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Evalueserve - Intellectual Property Patent Search Services

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Emerging Opportunities in India Presentation by Evalueserve

Dr. Alok AggarwalFounder & [email protected]

June 15, 2005

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Presentation Plan Evalueserve An Overview Indias Emerging High-Tech Industry Capital Markets & Other Emerging Opportunities

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Presentation Plan Evalueserve An Overview Indias Emerging High-Tech Industry Capital Markets & Other Emerging Opportunities

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Evalueserve is a Knowledge Process Outsourcing company that provides Analytics & Research services to small, medium and large companies around the world

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Achievements .Founded & Commenced OperationsFirst major client signed upAcquired the IP of CommNOW in USAAchieved profitability 12 Client-Execs, 23 support & 205 Professionals26 Client-Execs, 94 support & 650 Professionals22 Client-Execs, 78 support & 450 Professionals12-00 07-01 03-02 12-02 12-03 12-04 06-05 08-05 12-05After achieving profitability, EVS has been doubling every year and hopes to do so until December 2006!Goal: To have 5,500 billable professionals by December 2010.Expected: 35 Client-Execs, 100 support & 900 ProfessionalsEVS-Shanghai Research Centre Will be Operational

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Management TeamChairmanPhD, Johns Hopkins in EECSBTech (Elec) IIT DelhiEx-Director of IBM (16 years, US/India)

VP Marketing and SalesIBM Marketing & Sales ExecutiveManaged worldwide B2B Sales GroupManaged worldwide Supply Chain Sales GroupPresident & CEOMBA, INSEADMasters in Telecommunications Engineering, ETH ZurichEx-Partner at McKinseyCOO & VP OperationsMBA, Carnegie MellonBTech (Mech.) IIT DelhiEx-Engagement Manager, McKinsey & Co.

Alok AggarwalMarc VollenweiderRobert DaigleAshish Gupta

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Truly GlobalNorth AmericaDr. Alok Aggarwal, NYRobert G. Daigle, MEDavid E. Cooley, CTAndrew Adelson, MADonald Kruszenski, CAEdmund Voyer, NYGeorge Sawyer, CAMarty Perelstein, CAMahesh Bhatia, CARavi Prakash, CASumathi Pundit, CanadaEvalueserveHolding company registered at BermudaEuropeMarc Vollenweider, AT & CHMike Taylor, UKAmie Stark, UKOllie Snelling, UKGeoff Simmons, UKPrajeet Patel, NordicTomas Backman, NordicHedda P Moller, BENELUXJean Francois Lengelle, FranceReinhard Lorek, SwitzerlandUrs Dommann, Switzerland IndiaAshish Gupta, Delhi-Gurgaon650 professionalsInfrastructure, HR, IT, Finance, LogisticsAsia-PacificDaniel Sadhu, SingaporeWilliam Kemmery, AustraliaMarketing and Sales, Front-end on client projectsOperations, Service Back-end OfficesIsraelLaurence Neumann BrazilJos Edson Bacellar, Brazil

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Evalueserves Research Services

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Six Service Lines with Strong SynergiesMarket ResearchDesign, Conduct, Analysis of SurveysExperience of more than 15,000 surveys so farB2B surveys includingSpending Decision CriteriaB2C surveys includingConsumer Preferences and BehaviourDecision CriteriaIntellectual PropertyIP Research and AnalysisPatentability Assessment SearchTechnology Due-DiligencePatent Landscape analysisPatent drafting and filingData Analytics ResearchFinancial Modeling for Fixed Income and Hybrid Instruments Market Risk AnalysisCredit Risk analysisAsset Liability ManagementUsage Pattern AnalysisInvestment ResearchValuation of public and privately-held companiesCreating/ Updating/ Maintaining/ Auditing Valuation ModelsBusiness ResearchMarket Studies & Segment AnalysisCommercialisation and Business PlansCompany, Industry Profiles & AnalysisProduct & Value Chain AnalysisUpdating Databases & Existing ResearchNewsletters (outsourcing and off shoring, telecom, financial services)Emerging Markets ResearchOpened EVS Shanghai Research Center that will be operational in August 2005 Research on India and ChinaCover 8 Languages in addition to English and Indian languages: German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Portuguese, Japanese and Korean

