French technology firm Altran’s India unit is looking at more acquisitions in the country as it chases faster growth in engineering services.
Kooh Sports, which raised $2 million in funding from TCS, HDFC Bank and Faering Capital, has appointed John Gloster and Craig Johnson.
Ravi said the unit would have about 250 employees and had initially identified 120 projects, which would begin the automation process in the first phase of the initiative.
Tech Mahindra has created a centre of automation technology that will spearhead the IT firm's automation efforts and invest in startups in Silicon Valley and Israel.
Prabhu has been with the conglomerate since 1999 and was responsible for creating and implementing the group’s technology plans as the chief technology officer.
While experts say that raising the fee may not lower filings, it could be the first shot in a battle over the work permits.
TCS said it won a multimillion dollar deal to provide application testing services to Deutsche Lufthansa, boosting the company's business from the key German market.
Tata group chairman Cyrus Mistry has been focusing on digital over the past few years and all group companies have been asked to get more consumer centric.
Analysts, though, see potential in the acquisition even as Tech Mahindra’s stock closed down 4% on the BSE on Tuesday, the day after the deal was made public.
Zensar Technologies said it appointed HCL Technologies’ Sandeep Kishore as CEO and managing director, to take over from long-time head Ganesh Natarajan.
- No blogs yet have been written by the author, we’re sure the author will contribute one soon