Covid-19 pandemic: IT reworks operations as clients cut discretionary spends
Clients turn to IT projects that make shop floors and operations more cost efficient and flexible. Services that are expected to reduce cost of ownership include cognitive analytics to predict raw material prices and 3D printing to produce small parts. This could benefit large IT services firms, say analysts.
Tech companies tap core engineering talent to cater to changing needs
Capgemini, which has set up two technology labs in Paris and Mumbai to develop 5G technology services, will look to increase talent in emerging technology areas.
Only a few IT companies like, Wipro, Accenture & Tech Mahindra honour job offers
Accenture is one of the largest employers in the IT sector, hiring an average of about 2,500 people every month in India in the last one year.
Capgemini to hire up to 30,000 employees in India this year
The Indian workforce constitutes for over half of Capgemini's global employees base.
Greg Hyttenrauch named Cognizant EVP, President of Digital Systems & Technology
Prior to Vodafone, Hyttenrauch spent seven years at Capgemini, holding leadership roles that included Deputy CEO, Global Infrastructure Services, and Global Sales Officer and CEO of the UK and Nordics Outsourcing Business Unit.
Capgemini India accelerates promotions, gives handsome increments
It has even conceptualised a new HR strategy, one that borrows from Albert Einstein's iconic equation, E=mc2.
CCI approves Capgemini’s acquisition of Altran
Capgemini had announced its plan to acquire engineering consulting firm Altran for 3.6 billion euro ($4.1 billion).
Mark Taylor to head Cognizant Interactive
Cognizant Digital Business President Malcolm Frank announced that Mark Tayylor who was earlier serving as Global Customer Engagement Lead at Capgemini, has joined Cognizant Interactive as the new Senior Vice President and Global Practice Leader. Taylor brings decades of industry expertise across a variety of sectors, particularly in consumer products.
Indian sports the most engaged with technology globally: Capgemini Research Institute
The report Emerging technologies in sports: reimagining the fan experience is based on a survey across 10,000 sports fans globally. 88% Indians have experienced the use of emerging technology in the stadium, compared to 56% in the USA.
Capgemini says COO Aiman Ezzat will take over as CEO in May
Ezzat’s elevation is part of the internal managerial transition process started by Hermelin in 2017.
Sebi bets big on tech; shortlists IBM India, Infy, Wipro, others for data analytics project
The move is part of Sebi's efforts to address and handle challenges arising out of technological advancements in the markets.
Indian sports fans most engaged with tech, says report
Sports fans from Asia are more likely to pay more if new tech enhanced their stadium experience, with 71% saying they would, as against 40% of North American fans, 34% of European fans, and 33% of Australians.
Altran to boost Capgemini's ER&D outsourcing to India
Engineering and R&D services generated $36 billion in revenue last fiscal.
H1N1 scare: SAP India asks employees to work from home
SAP India has shut the offices in Bengaluru, Gurugram and Mumbai for fumigation and expects to reopen from March 1. Multiple other companies at the RMZ Eco World premises where the SAP office is located are taking measures to fumigate their office buildings, said spokespersons of various companies located at the technology park.
Corporates encourage employees to carpool, use ride share apps
A recent report by Dutch location and navigation services provider TomTom had found Bengaluru to be the most traffic-congested city in the world, followed by Mumbai, Pune and New Delhi that also finished in the top 10. Sharing commutes not only saves cost and fuel, but also reduces the stress of daily travel.
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