Digital Enterprise Transformation in India

Digital Enterprise Transformation in India

Improved Communication Infrastructure and New age Technology to Drive Sweeping Changes to Businesses in India

RELEASE DATE
30-Sep-2016
REGION
South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Research Code: 9AC1-00-1D-00-00
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Indian enterprises have begun to embrace new age technologies to improve the operational efficiency, business processes and customer experience to address the competitive environment. Digital transformation is capable of transforming businesses by improving business agility. , empowering stakeholders and providing new revenue models. In India CIOs are adopting digital technologies at various levels based on the immediate need of organisations and revenue goals. There is a lack of holistic approach which is essential for long term benefits. This study defines digital transformation, components of SMAC and other associated technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT), digital marketing and cybersecurity that are essential for modern day enterprises. The study gives a perspective both about the demand and the supply side of the market to identify the maturity of the solutions available and also the levels of DT activities across various industries in the country. The study analyses the challenges and drivers of digital transformation(DT) in India and also analyses the levels of DT activities in major industries like Healthcare, manufacturing, BFSI, Online retail and IT/ITes.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Research Background

Research Methodology

Definitions

Definitions (continued)

Definitions (continued)

Industry Definitions

Digital Enterprise Transformation in India

Decision-Maker Perspective

Impact of Transformation on IT

Goalposts

Top Organizational Goals with Impact on Technology Adoption

The Digital Enterprise of the Future

Social—Definition

Social—Trends and Opportunities

Enterprise Mobility—Definition

Enterprise Mobility—Definition of Major Components

Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD)

Enterprise Mobility—Trends and Opportunities

Mobility—Finding from Frost & Sullivan Survey

Enterprise Cloud—Definition

Enterprise Cloud—Trends and Opportunities

Enterprise Cloud—Talk Points to CIOs/CTOs

Cloud Technologies—Findings from Frost & Sullivan Survey

Data Analytics—Definition

Data Analytics—Trends and Opportunities

Internet of Things (IoT)

Digital Marketing

Enterprise Collaboration

Cybersecurity

Consumerisation of IT

Digital India Initiative

India—Challenges

Drivers and Restraints

Adoption in Large Enterprises

Adoption in Small and Medium Enterprises (SME)

Microsoft

IBM

Oracle

Tata Consultancy Services

Cognizant Technology Solutions (CTS)

Wipro

Infosys

Larson & Turbo (L&T) Infotech

Tech Mahindra

Capgemini

Happiest Minds

Check Points for CIOs and IT Heads

IT Expenditure of Enterprises

Healthcare—Embracing Digital Technologies

Adoption of DET solutions in Healthcare

Impact of Digital Transformation on Healthcare

Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI)—Embracing Digital Technologies

Adoption of DET Solutions in BFSI

Impact of Digital Transformation on BFSI

Manufacturing—Embracing Digital Technologies

Adoption of DET Solutions in Manufacturing

Impact of Digital Transformation on Manufacturing

Information Technology (IT)—Embracing Digital Technologies

Adoption of DET in Information Technology (IT)

Impact of Digital Transformation on IT

Online Retail—Embracing Digital Technologies

Adoption of DET in Online Retail

Impacts of Digital Transformation on Online Retail

Adoption of Digital Technologies in Indian Industries

Healthcare

Healthcare (continued)

Digital Banking

IT/ITes

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook (Demand Side)

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook (Supply Side)

The Last Word—5 Big Predictions (Demand Side)

The Last Word—5 Predictions (Supply Side)

Legal Disclaimer

Appendix—Companies Interviewed (Vendors)

Appendix—Companies Interviewed (Demand Side)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Indian enterprises have begun to embrace new age technologies to improve the operational efficiency, business processes and customer experience to address the competitive environment. Digital transformation is capable of transforming businesses by improving business agility. , empowering stakeholders and providing new revenue models. In India CIOs are adopting digital technologies at various levels based on the immediate need of organisations and revenue goals. There is a lack of holistic approach which is essential for long term benefits. This study defines digital transformation, components of SMAC and other associated technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT), digital marketing and cybersecurity that are essential for modern day enterprises. The study gives a perspective both about the demand and the supply side of the market to identify the maturity of the solutions available and also the levels of DT activities across various industries in the country. The study analyses the challenges and drivers of digital transformation(DT) in India and also analyses the levels of DT activities in major industries like Healthcare, manufacturing, BFSI, Online retail and IT/ITes.
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Author Vidya Subramanian Nath
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