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Enterprise Software Industry: The Impending Structural Change

A somewhat dense article by S. Sadagopan of Satyam, but worthwhile read. 

Link: SandHill.com | Management | New Era, New Thinking.

The next big thing that could engulf the enterprise software industry could be the change in the industry structure - one that could keep all in the industry quite engaged for years to come. ...

With globalization and a flat world increasingly beginning to force
enterprises to become more competitive the business climate began to
slowly change - the new rule of the game demanded agility as the key
driver for success in general - the game changed and began to favor the
fast moving against the slower one and big size did not necessarily
confer advantages on business entities by default. The technology world
has to keep pace - the announcement of arrival of SOA & Web
Services are beginning to show promise of containing the demon Viz. complexity - that has been just controlled but not eliminated.  ...

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