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Big potential for Knowledge Process Outsourcing

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HYDERABAD: The Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) industry in India would be a $12-14 billion market by 2012, said the Managing Director of Deloitte Consulting, Sam Balaji.

During an interaction with reporters here on Friday, during a national seminar on "From BPO to KPO and beyond" organised by Nasscom here, Mr. Balaji said the KPO industry was projected to grow to about $17-18 billion by 2010 of which $12-14 billion would be the share of Indian market.

The Vice-President of Evalueserve, Mohit Srivastava, said the KPO services could reduce design times, manage hardware efficiently and provide research on markets thereby helping in informed-decision making.

The Associate Director, Knowledge Services, Mudit Kulshreshtha, said KPO had gradually emerged as an opportunity for Indian manpower given the consolidation witnessed in the industry.

The Vice-President Satyam Computers, Sridhar Srigiriraju, said cross selling of services offers great opportunity in KPO.

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