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The vice-president of the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) was reflecting on the role NASSCOM currently played: it was considered the voice of the software and services industry in India and had been extremely successful in promoting Indian information technology (IT) to the world. Each success had now forced NASSCOM to reconsider its goals to better align itself to the complex needs of the quickly evolving IT business process outsourcing (IT-BPO) industry in India. The vice-president had been asked to address attendees at a leadership conference with details of NASSCOM's strategic refocusing. How could NASSCOM maintain its relevance in an industry that was already considered a global leader? How would NASSCOM position itself in response to its own president's desire to focus on the small-medium enterprise (SME) segment of the Indian industry, and also in response to a report that identified the domestic market as a significant future growth driver of IT enabled services? What role would it play, and how would it get there?
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