IT firms not in a hurry to get their staff back in office
As Covid-19 infections started to climb in March, the $147 billion Indian outsourcing industry moved to a work-from-home model across the country. Now, it is in no hurry to go back to old ways.
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Traditional services also have some very strong propositions, like digital workplace, engineering services. Some of the demand for that is intact and it is only getting accelerated.
Covid-19: No outsourcing for these business processes management companies
BPM companies are caught between mobility curbs and client protocol that disallows work-from-home. Experts are of the view that the Indian BPO industry faces significant challenges in the short and medium term due to the Covid-19 related restrictions. Analysts say companies face challenges in organising thousands of computers and internet connections to employees at short notice, impacting work.
Coal India to outsource underground operations
Coal India’s existing underground mines employ 44% of its workforce but account for only 5% of the output. It has 166 such mines out of a total of 360. Company executives say most of these mines came to the company after nationalisation. They produce better quality coal but costs are higher.
Trump visa freeze endangers India tech industry’s talent model
The most recent visa curbs threaten to hammer outsourcers’ current model of talent deployment.
Indian IT likely to reprioritise China business: Analysts
Economic stress and unstable geopolitical relations are impacting IT firms' already struggling units.
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IBM has 500 job openings in India
IBM put out over 500 job openings in India on its LinkedIn page in the last one week and over 200 new opportunities in just the last 24 hours, an indication that India continues to be the mainstay for the $77-billion technology company.
Indian IT staff on short-term roles in UK face hardships as projects dry up
Many from India's IT majors who had travelled to client locations on business and work visas, got stranded.
No printing of tickets; ticket checking by RPF; outsource cleaning: Proposals on streamlining railways
The national transporter is already working on the modalities to unify eight of its services into one central service -- Indian Railway Management Service -- after the Union Cabinet nod for restructuring of railways in 2019.
US judge rules against outsourcing firm
The companies, led by outsourcing provider Kollasoft, were seeking to “stay the legal effects” of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services’ denial of 27 unique H1B visa applications as it claimed those denials were based on illegal or ultra vires rules promulgated in a February 2018 policy memo issued by USCIS.
India’s tech industry could be looking at another refresh
Covid represents a source of immense opportunity for India’s $190 billion software services industry.
No rush to bring techies back to campuses, say IT companies
As coronavirus spread, the $147 billion industry moved to a work-from-home model for its over 4 million workers.
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