Outsourcing typically meant operations in India, but many new regions are emerging.
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Computer engineers aren't hard to find, according to a new report from Bright Media.
As countries such as United States, Canada, and Australia introduce new laws that make it harder to hire foreign skilled workers, India's biggest outsourcer TCS has said the industry must change their business models.
Mergers and acquisitions worth above US$500 million in India aren't exactly living up to expectations due to rushed integration and departure of the acquired management team, reveals a study by JP Morgan.
Tata Consultancy Services has turned in another solid quarter of growth, reporting profits of US$668 million on the back of strong sales across all markets, led by the United States.
The global IT outsourcing market is expected to hit US$288 billion this year, with Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Great China markets growing more than 13 percent, Gartner numbers reveal.
India's abundant low-cost IT resources, which gave birth to its US$108 billion outsourcing industry, has attracted cybercriminals looking to target outsourced operations of foreign banks in the country.
Infosys' profit has shrunk for the second quarter in a row but the Indian outsourcing vendor says it's "cautiously optimistic" about future revenue growth, prompting one analyst to declare "the worst is over".
Former CFO T. V Mohandas Pai says Infosys should allow younger talent to take the firm forward instead of falling back on seniors, following its recent recall of N. R. Narayana Murthy out of retirement to revive its fortunes.
During bilateral trade talks, at the top of his agenda is the controversial bill which threatens to hurt IT companies recruiting non-Americans, and which India claims has sections violating WTO provisions.
IT executives from Indian vendors including Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys arrange to meet with government officials, after a 52-hour worker strike threatened to shut down Chennai's IT business district.
On a mission to revive the outsourcing giant's fortunes, Infosys founder N. R. Narayana Murthy wants authorities to provide better infrastructure, including a new airport near the company's main Bangalore campus.
With quarterly revenue missing the target, Accenture also cut its annual outlook.
Foreign MNCs with R&D facilities in India are playing a key role in generating patents and IP in the country. In order to further drive innovation, the country has been embarking on partnerships with them, according to a Zinnov study.
Top 30 tech vendors account for £30bn of the UK's software and IT services revenues.
The sullied Satyam name and brand will soon disappear from the IT landscape, after Tech Mahindra formally closed the book on the long-running saga to acquire and integrate the fraud-scandal hit outsourcer.