This report has been co-developed by NASSCOM and Zinnov through a comprehensive study to understand the GCC Landscape in India.
Zinnov’s Innovation Benchmark for India GCoEs – 2021 evaluates innovative approaches that India GCoEs have taken to date. Read more.
Mexico has become a preferred Center of Excellence hub to expedite digital transformation and form antifragile business solutions.
Setting up a Center of Excellence (COE) is not enough; they must be maintained and managed efficiently. Adopting new technologies, demonstrating business value, building employee relationships, among many other things are crucial to building a COE.
The new Labour Codes have clarified certain aspects of existing laws and extended the reach of others. Here’s a nuanced view on the what and the how of the newly enacted codes.
As time has evolved, so have Global Centers of Excellence and what they mean to HQ. In a post-pandemic world, how can GCoEs create tangible value?
Indian Global Centers of Excellence showed exceptional grit and fortitude in 2020. What will help create a value moat for these GCoEs in 2021? Know more here.
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.
India Global Capability Centres (GCCs) are playing a crucial role in accelerating the adoption of Hyper Intelligent Automation. What are the key factors driving this adoption?
Indian Global Capability Centers have rewritten their narratives. But what were the key factors that transformed the GCC ecosystem in 2019? Read more here.
2019 was a year of transformation for GCCs in India. What were the top 5 trends that shaped the Indian GCC ecosystem? What did the GCCs do differently?
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.
Corporate innovation is not an option but an opportunity. Global Capability Centers need to look beyond the cost paradigm and focus on building new products with the enviable blend of talent, start-ups, and the market available in India.