@Indian IT firms
Outsourcing To India Is A Suitable Option For Another 3 Decades: Study
by CXOtoday News Desk    Oct 03, 2017
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : none
A study conducted by IT consultancy Everest Group said that it is unlikely that earlier offshored work would be back to its home market.
Indian IT Firms May Face Layoffs Due To Visa Curb: ASSOCHAM
by CXOtoday News Desk    Apr 19, 2017
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : none
According to ASSOCHAM , the tightening rules would force IT majors to look at altering their strategies in terms of hiring, salaries, jobs, impacting employees in India too.
Breathe Techies, US Will Not Snatch All Your Jobs
by Sohini Bagchi    Apr 04, 2017
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in its new guidelines preclude computer programmers from securing an H-1B visa.
Indian IT May Become Obsolete Without AI, Automation
by Sohini Bagchi    Jan 03, 2017
Category : News & Analysis
Companies such as Infosys, Wipro, Cognizant and HCL are betting on artificial intelligence and cognitive computing to stay afloat.
Infosys Enters Into Strategic Partnership With ATP
by CXOtoday News Desk    Sep 10, 2015
Category : Press Releases
Under this partnership, Infosys will work on several key initiatives for the ATP World Tour.
Why Local IT Cos May Soon Take Over Wipro, TCS?
by CXOtoday News Desk    Jun 12, 2014
Category : News & Analysis
Smaller IT firms, mostly based in Bangalore offer niche cutting-edge technology products, solutions and services that traditional outsourcing companies are not able to offer at competitive rates.
HCL Too Banks On Nordic; Wins $400Mn Deal
by CXOtoday News Desk    May 09, 2014
Category : News & Analysis
Not only HCL, but also other Indian IT firms, such as TCS, Infosys and Wipro, are looking to get more businesses from Nordic countries.
H1B Barriers Force Indian IT Cos To Hire Locally
by CXOtoday News Desk    Apr 14, 2014
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
There's been a surge in the number of H-1B visa petitions filed this year, suggesting that the US economy has improved.
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