We Owe This To You: @Greyhound_R Ranked #2 In #APJ & Top 10 Globally In #AFOTY14

We Owe This To You.. (1)

Yes, we owe this to you dear clients, colleagues, partners and friends! We have been ranked second best analyst firm in Asia Pacific by Influencer Relations. The ranking is an outcome of the annual Analyst Value Survey organized by London-based Kea Company, the leading voice on analyst relations across the globe.

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Greyhound Research Ranked Number Two In Asia Pacific And Top 10 Globally In ‘Analyst Firm Of The Year Awards’

Greyhound Research Ranked Number Two In Asia Pacific And Top 10 Globally In ‘Analyst Firm Of The Year Awards’

  • The second best Analyst Firm in Asia Pacific in 2014 and the only analyst firm headquartered in Asia Pacific to rank amongst top 10 firms globally
  • Ranked amongst top 10 global market leaders in IT Services; Software; and Telecommunications & Networking Research & Advisory
  • The only young firm (18 months in operation) amongst the list of long existing global majors
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.@Infosys net profit jumps 28.6% in Q2, shares surge #Press #Media @livemint

Infosys Ltd, India’s second largest software services exporter, on Friday reported a higher-than-expected 28.6% increase in fiscal second quarter (Q2) net profit as it added almost 50 new clients and benefited from a foreign exchange gain. The company announced a one-for-one stock dividend, propelling its shares to a record high.

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#Google’s #AndroidOne bet on #Asia #Press #Media #Mint @Google

Seldom has a global technology company launched a global product or programme in Asia. On 15 September, at an event that rivalled its annual I/O developer conference in San Francisco, Google Inc. did precisely that when it launched the first family of three Android One phones in India as part of a larger initiative to bring “high-quality smartphones at affordable prices, to as many people as possible”, with support for local languages.

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Rs 1,999 smartphones could help bring the internet to millions in India #Press #Media #Scroll

But because key retailers are selling only online, the great unwired will be hard to reach at first.

On Tuesday last week, Google launched the low-price Android One smartphone, attempting to target the ever-shrinking price gap between smartphones and phones without internet features. The Android One smartphone retails between Rs 6,000 and Rs 7,000.

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