Outsourcing typically meant operations in India, but many new regions are emerging.
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A 10-year HP mega-sourcing contract is also under review at the bank.
While it obviously won't be as splashy a debut as Twitter tomorrow, that doesn't mean Rimini Street's IPO won't be complicated.
The Indian IT services giant has reached a record settlement with U.S. authorities in a case involving alleged misuse of temporary visas to undercut competitors, accusations which it has denied.
India's largest outsourcing company booked a net profit of US$748 million on the back of a 14 percent rise in revenue lifted by the rupee's depreciation. This gives further indication of a U.S. market recovery.
East Africa is hoping to turn itself into an outsourcing hub with a series of initiatives designed to make it more appealing for foreign businesses. But does the region have enough to offer?
A Xerox routine backup turns into a food stamp disaster in 17 states. IT failures are becoming everyman's business.
Cloud computing has become very topical in Asia, but the industry as a whole must address certain challenges if cloud is to become an integral part of every organization's business model.
The rollout of Obamacare looks like a huge payload of business for Indian outsourcing companies involved in the insurance sector, thanks to an expected spike in public enquiries including 42 million calls this year.
Procurian, based in King of Prussia, PA, has locations in the U.S., India, U.K, Czech Republic, China and Brazil as well as 780 employees.
The regulator has finalized rules for businesses, which are slightly more accomodating than initially proposed, after taking into account public feedback gathered in May.
With its current 10-year outsourcing contract expiring soon, the bank wants to take more control of its assets. Its upgrades include moving to a tier 3 data center which will lay the foundation for private cloud and virtualization plans.
Industry body welcomes new guidelines in India's Safe Harbor rules which, combined with the country's advance pricing agreement, will help resolve global concerns over tax and transfer pricing issues.
The Australian telco has picked up an AU$29 million outsourced telecommunications contract with the federal agency.
In first quarterly results since its merger with Mahindra Satyam in June, the Indian outsourcing company saw broad-based growth led by sectors like manufacturing, and media and entertainment.
Cognizant CEO Francisco D'Souza said the company has balanced investing in growth areas such as social, mobile and cloud computing while maintaining its core businesses such as business process outsourcing.