Startups or newly funded ISVs need to demonstrate to investors and stakeholders that they are capable of developing and launching their products quickly while keeping the "burn rate" as low as possible. These ISVs must have solid development strategies that support early and iterative releases during this hectic period of launch.

Valuelinked team can help Startups or newly funded ISVs in the following ways: Take products to market faster while reducing the monthly "burn rate". Reduce risks at each stage of the product launch. Rapidly build collaborative prototypes and demos for stakeholder approval


Emerging ISVs have growth and multiple rounds of funding demand and customer challenges. Valuelinked helps them effectively manage the challenges and costs of bringing in new customers and supporting them. Valuelinked helps these ISVs with:

Rapid implementation and support services for new customers. Building new functionality while keeping costs low. Managing quality and keeping customer satisfaction high

Established ISVs:

Established ISVs need to balance growth and profits. Valuelinked's services help manage development and maintenance processes cost effectively so that these ISVs can focus on the strategic initiatives that are needed for continued market success. Services include:

Providing flexible resource models and coordinating multiple product releases. Full lifecycle product development, enhancements, maintenance and support for older product lines.

  • Improving process, workflow and productivity

  • Cost effective Testing, QA and support services

  • Transformation Stage ISVs

ISVs who have established themselves well in a specific market over a period of time using legacy technology come to Valuelinked with a view to transform / re-engineer their application using new technology such as Open Source, .NET or Java Enterprise Edition or rewrite their product to a Software as a Service (SaaS) platform. This helps them:

Reposition themselves in the market

Keep pace with new technology

Migrate or obtain new customers

Increase revenue opportunities with existing customers

We at Valuelinked help software startups succeed by giving them access to software development tools, connecting them with key industry players, and providing marketing visibility. The services also include access to comprehensive and powerful cloud platform for the creation of web applications and services. In addition, Valuelinked offers technical support, business training and a network of over 2,000 partners to connect members with incubators, investors, advisors, government agencies and hosters. Our team works with ISVs who are in different stages of their business lifecycle: Startups, Emerging, Established, Declining and Transformation. Valuelinked services are optimized to provide value relative to each stage of ISVs.


The healthcare sector remains one of the fastest growing parts of the global economy and one of the biggest challenges facing policy makers and the private sector. The cost of healthcare continues to outpace inflation in virtually every country in the world, and efforts at reform and cost containment make operating a commercial venture in the sector a continually dynamic enterprise. Despite the challenges, though, the sector holds great opportunities driven by the aging population in developed countries, increasing demand for sophisticated therapies and care systems in developing countries, rapidly advancing health technologies.

Health care can be broadly defined as providing medical products, equipment and services to protect, extend, or increase the quality of patients’ lives. Increasingly, the industry encompasses a network of interrelated providers with different areas of expertise, all coordinated to varying degrees to keep us healthy.

The Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) breaks the space into two broad subgroups:

1. Health Care Equipment and Services

2. Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology and Life Sciences

The healthcare category covers the array of market products and services that form the environment in which clinical care is provided, including the financial side of medical markets from private healthcare financing (insurance, managed care, and reimbursement schemes) to public regulation and policy (government programs and subsidies). It also covers issues in care delivery and settings (hospitals, clinics, long-term care facilities, personnel, improvement initiatives, and prevention/wellness programs) and technological product categories that will impact the entire system (hospital information systems, telemedicine, and electronic medical records [EMR]).

The challenges faced are manifold: regulatory and legal compliance; the need to offer customized services to a customer base whose knowledge keeps growing; giving out the right and error-less information at the right time, as even a minuscule error can lead to a ban on the product and negative brand value to the company apart from legal actions.

Valuelinked has been offering solutions to the world since 2012, and has ample experience in the Healthcare sector. Our portfolio spans satisfied health insurers, multi state hospital systems and medical service providers.

We aim to deliver customized and integrated solutions to give your company the edge, since we have a proven track record in integration. Valuelinked delivers a powerful combination of consultative delivery and integration capabilities to create value for our clients and for patients. We are sensitive to the fragility of this sector and its services and ensure that our services guarantee not only customer satisfaction but also customer delight.

