Speaking Engagement: The Emerging IT Services & Software Ecosystem - Seven Strategies For IT Services Firms To Shift The Balance Of Power

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2nd December 2008

9:00 am to 11:00 am



As part of NASSCOM Speakers Club, we take pleasure in inviting you to attend the session on "The Emerging IT Services & Software Ecosystem: Seven Strategies For IT Services Firms To Shift The Balance Of Power" and the speaker for the session is Mr. R "Ray" Wang, VP & Principal Analyst, Forrester Research.

Rapid changes in business models, work force dynamics, geopolitical, and economic concerns, and technology advancements challenge IT Services firms to transform existing business models.  As IT Services leaders respond, they must determine which strategies will reduce the dependency on large ISV vendors while advancing market mindshare. Join Forrester's Vice President R "Ray" Wang, as he shares 7 critical strategies that address the issues facing IT services firms during this historical opportunity to shift the balance of power -- in their favor.

Presentation highlights:

  • Responding to the 4 forces of change
  • The emerging solution centric ecosystem
  • Seven strategies for success

We look forward to an interactive session and please do not hesitate to call us for further information.


Rajiv Vaishnav

Vice President - Member Outreach


(022-2823 48 44/51)





9:00 to 9:30 am

Networking Breakfast

9:30 to 9:45 am


9:45 to 10:30 am

Presentation by Mr. R "Ray" Wang, Vice President,

Principal Analyst, Forrester Research

10:30 to 10:50 am

Q & A

10:50 to 11:00 am

Vote of thanks


Brief Profile: Mr. R "Ray" Wang

With his understanding of the overall Ecosystem of solutions, technology and system integrators, Ray provides strategy and guidance for firms navigating through the vendor selection process. His foremost research areas at present include Software Partner Solution Offerings and The Future Of Software Licensing And Pricing. In 2008 Ray was recognized by the Institute Of Industry Analyst Relations (IIAR) as Analyst of the Year. Bloomberg, WSJ, CIO, Computer World quote him frequently on issues related to CIOs and IT vendors. Ray is based in the USA (CA). View his complete profile at:


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