I strongly believe that the outsourcing represents one of the highest potential for Indias economic growth and will continue to grow further to become larger than the IT business itself. <... Business Line, 2 months ago
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WNS to Release Fiscal 2013 Fourth Quarter and Full Year Financial and Operating Results on April 17, 2013
Following the release, WNS management will host a call on April 17, 2013 at 8:00 a.m. Eastern. Chief Executive Officer, Keshav Murugesh and Chief Financial Officer, Deepak Sogani will review the results of the fiscal fourth quarter and full year ...Web Newswire, 1 month ago WNS extends contract with GlaxoSmithKline for research and analytics services Individual.com, 5 days ago WNS Signs Contract Extension for Pharmaceutical Research & Analytics Services Process Worldwide, 1 week ago WNS to Present at Investor Conferences TMC Net, 1 week ago
MUMBAI: BPO services provider WNS Holdings today reported a net profit of $ 8.2 million for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2013. As per the general accounting standards, the company had a net profit of $ 4.4 million in the same period of ...Economic Times, 1 month ago WNS profit zooms 86% in Q4 Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago WNS Holdings Q4 net profit at USD 8.2 million MSN.co.in, 1 month ago
Attrition's not entirely a bad thing, many IT companies will tell you. Indeed, some BPOs which typically see the largest attrition welcome forced attrition, either to make way for new talent or to provide employees career growth opportunities. We ...DNA India, 1 month ago
Dataquest "India is at the forefront of change in the technology and business process outsourcing space. Today our industry operates out of 75 countries and we have hundreds of development centers across the world. Onshore, right ...Dataquest, 1 month ago Makeover time for BPOs as business process management (BPM) gains currency DNA India, 1 month ago Process of change The Week, 1 month ago
In 2003, Varun Navad, 23, an electrical engineering graduate from Manipal, travelled to nearby Bangalore to join a city-based BPO company. The Rs 8,000 he would earn every month was higher than most other offers he had. Moreover, Bangalore was a ...India Today, 2 months ago
Last Call ; Expensive manpower, inadequate language skills and poor infrastructure are forcing BPO businesses to leave India. Young job seekers are... [India Today]
(India Today Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Last Call ; Expensive manpower, inadequate language skills and poor infrastructure are forcing BPO businesses to leave India. Young job seekers are the victims. In 2003, Varun Navad, 23, an electrical ...TMC Net, 2 months ago
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