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TCS to acquire Pramerica Technology Services from Prudential Financial
The acquisition allows TCS to expand its nearshore capabilities as it will service other customers as well in Ireland, the UK, Europe, and the United States.
5G adoption, large deal focus to drive growth for Tech Mahindra
The opportunities would be around three areas, network services for telecom s...
Mid-tier IT firms see sweet spot in $10-50 million deals
Zensar, Mindtree, Persistent Systems and other mid-sized software services firms sai...
How Covid-19 pushed India's IT industry to shed its reticence and go shopping world over
In mid-October, Wipro acquired Eximius Design based in San Jose, US. Tech Mahindra bought out two firms — digital enterprise tech provider Momenton based in Australia and New Zealand-based tech consulting firm Tenzing.
Rajesh Nambiar appointed as Managing Director of Cognizant India
At IBM, Nambiar was the General Manager and Global Leader for IBM’s Application Services Business. He has also served on the board of IBM India and as a member of The National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) Executive Council while at IBM.
The pandemic has forced companies to invest in cloud-based services, says TCS CEO Gopinathan
In an interaction with TOI, CEO Rajesh Gopinathan said the pandemic is pushing companies globally to move to a far more modern IT architecture, one that will make businesses more resilient.
Wipro to provide engineering services support for Intel's solution
The Open Network Edge Services Software (OpenNESS) is a multi-access edge computing (MEC) software toolkit that was developed by Intel and allows developers to create and deploy applications at the network edge or on-premise edge locations.
L&T Technology Services, UK's Exponential-e to offer workplace solutions
"The combination of these solutions will accelerate digital transformation of the workplace, across industries through digital technologies and platforms," LTTS said in statement.
US, Indian taxmen put a question mark on Indian outsourcing business
Tax experts say that while India would not have much in their control when it comes to the US policies, it could try and tackle the domestic aspect by providing more clarity to the sector.
Infosys partners Ellen MacArthur Foundation
The network includes some of the world's leading and most influential organisations, including businesses, governments, educators, innovators, and investors, to drive systemic change.
IT-BPM sector is likely to recruit more than double staff on contract this year
India’s major IT services firms and BPM companies have witnessed a significant rise in the number of digital transformation projects during the past six months as businesses across markets are pivoting online in view of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mid-tier IT firms need to increase business from Europe or face concentration risk, says report
Top-tier IT services companies typically have a more balanced geographical distribution of revenues, but midsize entities face concentration risk in this aspect, said Pareekh Jain, founder of Pareekh Consulting.
We are close to 63% visa-independent in US; over 50% in Europe, Australia-New Zealand: Infosys
Infosys had said in September that it plans to hire 12,000 US workers over the next two years, taking the total commitment to 25,000 workers over five years.
Tech Mahindra expands strategic partnership with BMC Software
Tech Mahindra and BMC Software said they would aim to reinvent business operations through best-in-class solution offerings for next-generation service and operations management, multi-cloud management, and automation to streamline business applications, enhance business delivery, and reduce risk.
Reviving demand just the beginning of multi-year growth cycle, says Rajesh Gopinathan, CEO, TCS
Declaring his company’s intention to go for both “large” and “small” deals as technology spending accelerates globally, Gopinathan indicated the $22.03-billion company is also partnering with the Tata group as it aims to launch a “super app” for Indian consumers.