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Nasscom Global In–house Centres Conclave 2017

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Today, there are 1000+GICs in India which are generating approximately $19Billion revenue for the nation. The Global In- House centers are providing about 745 people employment in this huge nation where employment is a pondering issue. GICs operate in India across all service lines – IT services, BPO, Engineering services and software product development. BFSI, software, telecom and semi-conductor are the key industry verticals with growing concentration in aerospace, healthcare, pharma and biotech.

Nasscom has a huge contribution in the development of GICs in India. It has a separate GIC forum in the locations at Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Northern region and Pune.

GICs have experienced a paradigm shift, from being offshore service delivery centers to strategic enablers that support growth, differentiation and innovation in global enterprises. With the ongoing success and mainstreaming of GICs, the evolution of the operating model is complete and GIC 3.0 has arrived! GIC 3.0 is the manifestation of the infinite potential of this operating model, initiated by Nasscom.

The rapid adoption of ‘captive centers’ by global enterprises resulted in NASSCOM introducing the term ‘Global In-house Center’ (GIC). As a GIC 3.0 moves beyond being a ‘center’, it’s time to recognize its close integration with the global enterprise.

The Nasscom GIC conclave 2016 was a big hit – Over 650 delegates from 160 GICs, 9 Deep Dive Corners, 48 mesmerizing speakers and 23 Sponsors were at the event to debate and discuss the imperatives for the Global enterprises in terms of leadership development, Devops and Business Agility, impact of RPA, AI, Big Data, Innovation Vs Execution in managing the transitional challenges of the Global enterprises and the role that GICs could play. There were 21 sessions and 48 speakers including the COO of DCB Bank, Vice President of Cargill Inc., EVP of Target Corporation.

The 8th edition of GIC Conclave is to be in Hyderabad, proffering the theme ‘GICs 3.0: Accelerating Enterprise Transformation’. The objective is to demonstrate the global enterprises the thought leadership of GICs in enabling the enterprise in transformation and awareness to the fellow GICs on the impact, expectations, Experiences in the new paradigm to deliver enhanced value to the stakeholders. A powerful platform indeed, for experience sharing amongst peers.


The below themes will be discussed in details –

  • Global Enterprise Imperatives
  • Trending technology
  • The new GIC technology
  • Disruptive Data
  • Evolving Talent Management

Since the event is due to happen in April, Nasscom is still open to sponsorship leads. By choosing to be a sponsor at this event, you will get –

  • Brand visibility
  • To connect with key decision makers
  • Opportunity to invite global leaders and showcase thought leadership
  • Content branding through authored blogs, social media outreach

If you are interested, reach out to Mukesh Rawat today!

Event Details

When – 20th and 21st April 2017

Where – HICC (Hyderabad International Convention Centre)

Time – 08:00 AM to 05:15 PM

Registration – Register here. The event invites 4 different types of registration:

  • Special Offer, valid till 10th March 2017 – Rs. 12, 000 for member and non-members
  • Early Bird Fee, valid till 10th March 2017 – Rs. 13, 000 for member and Rs. 14, 000 for non-member
  • Regular fee valid till 17th April 2017 – Rs. 15,000 for member and Rs. 16,000 for non-member
  • Special Deal – 5 and above registration – 10% discount on early bird and regular fee

10 and above registration – 15% discount on early bird and regular fee




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