Tag Archives: Singapore

Google Enterprise – Not quite sweet enough to turn lemons to lemonade just yet.

Last week Google held its customer event in Sydney, Atmosphere14. capioIT was intrigued to find that front and centre at the entrance was a bowl of lemons. I can only guess that Google was going to make lemonade from lemons, … Continue reading

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Asia Pacific BI and Analytics Solution – Market Opportunities Identified

Whilst capioIT and others repeat it ad nauseam, a view that considers that the countries of the Asia Pacific market to be generic and require a single strategy is making the most fatal mistake of all in terms of understanding … Continue reading

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Leadership in the Asia Pacific Natural Resources IT Solutions Market Announced – capioIT releases the capture share report for the sector

capioIT is excited to release the 2013 capioIT Asia Pacific Natural Resources IT Solutions  Capture Share report. It highlights the overall key strengths and weaknesses of 14 selected Natural Resources IT Solution providers in the Asia Pacific region. This report … Continue reading

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IBM GMU – Managing growth in diversity

In September 2013, IBM reignited their Analysts Insight event in Singapore to highlight investments in the IBM Growth Markets Unit or GMU. For those who are unawares, the IBM GMU contains most of the growth countries of the global economy. … Continue reading

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Outcome Based Pricing – Adoption soars in Emerging markets

I have written about, and patiently waited for many years, to see outcomes based pricing and contract relationships to come to the fore in the delivery of IT or business processes. I had expected them to be most prevalent in … Continue reading

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ASEAN is a boom market but ….

Recently I wrote on the excitement that is the market opportunity in ASEAN, particularly in Indonesia, The Philippines and Thailand. https://capioit.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/why-indonesia-the-philippines-and-thailand-are-the-hot-markets-for-it-solutions-in-2013/ In the midterm, particularly as India growth remains below expectations largely driven by government inertia, outside of China, ASEAN … Continue reading

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HP and IBM – The Asia Pacific Analyst Showdown

Leading analysts in the Asia Pacific region have a unique opportunity to compare and contrast the capabilities and roadmap of the two legacy enterprise IT behemoths, IBM and HP in the next couple of weeks. In a fortuitous piece of … Continue reading

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IBM BI and Analytics – Realising the benefit of $17 Billion of Acquisitions (part 1/2)

IBM recently held an analyst briefing in Toronto, Canada for leading industry analysts covering the BI, Analytics and Big Data Market. I was fortunate to be the only analyst from emerging markets (Asia Pacific, Africa, Latin America) to attend the … Continue reading

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Microsoft Azure to launch in Australia, Japan and China. Further proof the Asia Pacific cloud must be delivered through multiple nodes.

This week Microsoft announced plans to offer the Azure cloud platform in Australia and China.  (Update – On May 23rd Microsoft also announced 2 (Osaka and Tokyo) locations in Japan) This is a significant announcement for both markets and of … Continue reading

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