will have … Continue reading

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A good data scientist may have a PhD. A great one offers a lot more.

  Clearly one of the most in-demand roles in both technology and broader business roles is that of the Data Scientist. To quantify this, research from leading analytics provider SAS highlights the demand for Data Scientists roles in the UK. … Continue reading

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Cisco – Will IT Services investment make it the Number one IT company?

Cisco, as much as any other entity, is 100% in alignment that it is non-negotiable that If Cisco is going to come close to achieving it’s well communicated corporate goal of becoming the “Number One I.T company”, it must successfully … Continue reading

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If you seek an innovative vendor bid, provide an innovative RFP.

Many buyers of IT complain, with good reason, that many responses to RFP’s that they receive from vendors (in some cases, if they receive a response at all), lack innovation, deep insight and understanding of the real issues that their … Continue reading

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HP Global Analyst Relations Summit – Not asking for much, just a strategy that can be executed for more than survival

The HP Worldwide analyst summit meeting is on this week (March 5-7) in Boston. After postponing the meeting in September, this is the first HP analyst meeting since they self imploded, fired their last CEO and appointed Meg Whitman to … Continue reading

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