The Financial Year 2012 (FY2012) is a landmark year – while the Indian IT-BPO industry weathered uncertainties in the global business environment, this is also the year when the industry is set to reach a significant milestone – aggregate revenue for FY2012 is expected to cross USD 100 billion. Aggregate IT software and services revenue (excluding hardware) is estimated at USD 88 billion.

Souce: Nasscom

Milestone year for the Indian IT-BPO industry-aggregate revenues cross the USD 100 billion mark, exports at USD 69 billion

  • Within the global sourcing industry, India was able to increase its market share from 51 per cent in 2009, to 58 per cent in 2011, highlighting India’s continued competitiveness and the effectiveness of India-based providers delivering transformational benefits
  •  Export revenues (including Hardware) estimated to reach USD 69.1 billion in FY2012 growing by over 16 per cent; Domestic revenues (including Hardware) estimated to reach about USD 31.7 billion, growing by over 9 per cent
  • Software and services revenues (excluding Hardware), comprising nearly 87 per cent of the total industry revenues, expected to post USD 87.6 billion in FY2012; with an estimated growth of about 14.9 per cent over FY2011
  • Within Software and services exports, IT services accounts for 58 per cent, BPO is nearly 23 per cent and R&D and Software Products account for 19 per cent
  • The industry continues to be a net employment generator – expected to add 230,000 jobs in FY2012, thus providing direct employment to about 2.8 million people, and indirectly employing 8.9 million people
  • As a proportion of national GDP, the sector revenues have grown from 1.2 per cent in FY1998 to an estimated 7.5 per cent in FY2012
  • The industry’s share of total Indian exports (merchandise plus services) increased from less than 4 per cent in FY1998 to about 25 per cent in FY2012
  • While the global macroeconomic scenario remained uncertain, the industry exhibited resilience and adaptability in continually reinventing itself to retain its appeal to clients
  • Embracing emerging technologies, increased customer-centricity, deepening focus on new markets, adopting new business models are some successful growth strategies followed by the industry




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