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    SI 100

    A few years back, if you were an Indian in the SFO airport, people easily assumed that you were related to the IT export business. That is how the accepted norm was earlier. Yes, Indians have proved themselves that they are good in outsourcing services business. Today what I have observed from the conversations with Fortune 500 CXOs is that the “Services” tag which we got about a decade back is fading away and Indians are now the toast of Silicon Valley for building several path breaking product companies in ground breaking technologies, proving themselves to become the best in the product business.
Content

The Metrics of an E-Commerce Success

Ajay Kumar, CEO, Monoprice, Inc.

Venture in Life Comforting and Time Saving Applications

Venky Ganesan, Managing Director, Menlo Ventures

Focusing On Unique Problems Gives an Edge

Upal Basu, Partner & Managing Director, Nokia Growth Partners

Engagement and Communication: Keys to a Successful IT Organization

Nancy S. Wolk, CIO, Alcoa - Global Business Services

Create Cultures that Drive and Nurture Personal Re-Invention

Gerrit Schutté, SVP & CIO, ConAgra Foods, Inc.

Consumerization of Healthcare

William A. Spooner, SVP &CIO, Sharp HealthCare

Nexus of New Forces: Big Data, Cloud, Mobile and Social

Michael Hedges, Vice President & CIO, Medtronic

Focus on Niche Technologies

Neal V Goyal, Founder & CEO, Caldera Investment Group