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Thursday, February 12
 

10:20am

Session VIII A: Enterprise of the Future: Are the Providers ready?
The session's objective is to discuss the disruptive impact of global forces on enterprises world-wide and therefore, paint a picture of the enterprise of 2025 and the resulting industry landscape. We expect to see a half-new world, with industry value chains disintermediated, 30-40% of revenue pools captured by enterprises that barely exist today, the rise of prosumers, machines joining the workforce in strength replacing upwards of ~50 million workers, 80-90% transactions executed on digital channels and CEOs seized of this new agenda. This transformation will, no doubt, affect different industries differently, but we also expect to see a spectrum of enterprises with 70-75% of them still retaining a legacy core. This new age digital enterprise of 2025, as affected by advanced interfaces, ubiquitous connectivity, next gen computing and analytics will definitely have optimized opex and generated new revenue streams, but also have capex structures transformed.
The Enterprises of the future, thus, create sharp implications for Providers as we know them today. As lines blur between traditional definitions of service lines (e.g., engineering and IT), Partners of the Future will have to straddle multiple spaces, all at once. With new business models, new players are poised to capture significant market share. The big will highly likely get bigger, but in order to create and capture value at similar scale, players of today will have to adopt transformative plays. We believe the next 10 years will be defining for the competitive landscape of the Digital Partners of the Future.

Moderators
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Noshir Kaka

CEO, McKinsey India
Noshir is the CEO of McKinsey IndiaHe holds several leadership roles in the firm including being a member of the advisory board of the McKinsey Knowledge Center and was actively involved in the creation of the Indian School of Business, which is a joint initiative between McKinsey... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Neelam Dhawan.

Neelam Dhawan.

Managing Director, HP India
Neelam Dhawan is the Managing Director of Hewlett-Packard India. She has countrywide responsibility for revenues and profitability and ensuring the greatest leverage from HP’s Services, Personal Systems and Imaging & Printing businesses. With a portfolio that extends to offshore... Read More →
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Chetan Dubey

President and CEO, IPsoft
Chetan Dubey has served as the President and CEO of IPsoft since its inception in 1998. During his tenure, he has led the company to create a radical shift in the way IT is managed. Prior to joining IPsoft, Chetan served as an Assistant Professor at New York University, where his... Read More →
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CP Gurnani

Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Tech Mahindra
CP Gurnani (popularly known as CP& within his peer group), is the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Tech Mahindra. CP also played a pivotal role in the three-year transformational journey of Mahindra Satyam and spearheaded the company's eventual merger with Tech Mahindra... Read More →
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TK Kurien

CEO, IT Business & Executive Director, Wipro Ltd.
T K Kurien (TK) is the Chief Executive Officer of IT Business and Executive Director, Wipro Limited. TK is also a member of the Wipro Corporate Executive Council. With over 27 years of global diversified experience, which includes the 10-years he has been with Wipro, TK has been instrumental... Read More →


Thursday February 12, 2015 10:20am - 11:15am
Grand Ballroom I, II, III