ValueNotes Connect

Welcome to this month’s issue of ValueNotes Connect.

A recent report, by Mithi Software Technologies and co-authored by ValueNotes, reveals that 44% of organisations have chosen to expand their collaborative mobile access! This trend sets the pace for the growth of mobile collaboration applications in India.
On the competitive intelligence (CI) front, Varsha Chitale’s recent webinar provided insights on how organisations can initiate and strengthen a CI framework with regular needs-assessment. Read on to find out how ValueNotes helped a leading global IT services firm improve their online visibility.
Governance, a UK journal focused on corporate governance, published an article authored by ValueNotes, which discusses the current state of corporate governance in India.
June has had our bloggers on their toes – Ribhu Baruah blogs about how organisations will have to double their efforts to go green as the environment becomes the focus globally. In his recent blog, Arun Jethmalani sheds light on the trends and developments in the service provider landscape of the Indian legal process outsourcing (LPO) sector as revealed in our latest research report. Namita Adavi blogs about how the LED market is set to grow by leaps and bounds in southern India.
We hope you enjoy our newsletter, and as always, we look forward to your comments.

Warmregards.

 

Schumpeterian new world demands a radical change in firm behaviour
– by  Ribhu Ranjan Baruah
Globally, firms – big and small – have started to undertake going-green steps as a part of their CSR initiatives. They will now have to think and act fast and ahead of the competition in a way that is sustainable, from the environmental perspective. Are these firms ready to embrace the new scheme of things? Will new leaders emerge and traditional companies get wiped out? So what are the new fundamental questions? A relevant question would be – how green is my product and the way my firm operates?
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Scale is now a clear differentiator for LPOs: Is a shake-out imminent?
– by Arun Jethmalani
Back in 2005, outsourcing of legal services was a “hot” new service line with much promise. In late 2010, a ValueNotes survey of buyers in the US and UK revealed signs of disillusionment amongst customers. The higher risks inherent in projects prompted buyers to start favouring larger, more experienced and “sustainable” vendors. Our latest research reveals the financial impact of all these trends on “pure-play” Indian LPO vendors.
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Is LED in India set for a south Indian takeover?
– by Namita Adavi
Though the adoption of LED technology may be set for rapid growth overall, differences will arise on the level of penetration by geography. Growth in the next 3-5 years will come from southern India. A factor peculiar to the south is the psychological inclination for quality over price; a factor that will be very important in determining the growth of LED in the region.
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Free downloads
Research Report:Demand for mobile collaboration applications set to grow in India
CI Webinar:Competitive Intelligence: Are you seeking the right answers?
Indian corporate boards::Governance, a UK journal focused on corporate governance, published a piece authored by ValueNotes. The article discusses the current state of corporate governance in India, and argues that culture and composition are hindering the effectiveness of Indian corporate boards. (pg 10-12)
Commissioned research
Some client problems we have solved:
Partner selection for a French retail chain
Market intelligence on the bioinformatics outsourcing opportunities in India
Creation of an investor awareness ready reckoner for a financial services industry association
Market intelligence on the outdoor sporting equipment industry
Market sizing and entry strategy for the MRO industry
case studies
A leading global IT services firm wanted their online marketing strategy to be the best among peers. ValueNotes helped the client revamp their online marketing strategy by designing an interactive and dynamic console to aid granular monitoring and analysis.
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