WHAT YOU’LL KNOW AFTER READING
This is a comprehensive, enterprise-focused analysis of Wipro that provides information on its key financials, contract analysis, representative customer base, and geographic scope along with strengths, weaknesses, and key strategic directions. The content of this report is drawn from previously published HFS reports featuring Wipro and considers all IT and business process-focused services that support the HFS OneOffice framework.
WHAT THIS BUYERS’ GUIDE COVERS
The following topics are covered in detail: Strategy Strengths and weaknesses Industry and horizontal offerings Blueprint performance: Top 10 performance covered from 2014 to 2018 Financials Location capabilities Contract analysis
KEY SERVICE PROVIDER DYNAMICS
Wipro has two main area of focus, one grow Digital revenue and grow global presence. Digital contributed more than 30% of Wipro’s revenues in FY 2018 and continues to scale. The company has trained more than 100,000 employees on digital technologies. Nevertheless, Infrastructure and application management continue to stand out as Wipro’s core strengths and clients appreciate the execution excellence in these areas. At the back of Digital evolution, it’s become more possible for Wipro to grow presence out of offshore locations and hire locals in the US. The company has more than 1,000 employees in each of its local delivery centers across Florida, California, Georgia, and Texas. The nearshore investments are also on the rise, a new facility in Mexico has the capacity to grow to 7,000 employees. Wipro is rapidly creating new avenues to innovate and develop derivative intellectual properties (IPs) as differentiators. As part of this strategy, Wipro is increasing its investments through its venture programs that bring in new ideas, crowdsourcing, and innovation.
WHO SHOULD READ THIS REPORT
Sourcing Managers Procurement Professionals Buyer Department Heads Outsourcing Advisors Knowledge Analysts