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Monday, June 12, 2006

Tech's Growth Levers

This week's Deep End column is focussed on the new levers for growth for the technology industry. Sceptics talk about the maturation of the technology industry and the limited prospects for future growth. The rampant changes and innovation going on in business technology architecture would create a new impetus for technology growth. The rate of change is so rapid that technology based competitive advantage looks like an advantage that can hold only for a while, as the momentum in adoption forces leading edge/innovative companies to look for newer and newer technologies. Clearly this time around this cycle is getting shorter & shorter. Technology advances, innovative networks, social networks and a few others shall unleash a huge amount of forces chasing innovation & facilitating competitiveness in unique ways - & with most enterprises ever willing to adopt newer & newer technologies - the tech sector is poised for a huge growth moving forward. Those who doubt tech's ability to grow moving forward will have a huge surprise as these forces get unleashed and begin to demonstrate value to enterprises. In such a scenario creating a new business & technology architecture is increasingly becoming an art, a craft, a discipline to build globally competitive enterprises.The technology world would be forced to deliver on its promise: enable new form of architecture enmeshing process specifications to fulfill business requirements. Read the full post here.

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