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What India's 12th National Five-Year Plan Means For ICT Vendors

Aligning Strategies With Key Government Priorities Is The Key To Success

May 30, 2012

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The Indian public sector is an extremely difficult market for IT vendors due to its extended business cycles and high levels of diversity, hypercompetition, bureaucracy, and procurement complexity. Nevertheless, as one of the market's largest IT buyers and centers of gravity, it cannot be ignored. The most critical factor driving the Indian public sector over the next five years will be India's 12th national five-year plan, which covers the period from 2012 to 2017. This report provides a comprehensive review of India's new government spending framework and what it means for ICT vendors looking to successfully position for success.

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Table of Contents

  • Why Vendor Strategists Should Care About India's 12th Five-Year Plan
  • Clear Priorities Will Shape Government Spending From 2012 To 2017
  • Despite The Promise And New Approach, Many Challenges Remain
  • RECOMMENDATIONS

  • How To Capitalize On India's Buoyant Government ICT Spending Growth
  • Supplemental Material
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