Wipro To Pay Bonus To Junior Talent To Curb Attrition

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In 3 Years, Sikka Helps Buoy Infosys Profit

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If Only India’s IT Companies Could Focus On Real Transformation Instead Of Appeasing Trump

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Nightmare On IT St: Thousands To Be Sacked

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Tech Mahindra Delays Appraisals For Senior Staff As Trump Heat Adds To Worries

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Trump Visa Crackdown Prods IT To Create US Jobs

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Realigning To New H1B Realities: Infosys Announces Hiring Plans For US

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IT Firms Find Ways To Counter Visa Curbs

The software industry is facing mounting challenges as countries from Australia to the United States have moved to tighten work visas to limit the influx of foreign workers. "The sense of protectionism is becoming a global phenomenon," said Mr Sanchit…

Irony Of H-1B Visa Policy: Jobs Trump Is Trying To Protect Are About To Vanish Altogether

American President Donald Trump’s policy to protect jobs by imposing restrictions on H-1B visas is unlikely to be of any help to that country and may hurt US interests, say experts. What Trump is seeking to protect are entry level…

Suspension On Expedited H-1B Visa To Affect IT Cos

US' decision to temporarily suspend the expedited premium processing of H-1B visas will lead to process delays for  IT firms too. Greyhound Research Chief Analyst and CEO Sanchit Vir Gogia said that while the change by the Trump Administration has…

IT Firms Breathe Easy As Donald Trump Proposes Merit-Based Immigration

US President Donald Trump’s proposal for immigration reforms to encourage merit-based migration might help export-focused software and information technology (IT) sector. “This goes to show Trump’s administration has realised how deep-rooted the matter is. It should not only look at…

H1B Visa: India Begins Dialogue With US Lawmakers

The Indian software services companies will breathe a sigh of relief as the Indian ministries, authorities and industry lobby had a dialogue with a visiting eight-member US delegation headed by Congressman Bob GoodLatte, on the ongoing concerns of H1-B visa…

Donald Trump’s H-1B Visa Restrictions Will Not Be A Deterrent For IT Sector; Here’s Why

Despite the impending dark overtones cast on India’s IT sector, the reality on the ground is far from anything bleak. Irrespective of the announcements from US president Donald Trump, Brexit concerns and the slowing global economy, the IT sector seems…

H-1B Visas: In An Interconnected World, Why Do India’s IT Firms Still Need Them?

Donald Trump's efforts to limit the number of temporary workers in the US will dent India's software industry. Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO at Greyhound Research, emphasised that the need to have people on-site is more than just…

Indian Techies Nervous About Stay In Donald Trump’s America; Mull Passage Back Home

Indian engineers have for long viewed the US as the land of El Dorado with its promise of riches — professional and personal. But they are now a deeply worried lot as nationalist rhetoric turns shrill in Donald Trump’s America.…

Trump’s ‘Buy American-Hire American’ Pledge Unnerves Indian IT

New US President Donald Trump's 'Buy American-hire American' rallying cry has put the USD 150- billion Indian IT industry on edge, which is in wait-and-watch mode to see how the new administration evolves policies around outsourcing and movement of skilled…

New H1-B Bill: Despite Vishal Sikka’s Hopes On Trump, Indian IT Margins May Take A Hit

The Donald Trump administration which will take charge on 20 January in the US has announced that it will push for legislative measures to curb misuse of H1-B and L1 work visas significantly used by Indian IT professionals. The US…

To Combat Market Slowdown, Nasscom Plans A US IT Show

IT industry's representative body, National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom), is exploring hosting its first IT industry event in the United States even as the sector combats the market slowdown. "This is clearly a reaction to Trump. But,…

Indian IT Firms Face Uphill Task For New Contracts Up For Rebid

India’s software exporters seem to be the new incumbents in the global technology outsourcing space. In the next two years, clients such as BNP Paribas, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Citigroup and DuPont will look at their existing contracts…

Tata-Mistry Spat Unlikely To Hit TCS Operations: Analysts

The bitter boardroom battle at Tata Sons is unlikely to impact operations of the USD 100-billion conglomerate's crown jewel TCS, but if its chief N Chandrasekaran is elevated to the top at the group level, it could be a blip…

Should The Indian IT Sector Be Vary Of New US President-Elect Donald Trump

Republican candidate Donald Trump just two days ago during his election rally had strongly criticized technology giant IBM for laying off 500 staffs working at Minnepolis located on mid-western US state of Minnesota. During his rally, Trump also had said…

IBM Wins $750-million Vodafone India Contract

Vodafone India has renewed its IT outsourcing contract with IBM for another five years. The companies did not disclose the contract value. Below are excerpts from a Greyhound Research Freemium Research Note. The complete Research Note is available here. Sanchit…

IBM Hybrid Cloud To Bolster Vodafone India’s Customer Engagement

IBM and Vodafone India on Tuesday announced a five-year agreement running into multi-million dollars where the software giant will manage IT services support for Vodafone India to facilitate a better customer engagement. Below are excerpts from a Greyhound Research Freemium…

Vodafone Renews IT Deal With IBM For 5 Years

According to Greyhound Research estimates, the deal has been signed in the range of $750-850 million. Telecom giant Vodafone has renewed its multi-million dollar engagement with IBM to manage IT services support for its India arm for another five years. Below are…

The Vodafone-IBM Deal Reflects Changing CIO Mindset Towards IT Outsourcing

Vodafone India Ltd, India’s second-largest mobile-phone services company, on Tuesday renewed a multi-million-dollar agreement with International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) to manage information technology (IT) services support for its infrastructure and applications. Below are excerpts from a Greyhound Research Freemium…

Vodafone Renews Deal With IBM India To Drive Digital Transformation Outcomes

On 9 August, 2016, IBM India announced the renewal of its partnership with Vodafone India. Building on an 8-year-old relationship between the two organisations, IBM India will help Vodafone transition into IBM Hybrid Cloud. Expected benefits of this partnership includes enhanced…

To grow in IT, Tata Sons looks inside for a new strategy

Tata Sons is looking at implementing a group-level acquisition strategy for some of its IT needs , as it focuses on gaining better value in its technology spending, two sources with knowledge of the matter told ET. "It will take…