Industry Expertise


    As most technology executives well know, running software,hardware and technology service businesses requires a long-term outlook and adaptability to the new or growing markets. Our teams have worked with many clients in computer software and hardware sector including semiconductors, IT services,Data storage, components and peripherals sectors. Business concepts consulting cross-sector expertise and global insight will help our clients in technology companies compete and thrive in an industry where innovation is both an opportunity and a threat.


   Our teams at business concepts consulting  have worked with many clients in computer software and hardware, semiconductor, IT services,  data storage, components and peripherals sectors. Our clients include nine of the ten largest technology conglomerates, four of the five leading software manufacturers and many  participants in the semiconductor industry. Our experience extends across the world.
Business concepts consulting works with all companies in all stages of industry and life cycles. Our team's help:
  • Most market leaders think through how acquisitions, adjacency moves, refined customer segmentation, sharpen sales force effectiveness, streamlined R&D processes,including strategic sourcing and cost reduction efforts can help them maintain, or even increase all their advantages.
  • The companies that have hit a slow streak find defensible ideas and, overhaul their cost structure while thinking through and execute potential changes in the capital structure.
  • Most emerging players continue their trajectory by helping them to scale their organizations and processes to the increased complexity of their market participation.
  • Many private equity portfolio companies align strategic imperatives with their new owners, develop and implement detailed plans to improve operational performance.
Business concepts consulting works with Many of the leading technology companies to help build strategic plans that address the industry’s challenges, such as how technical and business model innovations shape the growth of a company’s core business; the best ways in which cloud computing will impact the business; and whether a company should consider entry into the services profit pools of the industry and if so, how.

Business concepts consulting technology practice also provides clients with comprehensive how-to expertise via our Media and Telecommunications practices.
In addition, our Private Equity group has an extensive history of involvement in the technology industry. 


    Many technology companies face daunting and sometimes contradictory challenges. On one hand, new markets and competitors continue to emerge, driven by innovation around seven general themes:
  • By doing IT architecture shifts
  • Create and emergence of new computing and communication platforms
  • By pure technical innovation
  • Develop new business models
  • By emergence of new ways to communicate
  •  Create "Accessory" opportunities created in the wake of platform success
  • By new applications generated by business processes
On the other hand, while changes are constant, In the themes in technology are perennial. In general, the new supplements rather than supplants the old, resulting in an increasingly complex landscape.
In a parallel to this continued innovation, many "older" swaths of the high-tech industry are maturing, following the same classic patterns are seen in other industries:
  • By increasing competitor concentration
  • More incremental product innovation
  • By increasing customer segment specialization
  • Migration to lower-cost channels
  • (De)regulation
  • Architectural, platform, format and business model shifts
  • The growing role of private equity firms in restructuring industry sectors facing growth challenges