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Presentation Plan Evalueserve An Overview Indias Emerging High-Tech Industry Capital Markets & Other Emerging Opportunities

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IT off-shoring Revenues for Apr. 1, 2003 Mar 31, 2004 were $17 Billion approximately*In addition, nearly 58,000 Indian IT professionals with H1B and L1 visas in US, UK etc. generate revenues of $3.88 Billion.** For Canada, China, and Ireland, this number also includes those IT professionals who work in manufacturing and software producing companies that export products to other countries.

CountryNumber of Export-focussed IT ProfessionalsIT Export Revenues(million $)Canada**30,0002,100China**42,0001,680CIS & Eastern European countries9,000265India*212,0007,560Ireland**60,0003,840Israel15,000900Mexico, South Africa, Latin America4,000135Russia8,000285The Philippines5,000170 Total385,00016,935

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Prediction: Global off-shoring opportunity in business processes (non- IT) will be $141 Billion by 2008Current cost of all business elements with remote location potentialSavings generated by new business models288429141

Price of procuring the service from a low cost location such as India3315154418

Non- IT Services 2008Source: NASSCOM-McKinsey Report, 1999 15

118141

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However, only 39% of the total off-shoring opportunity is likely to be realized even by 2010According to Evalueserve, global off-shore BPO (non-IT) revenue in FY 2003 was $8.9 Billion and this industry will grow at 30% CAGR (during 2004-2010).According to NASSCOM- McKinsey report, the BPO (non-IT) opportunity for 2008 is $141 Billion but Evalueserve estimates that only $54.6 Billion will be realized by 2010, and 2.12 million people in low-wage countries will be thereby employed. About 1.07 million of these people will be employed in India by 2010.

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Examples of two industries low end to high endIT IndustryInsurance IndustryProgramming and Maintenance Services

Project Implementation

Package Implementation

System Integrations

IT-led- Business Strategy100% off-shoring possible80:20 or (100-x) : x delivery modelContact Centers & Customer Support

Claims Processing & Policy Servicing

Underwriting & Asset ManagementKnowledge Process Operations: Domain Expertise required

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Low-end services are likely to grow from 7.7 Billion in 2003 to $39.8 Billion by 2010

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Knowledge Process Outsourcing likely to grow from $1.2 Billion in 2003 to $16 Billion by 2010

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India is likely to earn about one-third in higher end services and so may other countriesIndia provided $3.5 Billion of BPO and KPO (but non-IT) services in 2003 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 36% during 2004-2010. Hence, it is likely to earn $30 Billion in 2010 by providing these services.

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Presentation Plan Evalueserve An Overview Indias Emerging High-Tech Industry Capital Markets & Other Emerging Opportunities

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Other Growth AreasPharmaceuticalsSpecialty ChemicalsExports to grow from $12 billion/year to $30 billion/year by 2010Exports to grow from $2 billion / year to $14 billion / year by 2015$10 billion domestic market growing at 6% per year $4 billion export market growing at 20% per yearInvestment opportunities driven by CR&Ms (contract research & manufacturing)India has the largest number of US FDA approved plants outside the USExports from $1 billion/year to $25 billion/year by 2015CR & MS opportunity of $5 billion over the next 5 yearsSource: Made in India, A CII-Mckinsey Report, Oct 2004

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Other Growth AreasAuto ComponentsExports grew at CAGR of 26% between FY99 and FY04 According to ACMA, this will grow at CAGR of 38% until 2015TextilesExports to grow from $12 billion/year to $30 billion/year by 2010Exports from $1 billion/year to $25 billion/year by 2015

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