Wipro Technologies: The Factory Model Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Based in Bangalore, Wipro Technologies is a rapidly growing software services company. Wipro is experimenting with a new software service model that is based on the principles of the Toyota Production System and "lean" manufacturing. Addresses the advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing and how to mitigate the effects of, for example, the capture and deportation to. Explores how Wipro helped its clients to address these issues and looks at the changes in the competitive role of Indian outsourcers (from inexpensive to high-quality/rapid turn). In particular, experimental studies on the use of Lean Wipro as a source of competitive advantage in the software service. Also addresses the issue of standardization in the field of information technology, the study of why the company gradually develop so many standards, and how companies like Wipro can help them to standardize, thus limiting one of the main drivers of company IT costs. "Hide
by Virginia A. Fuller, David M. Upton Source: Harvard Business School 12 pages. Publication Date: October 25, 2005. Prod. #: 606021-PDF-ENG

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