We look at the growth of the India Global Capability Centers ecosystem in this quarter and zoom in on the Health & Pharmaceuticals industry.
There has been a tectonic shift in the landscape of Tier-I cities in India, with an increased overall ease of doing business and expanding talent pool. To know more, read here.
This report is a comprehensive analysis of ecosystem’s trends, and provides a snapshot of how existing GCCs have successfully leveraged the India ecosystem.
Companies came to India for cost; grew their center for talent, and will stay here for the leadership that the Indian GCoE ecosystem has to offer.
Factors such as ease of doing business, mature software engineering ecosystem, etc. make Romania a COE Hotspot, according to our recent report.
These 15 Tier-2 cities in India are the ultimate globalization hotspots. To know more, read here.
Thanks to globalization, Cybersecurity firms are now able to scale faster than their peers by leveraging a larger pool of digitally diversified talent present in low-cost locations.
What does it take for a global organization to set up a Global Center of Excellence in India and scale it at an accelerated pace? Read more here.
Excerpts from an insightful discussion with the leaders of The Toro Company, where they shared their vision for the company and their newly launched Global Center of Excellence in India.
Scaling a new Global Center of Excellence takes innovative thinking. Here’s an excerpt from a conversation with MINDBODY’s India center head.
An account on the various cost optimization measures that organizations can adopt, with respect to talent, in the COVID-19 era.
A Zinnov point of view on the various rapid cost takeout opportunities that can be tapped into, by focusing on three levers – Globalization, Outsourcing cost, and Product Portfolio Optimization.
An analysis of the three important levers to achieve ‘cost takeout’ – a conversation that has gained momentum like never before, owing to the COVID-19 crisis.
Building an employer brand is critical for all companies, but more so for newly set up technology centers. How will a strong employer brand help organizations weather the COVID-19 storm?
With travel restrictions in place, how can a company go about the process of remote offshore development center setup? Learn more here.
Does ‘the perfect candidate’ exist? Or is this a myth that organizations run after in their pursuit to fill critical job roles? Learn more here.
A panel discussion by the leaders on how Global Centers of Excellence are powerhouses of innovation, and share insights on the various strategies and approaches that Enterprises adopt for setting up CoEs.
What makes Czech Republic a go-to technology and software talent hub? Is it the burgeoning start-up ecosystem or the ideal geographical location of the country?
Discover how the Global Center of Excellence (GCoE) Accelerator model helps companies build and rapidly scale their global delivery presence in a global location.
Besides beautiful canals and ubiquitous cycles, Amsterdam offers skilled technology talent. What else makes it perfect for offshore company setup?
With more than 10K installed fresh STEM talent pool and 3.5K+ technology start-up talent pool, Romania is brimming with IT and Software talent making it an ideal location for IT Outsourcing services. Here are few more factors that are making Romania a go-to destination for outsourcing.
What is the cost of operating GCCs in India? How have the costs across People, Infrastructure, Travel, Vendor, and Regulations fared in the last year? This operations cost benchmarking analysis gives a glimpse of operating global centers in India.
What are the key factors that have propelled India to the top of the globalization chart? How have these factors helped India remain the favored destination for technology MNCs to set up their global centers?
What makes the Israelis tick? What are the attributes of Israeli culture that make it a thriving innovation ecosystem?
A scattered global R&D footprint can lead to operational and strategic challenges. Here’s how Hub-Satellite-Outpost Framework can help.
Why do companies need to look at Eastern European countries for offshore center setup? What makes Eastern Europe a technology talent hotspot?
For the success of Global Engineering Transformation, change communication is key. It is an approach to communicate change in an organization in an effective manner.
10 key levers that organizations need to incorporate to build a successful and effective Center of Excellence.
What is a Center Of Excellence (CoE)? Why should organizations set up CoEs? Know how CoEs can help organizations stay ahead by setting up CoEs.
There are many GCoE innovation programs. But there exist certain operational challenges that need to be addressed for them to be a success.
There are plenty of GCoE innovation programs. However, there exist certain challenges that are a function of global and local leadership involvement. How to turn them into opportunities?
DOWNLOAD THE REPORT What are the X Factors that Indian R&D centers can leverage to succeed in the disruptive ecosystem that they operate in? How can these centers become transformation hubs for the parent organizations? How can leaders change the narrative going forward and how will the X factors come into play? This presentation by … Continue reading The X Factor – India’s Secret Ingredients
How crucial are the first 100 days of a new Global In-house Center for a Global Center Head? What can you learn from Lithium’s Jay Bhow’s journey so far?
How valuable is the global center for the HQ? Is there a way to measure the latter’s dependency on the former? That’s where Global Engineering helps.
Global Engineering 2.0 is the strategic approach to rebalance an organization’s current R&D footprint to support business objectives & enable newer investments.
Companies that navigate and respond to the dynamic market motions do so by outlining a robust global engineering strategy. Here’s why it’s imperative.
Product management plays a pivotal role by acting as the intersection between engineering, the business, and the customer. But why are GICs not focusing on the growth of the PM function?
Innovation has been a key driver for growth of the 3 nations – USA, India and Israel. In the report, we analyze the unique characteristics demonstrated by these leading economies with respect to innovation and the possible synergies that exist.