PUNE: Software Exporters Association of Pune (SEAP) has announced PuneConnect 2014, an event designed for Pune companies to showcase their products and services to potential consumers. The event will showcase the selected companies and is scheduled ... Times of India, 1 month ago
Infosys , India's secondlargest software services exporter, is taking the road less travelled in Indian services industry . The company is partnering with CeBIT, the world's largest technology fair, to mentor and make strategic investments in ...4 Traders, 1 week ago India remains premier back office sourcing destination: Nasscom NewKerala.com, 2 months ago Infosys partnering with CeBIT to boost tech startups Economic Times, 2 weeks ago Infosys partnering with CeBIT to handhold Indian tech startups Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
For start-ups in India Bangalore is the Silicon Valley, but Pune that has been number two for product start-ups has beaten the southern city in certain sectors, say findings of an upcoming report. Pune is ahead of Bangalore when it comes to ...Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
NASSCOM hosts the 6th edition of the Engineering Summit in Pune Key Highlights 600+ Engineering, Research and Design (ER&D) companies in India 400+ Global ER&D centers in India 200K+ Engineers employed by service providers, engineering firms in ...National Association of Software Service Companies, 1 month ago
By: Sandip Kolhatkar With nascent firms flourishing and investors encouraging new talent, entrepreneurs love the city. Pune, for long known as Oxford of the East, could soon acquire a new tag: Bangalore of the West. Start-ups are thriving, ...Pune Mirror, 2 weeks ago
Two years ago Aditya Bandi decided there had to be a more elegant way of working with documents in the cloud. So he quit his job at Microsoft and along with two friends started BookPad Inc. Yahoo acquired the Indian startup -- backed by Microsoft ...International Business Times, 1 month ago
Wireless Technologies Posted by Niladri Bose on October 01 2014 Consider these facts: IT's contribution to India's GDP was a mere 1.2% in 1998. In 2012, this stood at an impressive 7.5%. NASSCOM (The National Association of ...IDG Connect, 1 month ago
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