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Herndon, VA, United States, 2008/12/11 - IDC has profiled BlueAlly in a recent publication titled, “BlueAlly — Vendor Profile Series for Research and Development/Product Engineering Services”. The report is published under a series of IDC publications for Global Sourcing Strategies.
IDC, the premier global market intelligence firm, featured BlueAlly as a major vendor in the research and development/product engineering services segment in July 2008. IDC identifies BlueAlly’s key success factors as best-of-breed partnerships, engagement models and frameworks and IP.
In IDC’s opinion, “BlueAlly (a Megasoft company) has remained focused on offering services in the R&D/product development domain. Its product realization offering has enabled it to create reusable intellectual property (IP) components for its customers." IDC rightly acknowledges BlueAlly’s vision "to help its customers ’get ahead of the curve’ by employing cutting-edge technologies, new development methods, and customized delivery models to release market-leading products."
In the research and development/product engineering services category, IDC analyzed BlueAlly’s capacity and released a publication titled, BlueAlly — Vendor Profile Series for Research and Development/Product Engineering Services. Other featured vendors in this category include Accenture, Wipro, HCL Technologies, EDS, Infosys, Tata Consultancy Services, Sierra Atlantic, Patni, and Satyam. IDC will publish all of these profiles in one major competitive analysis document.
Leveraging IDC's expert understanding of the competitive landscape and future outlook, the report highlights BlueAlly’s vision, core competencies, differentiators, financial and employee data, key markets, infrastructure, certification, strategic investments, partnerships, and alliances. Along with these highlighted areas, IDC includes customer examples tailored to the investment professional's needs.
Of BlueAlly, IDC says…
“BlueAlly has done a good job of designing and developing approximately 250 commercial grade off-the-shelf products for its customers. Its customers can leverage this in-house expertise at BlueAlly and use these products across their product life cycle to create and get their products to market faster.”
“BlueAlly’s IP-CP3 platform (IP creation, procurement, protection, and propagation) enables it to provide services across all phases of its concept-to-market partnerships, meeting the needs of its customers. The platform enables BlueAlly to integrate technologies and tools with processes in compliance with several standards and maturity models.”
“BlueAlly has a repository of more than 300 software components and nearly 50 product frameworks that can be widely used in executing projects, saving time and money for its customers.”
Commenting on the publication, BlueAlly President Vijay Tanamala stated, “We are very pleased to receive such positive coverage in our first IDC report. BlueAlly is delighted to be featured as a major vendor in the Research and Development/Product Engineering Services marketplace. We are proud that IDC has recognized BlueAlly’s success-vetted and compelling combination of process frameworks, innovation platforms such as the IP-CP3, and industry-leading partnership models for outsourced product development services.”