The Indian software industry is growing at over 50% per year and largely dependent on exports of products and services is one of the few industries that are considered to be globally competitive in this country. This Note may be a discussion of the applications and limitations of frameworks for assessing the impacts on the geographical globalization potential. Also allows a discussion of the strategic imperatives for leading competitors in the industry, if they company-specific benefits, rather they are … Read more »

The Indian software industry is growing at over 50% per year and largely dependent on exports of products and services is one of the few industries that are considered to be globally competitive in this country. This Note may be a discussion of the applications and limitations of frameworks for assessing the potential impacts on the geographical globalization. Also allows a discussion of the strategic imperatives for the leading competitors in the industry, if they can create company-specific advantages rather than geographical ones.
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Pankaj Ghemawat
26 pages.
Release date: 07 September, 1999. Prod #: 700036-PDF-ENG
Indian software industry in 2002 HBR case solution