|2012 ICT Outlook|
A Frost & Sullivan Growth Opportunity Briefing
Tuesday, 29 November 2011
3:00pm – 5:30pm
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
1 Fullerton Square Singapore 049178
|Dear [client], |
We are pleased to invite you to the annual Frost & Sullivan ICT Outlook briefing.
The briefing will cover ICT outlook for 2012 with a focus on the roadmap for Telecom transformation, Cloud Computing and Enterprise Communication.
The upcoming trends are reshaping the entire industry landscape. Frost & Sullivan's ace analysts will give you an insight on the new trends, potential shifts in business models and how businesses can prepare in advance for the next year.
Join us at this not-to-be-missed Growth Opportunity Briefing.
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|15:30 - 15:50 || |
Outlook 2012: The Overall ICT Perspective
Nitin Bhat, Partner, Frost & Sullivan
We seem to be at an interesting cusp in the ICT sector where a number of trends like mobility, internet, social networking, cloud, collaboration etc. are dove tailing to potentially restructure the entire industry landscape. This coming together of myriad trends has the potential of creating new business models, either destroying some of the older ones or altering them significantly and creating novel sources of value. This session will cover some of these transformational issues and focus on the implications thereof in the year 2012 for the overall ICT industry.
|15:50 - 16:10 || |
Outlook 2012: Telecom
Jayesh Easwaramony, VP, ICT Practice, Frost & Sullivan
The Post-PC era driven by smart phone, tablets and the platformization of services is transforming the telecom world. As traditional revenue streams like SMS and voice bear the brunt of new apps and social networks, operators are struggling to stay relevant to the new consumer. We look at some mega trends that impact the world of telecom and how operators should focus on revenue generation opportunities and transform at the speed of the internet, to drive value for the industry.
|16:10 - 16:25 ||Networking Break|
|16:25 - 16:45 || |
Outlook 2012: Cloud Computing
Andrew Milroy, Vice President, ICT Research, Frost & Sullivan
Cloud computing is becoming mainstream. This session will focus on ways in which cloud computing can be used to enhance and transform business processes. It will also discuss the challenges that organizations face when implementing cloud computing solutions and how these challenges can be overcome. At the end of the session, you will have a better understanding of the ways in which cloud computing can create a competitive advantage for organizations
|16:45 - 17:05 || |
Outlook 2012: Enterprise Communication
Pranabesh Nath, Industry Manager, ICT Practice, Frost & Sullivan
The enterprise communication needs are rapidly transforming due to the wider interplay of emerging ICT trends. The requirements from enterprise communication from voice, data to collaboration are also evolving and so would therefore be the strategy of their suppliers. This session would cover the broad theme of forcing driving the enterprise communication transformation and focus on what to expect in the year 2012.
|17:05 - 17:30 ||Q&A and End of Briefing|
|About Your Presenters:|
| ||Nitin Bhat |
Nitin has more than 14 years of experience in providing business advisory and forward looking industry insights to the ICT industry in the Asia Pacific region. He drives the consulting business for the ICT Practice in Asia Pacific, responsible for the performance of all customer consulting studies as well as syndicated projects. He is highly sought after for his insights, often featured on CNBC Asia, and is a seasoned presenter and public speaker, having spoken widely at internationally acclaimed trade conferences.
| ||Jayesh Easwaramony |
Jayesh has strong strategy consulting and business planning expertise with large conglomerates and MNCs within the Asia Pacific region. He has a wealth of experience in the TMT sector (Telecom, Traditional Media, New Media, IT Services and BPO). He is a thought leader in the above sectors and regularly presents at top-notch forums and conferences. He is also sought by print and news media for his opinions.
| ||Andrew Milroy |
Andrew has spent more than 17 years in the ICT industry. He is responsible for Frost & Sullivan's research and advisory services across the region. His recent roles have been focused upon the development of research and consulting activities in Europe, Australia and the Asia Pacific region. He has led research and consulting projects in cloud computing and sustainable IT. He has also developed new BPO research and consulting capabilities at Frost & Sullivan.
| ||Pranabesh Nath |
Pranabesh brings an extensive experience in consulting and research for Asia Pacific, as well as global projects. Collaborative computing, Unified Communications, Video & telepresence, Cloud based services on Collaboration & UC and Social Media are his focus areas. Pranabesh manages the Unified Collaboration team at Frost & Sullivan.
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Frost & Sullivan
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