Troubles mount for Indian IT firms as clients look for more bang for buck
This comes at a time when Indian software services firms are seeing clients demand more bang for their buck. For Indian IT firms, businesses from traditional contracts remain flat or are growing only marginally, as clients apply pressure to cut costs, embrace automation and improve productivity.
Automation Anywhere and TalentSprint launch RPA certification for select colleges
Students from select engineering colleges in India will now...
Midsize IT sees big digital deals as focus shifts to core
“To do a digital transformation, it is not sufficient to transform only the front-e...
Non-techies now try their hands at data, AI tech
Digital technology training was once the realm of tech service company employees. But now, online and offline training course providers in this field have seen non-tech industry participation increasing to almost 40% of enrolments. Five to six digital training course providers now attract 20,000 to 30,000 candidates every year.
Automation Anywhere acqui-hires product engineering startup Cathyos Labs
Automation Anywhere said the acqui-hire would strengthen its engineering team and help increase product development, support and delivery for customers.
Technology industry seeing improved gender diversity
A sharp rise in enrollment of women coders for the fifth edition of Tech-Gig's Geek Goddess clearly shows that the technology industry is seeing improved gender diversity
Share market update: BSE Capital Goods index down; Sadbhav Engineering falls 4%
The S&P BSE Capital Goods index was trading 0.16 per cent down at 18,456.11 around 11:45 am.
You can build solutions on development platforms at TechGig competition
Fifth edition of coding competition, Geek Goddess, will be held on November 8 in Bengaluru. Geek Goddess 2019 will host six themes, based on technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), robotic process automation (RPA) and cloud. This hackathon theme has got more than 4,403 registrations.
‘India may top Japan by 2030 riding services’
China had three big factors in its favour.
ET India dialogues: India needs to shift the focus to large-scale employment
Rule-based jobs, which are a small proportion of employment in the country, will be disrupted by advances in technology, such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and robotics, in line with what is happening in the West.
The Economic Times India dialogues: Create jobs that pay well and that stand the test of time
A job crisis is looming globally, fueled by automation, ageing populations and socio economic factors, but India’s problem is unique. The country has the largest number of people entering the workforce each year, even bigger than China.
Whistleblower complaint placed before audit committee: Infosys
An anonymous group that calls itself "ethical employees" have alleged that the company is taking unethical steps to increase short-term revenue and profits. Infosys has received whistleblower complaints in the past too, over alleged governance lapses.
Rivigo FY 2019 revenue up 42% at Rs 1,028 crore
Rivigo works on a relay trucking model that allows drivers to drive for a maximum of four-five hours at a stretch and reach home the same day.
Automation Anywhere to hire more this year
The San Jose-headquartered company, which is into robotic process automation — or bots — was valued at $2.8 billion in November last year after SoftBank pumped in $300 million.
Wipro Infra Engineering launches factory automation solutions for tyre industry
WIN said it believes that "Make in India" is not complete if the capital equipment for production processes are continued to be imported.
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