HCL Technologies starts operations in Sri Lanka, to create over 1,500 employment opportunities
HCL Technologies plans to create over 1,500 new local employment opportunities for freshers and experienced professionals within the first 18 months of kick-starting its operations from its office in Colombo, according to a statement.
Infosys joins Amazon, signs Climate Pledge to become net-zero carbon
The Climate Pledge calls on signatories to be net-zero carbon across the...
Tech companies in no hurry to return to office
Goldman Sachs, which has a 5,500-people strong technology and services centre in Bengaluru, ex...
HCL Tech revenue up 17%, beats peers
Infosys grew 9.8% with revenues of $ 12.78 billion in last fiscal , while Tata Consultancy Services, India’s largest IT firm grew 7.1% to $ 22.03 billion. Smaller rivals Wipro grew 3.8% to $ 8.6 billion and Tech Mahindra by 4.3% to $ 5.18 billion.
Cyient looking at phased recovery after COVID impact: COO
Mid-tier technology services company, Cyient is looking at a phased recovery in its business after a big decline in its profits in the last quarter of FY 20, impacted heavily by COVID-19.
Zendesk announces partnership with Tata Consultancy Services
Customer relationship management firm Zendesk has entered into a strategic alliance with Tata Consultancy Services to provide enterprise grade CRM solutions for large enterprises.
Time to create Indian electronics manufacturing giants to take on China: MAIT’s, Nitin Kunkolienker
Before 2000, India was emerging as one of the electronic manufacturing destinations. HCL, Zenith Computers, Wipro were household names, but ...
Nasscom urges govt to consider stranded IT employees, family for evacuation
The $192 billion IT-BPM industry body has informed the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) about the critical talent from various member companies such as Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys, Wipro, HCL Tech, Startek and many others being stranded and they should be considered for evacuation.
Infosys faces fresh race discrimination suit in US
A former employee has sought a jury trial in a Texas court and compensatory damages from the company.
Organisations that had adopted digital & cloud technologies were able to ensure business continuity: GitHub's country manager
In an e-mail interaction Maneesh Sharma, country manager, GitHub India, discusses digital transformation, solutions customers are seeking, Work From Home (WFH) and more.
Indian IT firms to apply for H-1B visas amidst Covid-19 uncertainties
Immigration attorneys said clients were filing applications for candidates selected by random lottery last month. The H1-B work permit, initially for three years, is granted only if the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) approves the application.
Services improve in June, but still in contraction
Although the pace of decline moderated from May - the Nikkei/IHS Markit Services Purchasing Managers' Index jumped to 33.7 in June from May's 12.6 - it remained a long way from the 50-mark separating growth from contraction.
World's reliance on China for sourcing goods to reduce,presents opportunity for India: Tata Sons Chairman Chandrasekaran
The coronavirus pandemic, which originated in China, has forced companies the world over to rethink their reliance on the Chinese supply chain. Simultaneously, the constant flaring up of trade tensions has also meant that the world cannot depend on a single market.
COVID-19: Infosys unveils solutions to help clients offer safe workplaces to employees
These solutions do not collect any Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and use the power of AI, IOTVision Analytics, Edge Computing, 5G, RFID, Biometrics and Gesture controls to reduce the need for human intervention and enable data-driven decision making, the company said in a statement.
View: Indian IT looking at new opportunities post Covid-19
Stanford Professor, Nicholas Bloom’s research had indicated that work from home led to a performance increase of 13% and lower attrition and even recent studies by corporates are finding similar results. A software development company, Metova, has reported that 50% of its employees say they get more work done from home than the office.
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