Budget 2014: Key Highlights For Indian IT
In the first Union Budget presented by the Modi government, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced some key measures that would impact the Indian IT industry.
Interim Budget Offers No Major Sops for Indian IT
The industry hopes the ‘final budget’ will acknowledge the contribution of the technology sector and make adequate provisions for support of the sector.
Indian IT Seeks New Focus, Growth Strategy
Category : Digital Enterprise
It is time for the industry to move into the next phase of growth, believes Nasscom’s New President, R. Chandrashekhar.
Outlook 2014: Emerging Opportunities For Indian IT
As the IT/ITES sector in India reaches maturity, there are several opportunities that it can tap in the coming year, says Dun & Bradstreet.
How Can Indian IT Survive Tough Times?
Indian IT providers should initiate a series of transformational initiatives across multiple dimensions – Scale, Talent, Market, Models and Capabilities, says Zinnov.
Changing Business Models, New Strategies for Indian IT
Category : Columns
Nishchal Khorana, Head - Consulting, ICT Practice, Frost & Sullivan shares his perspective on the Indian IT sector - The emerging business models, trends and challenges for the year ahead.
Cognizant’s game changing strategy that delivered
Once again Cognizant has surprised the markets with its astounding third quarter results, posting a 22% year-on-year growth, zipping way ahead of its rivals. What is it that has worked for the company?
US shutdown ends, no major impact on Indian IT
Despite the fear it created among businesses worldwide, the US shutdown did not have any major impact on the Indian IT industry.
Global tech spending to dip in 2011, US fares better
Indian IT purchase will increase by 9%, whereas China’s technology spending will jump by 12%. The current year growth is hovering around 6.5%-6.7% for both the large nations.
US firms generate five jobs for every H-1B visa issued
Indian software companies such as Infosys Technologies Ltd, Wipro Ltd and Tata Consultancy Services, and global technology firms such as Microsoft and IBM, have been among the biggest beneficiaries of the visa process.