Founded in 1996 in Kerala state, India with a vision to provide companies with integrated Information Technology services backed up by Management Consultancy and Document Management Solution (archiving, indexing and retrieving) also known as Digitisation Service. We have served many government and private organizations in India and Japan.
Our focus as a start-up company was software solutions to small and medium-sized establishments in Kerala state, where we worked with government organizations such as the Kerala Electricity Board, Cochin Refineries, Hindustan Newsprint Corporation etc. and many other small and medium-sized private organizations, fulfilling their software requirements. In the meanwhile, we also started an IT training institute where scores of students were trained in the latest technologies. 'TopTech' name was registered under Small Scale Industries Act in 2002.
In 2003, we started our operations in Japan under the umbrella of Global Family Y.K., acting as its IT Division, providing on-site staff-augmentation to foreign financial institutions and customized software development. In 2006, we spun off Global Family and became an independent entity TopTech Informatics Y.K.
INR. 500,000 (TopTech Informatics Pvt. Ltd., India)
JPY 10,000,000 (TopTech Informatics K.K., Japan)
April to March (India)
February to January (Japan)
April to March (Hong Kong)
The HDFC Bank (India)
Mizuho Bank (Japan)
HSBC (Hong Kong)
Haken License #: 特13-302886
Recruitment #: 13-ユ - 303413
The term disruptive innovation was first coined in the book, The Innovator’s Dilemma. In the 1997 best-seller, a Harvard Business School professor wrote about “why some innovations that were radical in nature reinforced the incumbent’s position in a certain industry, contrary to what previous models would predict.” Disruptive innovation is not about the next innovative, new thing as much as it is about “transforming an existing organization state from being expensive and complex to affordable and accessible.”
True disruption is more about a transformation. It comes from creating a solid, workable business model where growth and progress and thrive.
Sustaining vs. Disruptive Innovation
So what is the difference between disruptive and sustaining innovations?
Sustaining innovations evolve existing technologies into more accessible, efficient and cost-effective solutions. They do not establish a brand new market, but rather offer an “add-on” version to an existing product or technology.
These innovations make what one would view as a good product even better in the eyes of consumers: an enhanced laptop screen, a faster hard drive processor or superior mobile phone reception. They can be minor advances or major breakthroughs, but they enable organizations to sell more products to their customers.
On the other hand, examples of disruptive innovation include the Internet of Things (IoT), the cloud, mobile Internet and 3D printing. Each of these technologies, according to a report published by the McKinsey Global Institute, have the potential to “produce great disruption in our very near future as have the power to transform the economy and our daily lives.”