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National Australia Bank took the knife to its long-time chief information officer Michelle Tredenick this week, but was this a reflection of her perceived incompetence or simply a consequence of the manoeuvring at higher levels that seems endemic in Australia's incestuous banking IT community?
The National Australia Bank yesterday met union representatives to discuss the future of IT staff who might still be needed at the bank following its decision to suspend work with Indian IT outsourcer Satyam.
National Australia Bank has dismissed as "incorrect" rumours that technology services giant Accenture was making a pitch to replace disgraced Indian competitor Satyam in the bank's operations.
Part of Satyam's global expansion plans
NAB yesterday told its employees which of its IT jobs will be offshored, after the bank took the decision to outsource some of its tech staff last year.
NAB may send around 400 jobs overseas in a bid to improve operational efficiencies.
Part of the food giant's £2.4bn 'Globe' SAP project…
More people seeing offshoring as a menace...
Qantas will cull 340 technology jobs over the next 15 months as it offshores applications support and maintenance to Indian services companies Satyam and Tata Consulting.Qantas chief executive officer, Geoff Dixon, said the airline could not justify the AU$100 million it would cost to develop its in-house IT skills to industry best practice standard.
Are you convinced that offshoring is a panacea?
Australian chief information officers are still somewhat nervous about moving IT services offshore, according to the local boss of Indian outsourcer Satyam, who maintains the delivery model's day has nevertheless arrived. "To what degree is a difficult question to answer, but yes there is a level of nervousness," Satyam's Australia and New Zealand country manager, Deepak Nangia, acknowledged in a recent interview with ZDNet Australia.
Indian outsourcing company Satyam has officially opened a 300-seat development centre at Melbourne Central, the largest outside its home country.The opening of the centre -- which will perform software development work for local and international clients -- comes as the company reportedly grows its multi-million dollar business with Melbourne-headquartered telecommunications heavyweight Telstra.
Australian based testing centre, Access Testing, has today announced a new strategic partnership with Indian outsourcing company Satyam in a move it claims is going to create more Australian jobs.The company was established under a federal government initiative in 1995 to provide a range of testing services across technical and business platforms.