The growing collaboration between technology and finance has fired the imagination of entrepreneurs to come up with innovative solutions, thereby expanding the scope of India’s tech startups, reports Prabhu Mallikarjunan
India ranks 17 for prevalence of TB in high burden countries The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) Foundation in New Delhi organised a conference recently to pledge support to the Government of
Indian software and services companies are likely to see their revenue from exports to grow by 10-12% to $119-121 billion, during the next fiscal year that begins April 1, industry body Nasscom forecast on Thursday.
Almost all Indian IT companies would pay between USD 8,000 and USD 10,000 per H-1B visa from April 1, when the next annual H-1B visa filing session starts, thus making it quite unsustainable economically for them.
IT industry body Nasscom today said it is unlikely that any comprehensive immigration reforms will take place in the US in immediate future, but it does not mean that threats of such arbitrary actions are non-existent.
The Indian technology and services industry is on track to hit $225 billion in revenues by 2020 and $350 billion (2025) from the current $118 billion (2014) according to the latest National Association of Software and Service
The National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) inaugurated a start-up warehouse in Kochi on Saturday to further accelerate its effort to reach out to maximum number of entrepreneurs.
Mphasis attributed this growth recovery to initiatives such as (1) creation of separate client mining and hunting teams, (2) onsite relocation of delivery heads of its six key accounts, and (3) decentralisation of decision ma