[INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT SERVICES] Not Cloud Alone, There Are Other Tailwinds for Infrastructure ManagementSourabh Chandra Pushp
Market momentum created by the rising profile of offshore suppliers, maturing global delivery, productization of services and consulting offerings, and industry consolidation is rapidly shaping the growth for IMS
Leaders in IMS help buyers in transforming their IT from being a business support tool to one that adds business value. In terms of economics, IMS helps to variabilize their IT costs.
Main drivers for this market include companies´ focus in reducing operational costs and improving operational systems, the increasing confidence in medium/long term outsourcing deals after economy recovery and cloud computing concept, including virtualization technologies,” says Marcelo Kawanami, Frost & Sullivan ICT Industry Manager.
The market for IT infrastructure management services is evolving rapidly as enterprises are aiming at cutting down spends on buying and maintaining infrastructure resources internally.
This coupled with the ease of global delivery offered by infrastructure service providers is resulting in a surge of demand for outsourcing.
In the recent years, a major development has been the convergence of the Remote Infrastructure Management Outsourcing (RIMO) and traditional Infrastructure Outsourcing (IO) models. The RIMO model is gaining a wider acceptance with buyers, resulting in a larger number of high-value offshore infrastructure management outsourcing deals, including new engagements signed by traditional infrastructure suppliers.
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