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For India's Tier I companies, it is critical to look outside India and look more like IBM and SAP. We expect that cross-border transactions will pick up over the next 36 months as these companies acquire growth and relevancy. For Tier II companies, they need to look inward to make certain they are highly focused and specialized serving high-demand markets like healthcare or human resources. Those companies that excel in a niche will also be attractive for a cross-border transaction, as the big global players may want to integrate them to bolster services in one of their verticals."
To address these issues, martinwolf is hosting a panel on October 3, 2012 at the ITC Windsor in Bangalore with the law firm Khaitan & Co., HSBC India, Grant Thornton India LLP, and the Bangalore Chamber of Industry and Commerce (BCIC) to explore the challenges facing India's IT companies at this inflection point. The firm will report on the findings of the panel's insights.
About martinwolf Global M&A Advisors
With offices in San Francisco and Bangalore, India, martinwolf is the world's leading middle market IT M&A advisory, with over 115 transactions completed in six countries.