- Feb08By PTI
Software major Wipro today said that it has won an IT infrastructure transformation contract from the Sweden headquartered ASSA ABLOY Group, that offers door opening solutions.
Under the five-year agreement,
IT-BPM exports from the country will cross the $100-billion mark this year reaching about $108 billion, IT industry body Nasscom said on Thursday.
The number has doubled in the
- Feb03By HS Rao, Press Trust of India
London: India's top multinational IT company Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has been rated as the world’s most powerful brand in information technology services by a leading global brand valuation firm,
It is not just the usual private equity and venture capital funds, which have been carried away by increased activity in the e-commerce space.
In 2015, social venture capital
- Jan29By AFP
Microsoft shares rallied after the tech colossus reported that quarterly profit was down but still better than Wall Street expected.
Microsoft made a profit of $5 billion on $23
- Jan27By PTI
IT major HCL Technologies Ltd today announced acquisition of UK's Point to Point Ltd and Point to Point Products Ltd for GBP 8 million (approx Rs 78 crore).
At a Microsoft executive retreat during his first month as chief executive officer, Satya Nadella saw a research project that captured his attention. The demonstration in February 2014 used
- Jan18By PTI
Technology giant IBM today said it has bagged a 7-year deal worth $40 million (about Rs 270. 3 crore) from BTI Payments a white Label ATM (WLA) operator to
India continues to be an undisputed leader so far as IT outsourcing is concerned. However, what could topple India companies from their collective No 1 position is the market dominance from smaller players offering automation technologies, especially platform-based business process services, say industry experts.
- Jan14By PTI
With a deal pipeline of about $3 billion and strong growth levers in place, software services giant Infosys today said it is confident of returning to "industry-leading" growth by next