NEW DELHI: The domestic IT- ITeS market is likely to grow 13.4% in 2009, the slowest since 2003, as per market research firm IDC India. The market which includes hardware, software and services, grew 17.3% in 2008 to generate revenue worth Rs 1,01,031 crore.
India is likely to witness a slower growth in the coming five years, IDC said. The domestic IT-ITeS market is expected to record an average growth rate of 16.4% in 2009-13, against 24.3% during 2003-08. The slower growth will see enhanced competition, leading to a change in strategy and continuous market re-alignment on the part of players, it said.
"The issues in the short run, more pronounced throughout 2009, will be productivity, cost savings and customer retention. This would eventually pave way for innovative services by leveraging the existing infrastructure and aligning it with emerging opportunities," IDC India country manager Kapil Dev Singh.
The research firm said global IT-ITeS market is expected to grow only 2.6% in 2009, against 5% in 2008 and much slower than 7% in 2007. Despite a lower growth rate, India will continue to be the fastest-growing IT market in Asia Pacific, followed by China, Vietnam, Thailand and Philippines.
In the domestic market, the product categories expected to grow faster than the average include collaborative applications, storage software, system and network management software. Within IT services, segments likely to outgrow the average include desktop management, information systems outsourcing, network management and application management. Solutions such as virtualisation, unified communications and business continuity services will also grow faster on account of enterprises' focus on cost savings.
Among emerging technologies, cloud computing services such as software as a service (SaaS) will be tested and adopted on a larger scale and will perform even better than in 2008. IDC said the economic slowdown will further increase and accelerate the adoption of outsourcing services by the Indian enterprises, while consumer spending on IT will moderate. There will also be increased consolidation among outsourcing vendors.
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