- January 20, 2009
- Posted by: admin
- Categories: Blog, Business Dynamics, Outsourcing & Agility, World Economics
Despite the global economic turmoil, it seems that the media shall continue to create hype around President Elect, Barrack Obama’s ‘Blackberry’ (which happens to be a commercial brand), and how he may have to forego this ‘business necessity’ of his, owing to national security issues.
Instead of using this matter as an excuse for creating brand recognition around a commercial brand, the real matter that needs discussion is how Obama’s ‘technology savvy’ nature shall influence the IT and telecommunications roadmap of the US, on domestic, commercial and economic levels.
The World Bank declaration has already hinted at a change in outsourcing policies, thereby creating millions of opportunities within the US IT sector at the national level. It is also being hinted that Obama may well revolutionize government processes, so as to make them more efficient, transparent and cost effective.
Which industry spheres shall reap the maximum benefits of the Obama regime? Will we see another IT rat race from the nineties, wherein several new corporations will emerge to take over the scene/? Or will the predominant software giants stay large, and in-charge?