Our technology is used to deliver better services and solutions, to provide information to the consumers and help the healthcare companies get close to their customers, to optimize processes and lower costs and to function efficiently. Valuelinked does all this and more: delivering a powerful combination of consultative delivery and integration capabilities to create value for clients and for patients.

Our broad spectrum of services on the booming healthcare sector provides detailed information on the healthcare industry at global as well as country level. We thoroughly study

the demographics of a country to understand its healthcare needs and how the structure of its healthcare industry will look like in foreseen future.

Our research team with analytical expertise prudently analyzes health services market, hospital services, pharmaceutical market, medical equipment & devices market, healthcare spending, and health insurance, to provide comprehensive information on the healthcare sector.We keep a constant track of current market trends to identify the forces working in favor of or against the healthcare market and opportunities being opened by the market to help clients leverage from these opportunities and gain a competitive advantage.


The Global Powers of Retailing analyzes retail performance by primary retail product sector as well as by geography. It includes Four sectors:

  • Fast-Moving Consumer Goods
  • Fashion Goods,
  • Hardlines & Leisure Goods.
  • Diversified.

A company is assigned to one of three specific product sectors if at least half of its sales are derived from that broadly defined product category. If none of the three specific product sectors account for at least 50 percent of a company’s sales, it is considered to be diversified.

The retail sector has recently experienced dramatic technological changes and substantial growth. For example, information technology (IT), such as point-of-sale systems and electronic

business transactions, enables retail stores to manage inventory more efficiently. However,several studies have pointed out that marketing channels in Asian countries are somewhat different from those in the USA and Europe. Many small, family-owned retailers are in operation, and therefore hypermarket density is comparatively low. In addition, in terms

of investment in IT, Asian retail sectors have lagged behind the USA and the EU. The retail and wholesale services sectors (also known as distributive trades) employ nearly 33 million

people. They contributed €1,160 billion to the EU value added in 2011.Retail services are a key intermediary service in the modern economy acting as the conduit between thousands of

product suppliers and consumers. Most consumers in Europe benefit from the EU integrated retail market by buying goods from other Member States in their local shops.

The retail sector is also one of the biggest users of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and thus a driver of innovation. It has a major role to play in the development

of a sustainable economy and also in allowing citizens to face the current economic downturn by giving them easy access to affordable and good quality consumables.

When it comes to retail, the classic point-of-sale attacks have been surpassed by their virtual counterpart: e-commerce attacks emerged as a growing trend during 2012, becoming the

number one targeted asset and accounting for 48% of all investigations. Further, the report found that the two most noteworthy methods of intrusion – SQL injection and remote access – made up 73% of the infiltration methods used. Most victim organizations still rely

on third parties, customers, law enforcement or a regulatory body to notify them a breach has occurred – a worldwide security problem. In particular, businesses seem to be rapidly adopting an outsourced, third-party information technology operations model. A majority (63%) of investigations revealed a third party responsible for system support, development or

maintenance, introduced security deficiencies easily exploited by hackers.

Country Attractiveness: Based on weighted score of market attractiveness, market saturation and time pressure of top 30 countries, we easily see the best retial market potential in the

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At Valuelinked we help Businesses to take a step back and re-evaluate their security posture. We help all developers, particularly in the e-commerce industry to implement a full lifecycle

security plan that includes thoroughly educating themselves and their employees, equipping themselves with the best tools to protect against attacks and making sure they are using

the most reliable resources for zero-day detection. We at Valuelinked understand the retail sector, its players and its trends. Our deep industry knowledge and hands-on experience,

coupled with sound technology and delivery capabilities, ensure that the solutions we provide help companies achieve strategic business targets, optimize business processes, lower costs, leverage employee development and improve margins. We help companies reach their break-even-point faster, increase their ROI, and stay ahead of competition.Our solutions are

employed across various segments of the Retail industry such as pharma, grocery, specialty, food, clothing and convenience retailing. They include consulting, process development,

maintenance and improving the shopping experience in stores. We also have expertise in areas like merchandising, supplier relationship management, and supply chain management. We can provide a 360 degree integrated solution with consulting, BPO, and application infrastructure development.


