Outsourcing typically meant operations in India, but many new regions are emerging.
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Chairman N.R Narayana Murthy said shareholders will endure pain over the next three years as he looks to rebuild the company into a "desirable" entity with a strategy that focuses on winning big-bang outsourcing projects.
The move by Infosys appears to aimed at boosting morale as it looks to steer itself out of a slump, while Wipro claims its hikes were to reward high-performers.
In a bid to capture a bigger slice of Germany's US$80 billion IT market, Wipro plans to hire over 1,000 workers by 2016, establish a near-shore services center, and facilitate internships for Indian students.
Tech chiefs are worried suppliers could 'kick up a fuss' if they try to change their contracts, but also want to add cloud, BYOD and big data to their infrastructure.
Verizon exec who headed investigation uncovering U.S. developer outsourcing his job to China believes more similar cases will pick up as firms turn to telecommuting for greater autonomy and productivity.
The telco's outsourcing subsidiary has made another acquisition in an effort to better target the financial services sector.
Despite some comparisons, there are doubts that recalling retired co-founder N. R. Narayana Murthy can revive the company's fortunes as the late Jobs did with Apple.
Battling renewed competition at home and difficult global economic climate, India's outsourcing poster child has recalled co-founder Narayana Murthy back to the executive chairman post.
Faced with the reality that fifty percent of India's hundreds of thousands of tertiary graduates are unemployable, Infosys is addressing the imbalance by training professors at poorly regarded universities.
US workers are angry about the job loss to cheap labor locations. American companies are to blame but we can take action to stop it. Caution: Long post.
NEC has secured a renewal of the IT managed services contract with the department that runs the Australian parliament after inheriting the previous contract through its CSG division acquisition.
Phaneesh Murthy defends himself in a media conference call, labeling the accusations from his subordinate "an easy way to collect money", but admits he did not disclose his inter-office relationship at the first opportunity.
CEO Phaneesh Murthy has been fired for not disclosing a relationship with his subordinate. But iGate has not blamed him for sexual harassment, a similar charge he faced at former employer Infosys over a decade ago.
The mid-tier Indian outsourcing player will open its third facility in Dallas, Texas, capturing growth from the banking and finance sector. It will set up more centers to build a network across the country.
An examination of the true state of the IT job market and the need for certification reveals some interesting results.