Software products is about long-term commitment.|
KKPL provides innovative IT and business solutions
to customers by properly mixing onshore and
offshore IT resources
to give clear strategic advantages in cost and quality.
With our deep technical and domain expertise, KKPL
offers quality IT solutions that aligns the customer’s
short and long-term strategic goals.
With our offshore business process outsourcing capabilities,
KKPL can offer services in full software
that spans project strategic planning; architectural design; implementation; and, governance.
KEY VALUE PROPOSITIONS :
KKPL has access to the Inversion of Control ( LoC ) pattern,
also known as Dependency Injection,
of better software.The LoC concept using object-oriented design principles and features such as interface; inheritance;
and polymorphism, enables better software design that facilitates reuse; loose coupling; and easy
testing of software components.
- Capabilities to offer end-to-end business and technical solutions
- Strong domain expertise in various vertical industries
- Top notch consulting skills ranging from Business analysis to Project implementation
- Strong project management skills by appropriately blending offshore and onshore resources
The domestic market in India for software products
is on the rise due to large number of organizations
software solutions that help them address their core business problems.The
addressable market for Indian software product businesses
is estimated to reach US $290 billion by 2015.
The Indian software product market size is less than 1%
of the global market.
But, it is growing three times as fast
as the global market.
By 2015, Indian software product business revenues would be more
evenly balanced between domestic and overseas sales.
The current share of revenues from the domestic market of 32%
is expected to shoot up to 41% by 2015,
and will be around
US $ 4 to 5 billion in value terms.
Software products market is certainly the most risky
of spaces in terms of returns;
yet Venture Capital
seems to be flowing towards software product makers.
software product business is a safer avenue for
investment as compared with IT services business.
Venture funds are expected to bring in around US $20 billion by 2012 into software product companies.
Venture funding of Indian software product companies rose from US $76 million in 2005
to US $156 million in 2007.
The Venture capitalists are now looking for alternative areas of investment, and, the technology space, especially, software product
start-ups, has caught their attention.
The interest is not without basis.
The primary driver is the domestic macro economic conditions,
which have turned around in the last decade.
Cost-arbitrage has also played a role in pulling Venture capitalists to the segment. India definitely provides a significant cost advantage over other key geographies which makes it
the preferred destination for product business activities.