Airtel, IBM Tech Outsourcing Deal Extended Till Jan-end

Bharti Airtel has temporarily extended its technology outsourcing contract with IBM till January end, and is in talks with the US firm for a new contract after that, which could be narrower in scope and lower in value, at $200-250…

Wipro Loses Nike SAP Maintenance Project

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Infra Service Can’t Bring Home the Bacon for HCL

HCL Technologies needs to rethink its strategy as its fastest-growing vertical, infrastructure services business, has been slowing down with clients shifting to cloud technology , experts said, suggesting increased investment to push other businesses at India's fourth largest information technology…

#GreyhoundInMedia: Wipro (@Wipro) fails to meet Street expectations #Press #Media @financialxpress

Wipro, India’s third-largest IT services exporter, has reported a 0.9% sequential decline in net profit in rupee terms for the September quarter, impacted by wage hikes and its top clients curbing their technology spends. The net profit stood at R2,084…

#GreyhoundInMedia: Wipro (@Wipro) disappoints in Q2; misses Street estimates #Press #Media @mybangalore

Wipro, India’s third-largest information technology (IT) services company, met its revenue growth forecast for IT services on Wednesday, but it disappointed on several parameters. “With a sequential growth of 1.8 per cent, we believe that this quarter has been poor…

#GreyhoundInMedia: Wipro (@Wipro) disappoints in Q2; misses Street estimates #Press #Media @financeeveryday

Wipro, India’s third-largest information technology (IT) services company, met its revenue growth forecast for IT services on Wednesday, but it disappointed on several parameters.In the quarter ended September 30, the Bangalore-based firm reported an eight per cent rise in net…

#GreyhoundInMedia: Wipro (@Wipro) disappoints in Q2; misses Street estimates #Press #Media @bsindia

Wipro, India's third-largest information technology (IT) services company, met its revenue growth forecast for IT services on Wednesday, but it disappointed on several parameters. "With a sequential growth of 1.8 per cent, we believe that this quarter has been poor…

#GreyhoundInMedia: Airtel chops IBM contract in half, comes full circle with its IT strategy #Press #Media #ZDNet

Recently Bharti Airtel signed a new deal with IBM for its IT needs that sent shockwaves through the IT industry and signaled a whole new era, not just for the Indian telecom giant, but in how relationships between telecom and IT may…

IBM’s deal with Airtel can touch $1 bn in next 5 yrs: Analyst

Tech giant IBM‘s deal with India‘s largest private telecom operator, Airtel, to manage its infra and application services is expected to touch USD 1 billion in the next five years, research firm Greyhound said today. The firm also estimates that the current size…

IBM’s deal with Airtel can touch $1 bn in next 5 yrs: Analyst

Tech giant IBM‘s deal with India‘s largest private telecom operator, Airtel, to manage its infra and application services is expected to touch USD 1 billion in the next five years, research firm Greyhound said today. The firm also estimates that the current size…

Why Airtel changed IT outsourcing strategy that impacted IBM

Indian telecom service provider Bharti Airtel has changed its IT outsourcing strategy that impacted enterprise IT major IBM in a big way. But the deal announced on Wednesday did not surprise many infotech analysts.   Sanchit Vir Gogia of Greyhound Research Strategic Outsourcing…

IBM’s deal with Airtel can touch $1 bn in next 5 yrs: Analyst

Tech giant IBM‘s deal with India‘s largest private telecom operator, Airtel, to manage its infra and application services is expected to touch USD 1 billion in the next five years, research firm Greyhound Research said today. The firm also estimates…

Refreshed IBM-Bharti deal might touch $1bn over next 5 years: Greyhound Research

IBM India and Bharti Airtel have finally announced their renewed partnership. The deal had come under a lot of limelight thanks to its sheer size and much was said about IBM losing the race for one of the biggest IT…

The times they’re a-changin

About the same time Steve Jobs was shipping his first Apple Macintosh in 1978, a start-up floated by a bunch of young Indian entrepreneurs had developed the first indigenous micro-computer. Hindustan Computers Limited, as it was known then, had developed…