It’s unlikely that any type of enterprise IT vendor will be more important than IT services providers to the changing face of business IT, and to the digital-first reshaping of global business.
The big question is, will the leaders be today’s most influential providers, transitioned to the new realities, or will it be another group or type of services providers built around today’s nascent, digital-business-first technologies and innovative business practices?
This week, Saugatuck CEO Bill McNee, Sales VP Al Vanek, and I participated in “Future Smart. Achieving Success in the Digital World,” the Sourcing Industry Conference (SIC) hosted in Dallas by Saugatuck parent Information Services Group (ISG) along with more than 170 sourcing industry providers from all markets. We spent time discussing enterprise business changes – especially the emergence of Cloud, mobility, analytics, and Digital Business – and their impacts on IT outsourcing of all types with longtime Saugatuck clients Accenture, Cognizant, IBM, and Wipro, along with representatives from Atos, Genpact, HCL, HP, Infosys, TCS, Xerox and too many others to list here.
Ongoing clients of Saugatuck’s CRS subscription research service will see more in-depth insights from these conversations over the coming weeks. The net for this blog post is this: The business IT world is, right now, changing faster and creating more new types of opportunity for IT services providers than we have ever seen previously. But at Continue reading ISG SIC 2015 – The New, Scary, IT Services Reality