Technology Research & Acquisition

Technology Research & Acquisition services include:

  • Landscape Review - technology solution selection and review of the key vendors to implement business requirements

  • Service provider Short listing - gathering the requirements to provide a list of qualified vendors

  • Vendor selection - providing a formal and goal oriented process for selecting technologies to meet business requirements

  • Contract negotiations support - SLA agreements

Deliverables:

  • digital transformation research insights

  • assessment of the future direction of emerging technologies

  • business model validation against futurist scenarios stress-testing

  • new business models generation

Benchmarking of Vendor Offerings

  • Technical & Functional | Key Focus Areas | Best of Breed Vs. Integrated Solution

  • Commercial (Business Model, Pricing, Premium, Value Added Offering)

  • Market Aspects & Operational Strength (Branding, Market Share, Key Customers, Distributors, Patents, Pipeline Products, Value Added Service Offerings)

Technology Assessment

Provides an analysis of the dynamics of an emerging or established technology or the technologies and disruptions contained within a specific product.

Helps formulate a product development and positioning strategy in order to gain competitive edge through product/solution enhancement and incorporation of new features.

Study scope:

  • Scanning the market landscape in evaluating emerging technologies, adoption scenarios, and determine the future growth potential of new developments by launching new technologies;

  • Identifying vendors across different verticals to determine their product portfolio, channel partners, business models, strategies, and recent developments.

End User Analysis

Study scope:

  • Innovative trends and developments;

  • Identifying unmet needs;

  • Market share analysis;

  • Identifying the different needs of customers and providing the best possible solutions;

  • Customer perception mapping, brand awareness, usage levels, satisfaction levels, factors influencing selection;