Even though Wipro has lagged behind Infosys, which posted 2 per cent revenue growth, the company has done a better job in retaining its employees. Voluntary quarterly annualised attrition rates increased from 15.7 per cent last quarter to 17 per ... Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
IT services firm Wipro has bagged a $1.2-billion outsourcing deal from Canadian utilities major ATCO. As part of the deal, which is spread over a 10-year period, Wipro will be taking over the IT subsidiary of ATCO — ATCO I-Tek — in an all-cash ...Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
Infosys will take another 3-4 quarters to curb attrition, which is at an all-time high with around 10,627 people having left the company in the first quarter of 2015 fiscal. In the first quarter, Infosys reported attrition of 19.5 per cent, which ...Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
In the end, it was not an easy decision either for Infosys or for Vishal Sikka to make. For Sikka, the poster-boy of the $20-billion German software product company SAP AG, taking a call on joining the troubled $8.5-billion Indian software services ...Hindu Business Line, 3 weeks ago
It's the end of an era at Indian software services firm Infosys. On June 12, at the Bangalore headquarters of the $8.2 billion firm, N.R. Narayana Murthy, the 67-year-old co-founder and executive chairman, announced that after 33 years, he and the ...Wharton, 1 month ago
Vishal Sikka's appointment as the new CEO and MD of Infosys has got a thumbs up from analysts, as it ends uncertainty regarding the new CEO, calms employees, addresses all the issues for customers and also sends a message that the company is looking ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
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