New Dehli: Six Indian companies have joined a select group of certified BPO providers in the world following a certification by GMI, a provider of integrated software and service solutions for market research.
The story was removed from the Silicon India web site, sorry, no more link.
Here’s an interesting reaction to the trend towards offshore outsourcing. I’ve run across articles about moving IT work to rural America multiple times, so either it is getting more press than it deserves, or it is a budding trend.
The article was removed from the Miami Herald website, sorry, no more link.
The Indian IT sector has crossed yet another milestone. The number of knowledge professionals employed in the software services and ITeS sectors has crossed the one-million mark.
Read the entire story at The HinduBusinessLine.com:
IT now employs a million — Revenue per employee also on the rise
Mumbai, Feb. 2: The National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) has projected a 35 per cent growth for software and services exports from India this fiscal year, revenue will be $17.3 billion.
Read the full article here:
India Software Exports to jump 35%.
Here’s an interesting story on collaboration between India and China on software outsourcing.
Potential rivals for the world’s software outsourcing business, India and China, are taking steps to increase the level of mutual business activity in this industry.
Here is the link to the full story:
India, China look to collaborate on software
With the screaming about all the American IT jobs moving to India, you would never guess that only 24% of the software development that is outsourced is done in India. Where does it go first? To the USA, which gets 40%.
Read the press release on the survey by Evans Data Corporation [Link removed, full story no longer available].
“The TIME/CNN 2004 Global Business Influentials have released the list of their honorees for 2004. The honorees are a new breed of business leaders who have redefined the way business is done, with innovative management strategies and a commitment to transparency, clear accountability and even helping change society along the way.”
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