Africa offers greener pastures to Indian IT
Many IT companies are including Africa in their expansion plans
Indian IT Cos in demand; continue bagging global deals
No signs of a slowdown in the technology sector
Wipro receives software order from UK’s Premier Foods
Wipro will support both systems and processes to enhance the efficiency of Premier Foods’ supply chain
Wipro, Workday partner for enterprise HR soln
Wipro will integrate its solutions with Workday and offer implementation expertise, process support and transition management services
Five cloud computing challenges for CIOs
R Srinivasan, IT Head, Wipro, shares key concerns in adopting the cloud
IBM replaces Escorts Group ERP
The company looks to set its own standards to achieve desired benchmarks of excellence, says Vipin Kumar, Group CIO, Escorts
Wipro sets up first Rural BPO in Tamil Nadu
Wipro plans to develop rural BPO operations in Manjakkudi to 500 seats by the end of March 2013 and come up with more rural BPOs.
US downgrade may not hit IT industry
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Shares of IT companies like Infosys, TCS, Wipro and others continue to sell well.
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.
Wipro loses CIO to Anthelio
Since January, Wipro has seen a major churn in its senior management with chairman Azim Premji replacing joint chief executives.