Outsourcing typically meant operations in India, but many new regions are emerging.
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Analysts may be concerned about the seemingly never-ending flight of top execs at Infosys, but Murthy says that most were deadweight anyway
Cuts at company's T-Systems unit are smaller than initially feared, however.
Instead of mapping out strategy, IT managers are spending almost half their time dealing with the day-to-day issues they face, along with the odd crisis.
Before the current crisis, Ukraine was fast establishing a reputation as a rising IT outsourcing hotspot. How is the industry coping now?
HP's sales are now back at the level they were before EDS was acquired in 2008.
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India's second-largest outsourcing player, Infosys needs to rid of highly paid executives who are not adding value to the company as it looks to return to a growth path, says co-founder N.R Narayana Murthy.
The sky-high US visa rejection rates could be the beginning of a major existential crisis for Indian IT majors.
India's IT outsourcing exports are projected to climb 13 to 15 percent in fiscal 2015 to hit US$99 billion, with growth fueled by higher spending by banks and other sectors amid better global economic landscape, Nasscom projects.
The Indian IT services firm posted a profit of US$324.3 million on broad-based growth. It is forecasting conservative growth of 16.5 percent for 2014, slightly below expectations after increasing signs of an industry rebound.
The Indian IT services firm saw a jump in earnings thanks to one-time gains and on the back of growth in telecom, financial and manufacturing sectors.
India's second-largest outsourcing vendor is said to have secured a deal worth US$98.71 million, to deliver application development and maintenance services to the courier services provider, TNT Express.
Bangalore retains its status as the world's most popular outsourcing destination, joining five other Indian cities on the list of top 10 locations in this year's Tholons top 100 index. Manila displaces Mumbai to take second position.
The one area in which India has long been able to claim superiority over China is in software services. This too will end if China has its way and India fails to innovate.
Outsourcing used to be so simple, right?