Cyient, an IT and engineering services company, is scouting for acquisitions and could close as many as two this year, as it looks to boost its offerings.
Zensar expects its digital business to contribute about a fifth of its revenue in the next two-three years, as it continues to invest in the fast-growing sector.
L&T Technology Services is focusing on improving its margin and monetising its platforms as it prepares for an initial public offering next year.
The company also said its India headcount rose to 21,353 at the end of June this year, from 18,495 in the same period last year.
WNS also raised its full-year revenue expectation to between $523 million and $549 million, up from $503.0 million in FY15.
For the quarter ended June 30, Cyient reported revenue of $114.3 million, down 2.6 per cent from the fourth quarter, but up 9.9 per cent from a year ago.
Mastek's results are not comparable y-o-y, following the demerger of the insurance business into Majesco, which will be listed on the NYSE.
There’s nothing remotely James Bond-like about the drab corner in Gurgaon. But then, what better cover for a spot of cloak-and-dagger activity?
Zensar Technologies, a Pune-based IT services company, reported a 16.5 per cent rise in first-quarter revenue from a year earlier.
In emails released by Wikileaks last week, Sunworks even said the licences had to be in its name because RAW can not buy from foreign agencies.
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