Outsourcing typically meant operations in India, but many new regions are emerging.
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India's largest private-sector employer, Tata Consultancy Services is laying the groundwork for what it's touting to be the "world's largest corporate learning and development center", capable of training 50,000 professionals a year.
Nasscom president Som Mittal says U.S. immigration bill remains a concern among Indian tech companies and efforts should continue to urge the U.S. government to rethink its foreign worker policy.
Region's increasing demand for outsourcing services will boost the Indian ICT sector next year, with new projects expected from the region, predicts industry group Nasscom.
With current CEO slated to retire in 2015, India's second-largest outsourcing company is scurrying to find a replacement even as frontrunners leave, including V. Balakrishnan, whose resignation was just announced.
India's second largest software services firm will be ramping up its hiring plans, on the back of improving demand form key markets such as the United States and Europe.
Benefits from the merger include better mining of data, increased investment in hiring technology, and better platform tools.
The outsourcing giant expects the industry to get a boost from its largest market, the United States, thanks to an improving economy.
Monthly statements belonging to 647 private banking clients were stolen via the bank's outsourced printing services provider. The theft was discovered after the files were found on a laptop recently seized from alleged hacker "The Messiah".
Indian IT services provider shuts down manufacturing business, following in the footsteps of fellow market player HCL Infosystems, as both companies seek to leave the weakening hardware landscape and focus on services.
Indian IT consulting firm announces plans to acquire Opus Capital Market Consultants for US$75 million, as it looks to beef up its presence in the financial services sector.
The IT sector will grow by 12-14 percent to hit US$86 billion this year, according to Nasscom. Besides new geographic markets, it expects growth driven by new technologies such as social media mobility, health care, and utilities.
A UPS-IDC survey found that 27 percent of technology logistics execs are eyeing near shore strategies to improve customer service
Anand Kulkarni, chief executive of Mobileworks, has a novel approach to closing more sales.
The Indian IT services company books a 58 percent jump in net profit at 7.18 billion rupees (US$11 million), in line with growth by the rest of the industry.
A 10-year HP mega-sourcing contract is also under review at the bank.