Our Service Platforms
Through this Platform, we give you Global Presence, we make you compliant in respective markets and we help you to sell your products and services.
Through this platform we offer highly flexible resourcing so that you can experience the benefits first before you plan something big.
‘Make in India’
Through this platform we help you to plan and implement your India entry strategy in an incremental fashion so that you can fine tune your strategy in every step.
Our Business Globalisation Platform helps you to enter and accelerate your business in global markets like US, Europe, Japan and India. You can continue to focus on your core markets leaving the hassles of new market expansion to us. Our global business leadership team brings you local efficiency, market knowledge, agility and better risk mitigation.
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New Delhi: Indian entrepreneurs need to build products and services keeping the global market in mind, said Amitabh Kant, chief executive officer of NITI Aayog on Saturday. “We are in a globalised world. Whatever you do you are an integral part of the global supply chain. Whatever you produce think big in terms of the[…]
Co-authors: Ashok (Ash) Kamath & Nilkanth (Neel) Kulkarni The US Fed has exhausted its playbook on supply side stimulus and is well on the road for negative growth and deflationary trend. Global Central banks of the world took a page out of this Fed Reserve playbook and went a step further to introduce negative interest[…]
Co-authors: Ashok (Ash) Kamath & Nilkanth (Neel) Kulkarni Already several central banks in the developed world have zero or negative interest rates. The list currently includes England, Germany, ECB, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, etc. Few weeks ago Japan surprised the world by introducing negative interest rates to stimulate their sluggish economy and prevent a slide into[…]
By Anoop Goyal According to the India Startup Report 2014, there were 3,100 startups in India in 2014. By 2020, the number is expected to rise to 11,500. In a study by Inventus Capital Partners, the average deal size for a consumer technology company in India last year was three times more than the year[…]
Indian Startups & Speed of Execution Mr. L S Subramnian on Linkedin As more entrepreneurs enter the Indian startup scene their Speed of Execution will be their key to success. If their innovative ideas do not see the light of day in weeks it maybe doomed for failure, startup founders do not have the luxury[…]
Incremental Model for India Entry By this time, ‘Make in India’ (MI) has already become the buzz across the globe and many global corporate would be seriously thinking about it. However, you will have many questions in your mind that need correct answers to progress in the journey.. Does ‘Make in India’ really make a[…]
Global Sourcing and Agile adoption – What you need to know when your teams are split across country borders Originally, since when I started working on s/w product development, it was done mostly based on the sequential ‘Waterfall model’ where Requirements, Design, Coding and Testing were planned and executed for the whole product at a[…]
Five factors to be considered while defining Outsourcing KPIs No doubt-KPIs are a must to monitor the effectiveness of service delivery in outsourcing/ Offshoring contracts. The definition of KPIs is an involved exercise, primarily driven by the key business drivers of outsourcing and the strengths & weaknesses of the suppliers selected. A task force constituted[…]