Wipro’s head of internal transformation Sharada Nandakumar quits
Sharada Nandakumar, a Wipro long-timer who led the telecom vertical in her previous roles for the Bengaluru-headquartred tech services major, was reporting to president and chief operating officer Bhanumurthy B M. She was spearheading the large enterprise-wide digital transformation programme at Wipro.
Wipro plans a fresh shot at a ‘Quantum’ digital leap
Quantum, initiated after an external audit, includes transformation of various processes...
Covid-19 impact: Karnataka may curb IT staff's foreign travel
K'taka health minister says he will ask companies not to send staff overseas ...
5 stocks seeing large build-up in January derivatives series
Oil marketing companies are seeing traders trimming their bullish bets.
Mercedes Benz leases 3.5 lakh sq ft in Bengaluru for India R&D Centre
The transaction assumes significance as the automotive industry gets disrupted with autonomous, electric and shared mobility; Mercedes-Benz is expanding its research & development footprint here. The carmaker will be relying heavily on IT talent in and around India’s Silicon Valley.
Former SAP India MD joins Deutsche Bank
Khandelwal, who spent 18 years at the German software firm before joining Deutsche Bank, built the SAP labs in Bengaluru, which became the second largest unit of SAP. He set up SAP Startup Studio, the software maker’s accelerator programme to incubate startups.
Tech Mahindra announces strategic alliance with mining software company Celonis
According to Tech Mahindra, the joint go-to-market approach will address verticals like Communications, Media & Entertainment, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Retail & CPG (Consumer Packaged Goods), Banking & Financial Services, Insurance, Travel, Transportation & Hospitality, Hi Tech & Manufacturing, Energy & Utilities, Procurement, Finance Operations.
Infosys is Karnataka IT Ratna for topping Rs 10,000 cr exports
As many as 15 global companies were recognised as IT Prides of Karnataka, for exports greater than or equal to Rs 2,000 crore and less than Rs 10,000 crore. IT Pride awardees included Oracle, Goldman Sachs, SAP Labs, and Intel, among others. In the category of highest new IT jobs creator, Technicolor India emerged the winner.
SAP Labs India working to design technology-agnostic solutions
SAP has over 11,000 customers in India and it plans to take the local knowledge to its global customers.
EY plans to hire 14,000 for global delivery services team
The audit and professional services major is looking to recruit more talent with expertise in advanced analytics and other highly-skilled professionals across its eight GDS centres in the country that already employ about 27,000 people.
SAP Labs India MD Khandelwal resigns
Khandelwal had a dual role, including that of the global president of SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud (HEC) Organization, which provides key cloud infrastructure for the company.
No global company in multi-brand retail: Piyush Goyal
Representatives from Reliance Jio Infocomm, OLA, MakeMyTrip, Shopclues, Yatra and Snapdeal, among others, attended another meeting.
Nutanix appoints Ritesh Syal as head of channel sales in India
Syal’s appointment is part of a continuing expansion for Nutanix in India and follows the recent signing of Balakrishnan as VP and MD of sales for India and SAARC.
Wipro loses SAP maintenance project from Nike; shares fall over 2%
Such developments may impact IT services firms at such time when they are experiencing growth challenges in the traditional services business.
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