In an interview to , Vineet Nayar , Former CEO, HCL Tech, shares his views on the Indian IT space vis-a-vis Britain's exit from the European Union. Edited excerpts: ET Now: You were there managing HCL Tech when the 2008 financial crisis had hit the ... Economic Times, 2 days ago
Brexit set to be a reality: Don't see significant impact on Indian IT, says Vineet Nayyar of Tech Mahindra - Financial Express, 5 days ago
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Bengaluru: The UK is Indian IT's second biggest customer after the US, it accounted for 17% of the $110 billion of exports last year. So it's widely expected that the near-term uncertainty generated by Brexit and the shrinking of the British ...Economic Times, 4 days ago UK accounts for 17% of India's US$ 110bn IT exports India Brand Equity Foundation, 2 days ago
India's $100-billion software services export industry is bracing itself for a phase of uncertainty and disruption with possible cuts in IT spending and steep currency fluctuation after Britain voted to exit the European Union on Thursday. Europe ...Economic Times, 4 days ago
When you think of standard business practices, a few things come to mind. The organizational chart , performance appraisals , payroll confidentiality , etc. These principles have been around so long it would be unthinkable to question them, right? ...Inc.com, 1 month ago
Almost 50 per cent in Std V cannot recognise numbers beyond 99, and read simple English The success of the Government's Make in India and Digital India programmes hinges on improving elementary education in the country through an inclusive ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
Why Microsoft is your best strategic partner for the future Avanade CEO Adam Warby details how a $2 billion IT services company is capitalizing on new Microsoft cloud and collaboration capabilities to power digital transformation projects. How ...CIO Magazine, 2 months ago Tech Q&As: The IDG Enterprise Interview Series NetworkWorld, 2 months ago
NEW DELHI: Ability to handle millennials and being digitally savvy are two of the newest traits that Indian industry is increasingly looking for in top executives, as both workforce and customers are getting younger. This is driving demand for CEOs ...Times of India, 2 months ago Ability to handle millennials and being digital-savvy newest traits for new top executives Economic Times, 2 months ago
Rohini Nilekani has raised Rs 163.5 crore by selling 5.77 lakh shares in Infosys, India's second biggest outsourcer, for philanthropic work. The shares were sold between July 16 and 19, according to a statement on the Bombay Stock Exchange. "For ...NDTV Profit, 2 months ago
NEW DELHI: The Indian IT industry has distanced itself from Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy's comment that the country's software industry has been acting as "immigration agents" for its employees. According to media reports, Murthy, while addressing a ...Economic Times, 2 months ago IT industry steers clear of Murthy's 'immigration' comment Economic Times, 2 months ago
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