The global manufacturing sector has undergone a tumultuous decade: large developing economies leaped into the first tier of manufacturing nations, a severe recession choked off

demand, and manufacturing employment fell at an accelerated rate in advanced economies. Still, manufacturing remains critically important to both the developing and the advanced

world. In the former, it continues to provide a pathway from subsistence agriculture to rising incomes and living standards. In the latter, it remains a vital source of innovation and

competitiveness, making outsized contributions to research and development, exports, and productivity growth. But the manufacturing sector has changed—bringing both opportunities

and challenges—and neither business leaders nor policy makers can rely on old responses in the new manufacturing environment.


Manufacturers have always been in the business of balancing trade-offs: revenue enhancement and cost containment; customization and standardization; competition and collaboration.

What's new? The ever increasing complexity in which strategies are decided, plans implemented and decisions made. We can help.

At Valuelinked the value we bring to clients is perspective — what we call 360° thinking. At member firms worldwide, Valuelinked has a depth both functional and industry-specific,

a reach both local and global and an understanding of the balance between concept and execution. With 360° thinking, the tangle becomes straight; the complicated becomes clear;

the complex becomes simple. Perhaps most important, what has been so difficult — achieving meaningful growth — becomes just a little easier. Valuelinked expertise in IT solutions for

the Manufacturing industry enables you to foresee and comprehend the challenges that are changing the Manufacturing industry landscape. In the present day economic environment, the need for an efficient supply chain network to address the market challenges is driving manufacturing enterprises to adopt high performance manufacturing solutions. The challenges

Facing the Manufacturing industry are primarily: Increased complexity due to global expansion, Lower consumer spending, Tight credit markets

We offer custom solutions to enhance profitability and deliver business value through resource optimization and asset utilization across the value chain, including:

  • Product and Application Development
  • Enterprise Content Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Product Lifecycle Management
  • Manufacturing Execution Systems

New Media & Entertainment:

The media and entertainment industry comprises the creation, aggregation, and distribution of content, news and information, advertising, and entertainment through various media channels and platforms. As the study details, the market are highly fragmented, with North America dominating the industry. Asia Pacific (APAC), Latin America, and the Middle East are anticipated to develop rapidly, with APAC witnessing the highest growth during 2012–2017.

The comprehensive guide from Valuelinked will provides readers with valuable information and the tools needed to successfully drive critical business decisions with a thorough understanding of the market’s potential. This will save Valuelinked clients from hundreds of hours in personal research time on a global market and it offers significant benefits in expanding business opportunities throughout the global media and entertainment industry In a fast-paced ever- changing world, business leaders need every advantage available to them in a timely manner to drive change in the market and to stay ahead of their competition. This report provides business leaders with a keen advantage in this regard by making them aware of emerging trends and demand requirements on an annual basis.

Valuelinked services are used by small to multi-national Fortune 500 companies and utilized for a variety of reasons as follows.

  • Business development
  • Strategic planning
  • Business presentation
  • Determination of market size and trend
  • Competitive analysis
  • Resource and Inventory Management
  • Budgeting
  • Investment Decision

Logistics & Supply Chain:

The fortunes of the transport and logistics industry are closely connected to the economic cycle. When economic activity is buoyant, demand for transport and logistics services is equally strong. Consumer and business demand for goods and services inevitably translates into higher demand for transport and logistics services.  The global transportation and logistics industry is in urgent need of a radical transformation if it is to stay competitive and attract skilled people.

Demographic changes pose a dramatic threat to the business models of many transport and logistics companies. Transportation and logistics companies are lagging behind other sectors in terms of recruiting and hiring. SMEs in particular are not regarded as the preferred employers of the future. The transportation and logistics industry will fall short of taking full advantage of the significant benefits that gender and cultural diversity can offer. Future job seekers still won't see transportation and logistics as a desirable industry. To stand out, transportation and logistics companies must proactively manage their company brand. Therefore at Valuelinked we provide the span of a wide range of services:

Introduction of new technical devices to improve working conditions Change how companies organize and implement learning and education Help companies better recruit and attract skilled talent.