Wednesday, 25th February 2009, 19:40:00
Hosted services provider IBM has been rated by an India-based IT research company as a market leader in the country.
A report by Springboard Research said IBM, which provides managed hosting services to around 2,200 organisations in India, is the number one for hosting and consulting services.
The report's publication comes as IBM is reportedly looking to drive forward its partnership with Lotus Live to offer more web hosting services in the Philippines.
Inquirer.net reported that the managed hosting firm could team up with a local telecommunications firm to take advantage of the growing demand among businesses in the country to adopt hosting services through subscription payment models - rather than managing servers on their own premises.
Phil Hassey, vice president of services research at Springboard Research, said multi-year outsourcing deals are became more popular in India among businesses of all sizes.
"Vendors with end-to-end solutions capabilities that span hardware, software, integration and consultancy lead the Indian IT services market," he added.
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