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Business and Startups

Place to discuss anything and everything about business and startups. From economics, to investments to startup gossip, to technology et al.

Rohit pande , Have a view on many things but happy to thras Oct, 14 2016

With hardly any global product, can Indian IT afford to lose the highly successful services model ?


While product startups abound, there is no credible breakthrough product\ to show as output to all the Indian software prowess

Can India afford to lose its mainstay of economy and global recognition for techies. If this dies, what would be left of the Indian IT story


http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/tech/ites/infosys-tcs-numbers-reflect-everything-that-is-wrong-with-indias-it-sector/articleshow/54847407.cms

While product startups abound, there is no credible breakthrough product\ to show as output to all the Indian software prowessCan India afford to lose its mainstay of economy and global recognition for techies. If this dies, what would be left of the Indian IT storyhttp://economictimes.indiatimes.com/tech/ites/infosys-tcs-numbers-reflect-everything-that-is-wrong-with-indias-it-sector/articleshow/54847407.cms

Nikhil Dua , BITS alumnus, Market research analyst at Cred Oct, 15 2016


What do you say about this:




Vivek Sharma , Pursuing Msc. Physics at IIT D Oct, 14 2016


Service sector boom or its slow down has a lot to do with the timing as well. IT wasn't everybody's thing when Indian IT sector shooted up. Few knew how to build it and business were realising the importance of it. Now building softwares/technology is much more easier much more democratic. Plug in to a few courses and you are ready to do it, resources are cheap, competition is high, inhouse team for technology is a thing now.

So one cannot just blame it on startups.

Service sector boom or its slow down has a lot to do with the timing as well. IT wasn't everybody's thing when Indian IT sector shooted up. Few knew how to build it and business were realising the importance of it. Now building softwares/technology is much more easier much more democratic. Plug in t


S.N Raman , learning, hope to be more aware :) PhD schola Oct, 14 2016


Service sector already reached its peak and was bound to slow down


Sameer Raza , Learning. Student forever. Oct, 14 2016


I was having same discussion with a friend. Service sector is the only sector since independence where India has been value-positive. Otherwise from manufacturing to agriculture to so called startup boom we have are value-negitive, if our our frame of reference is the whole world.


Rohit pande , Have a view on many things but happy to thras Oct, 14 2016


Yes and if even that dies. Imagine.