TCS, Infosys and others are banking on automation to protect their turf in the US, but building a successful revenue model around it may prove difficult President Donald Trump’s proposed Bill on raising the minimum salaries of H1-B visa holders, if it goes through, is likely to raise the cost of Indian IT companies, which have so far built their business by focusing on the cost end of the spectrum. The US accounts for nearly 60 per cent of the software export business for Indian players ... Rediff.com, 11 hours ago
The 19th batch of the Post Graduate Programme of IIM-Kozhikode (IIM-K) has concluded its final placement for the 2017, with 100 per cent placements. The season saw a marked rise of 15.15 per cent placements over last year, with as many as 334 students and 107 ...Business Standard, 1 week ago
All major Indian IT services providers are keenly watching US President Donald Trump's potential actions on immigration law. Ayan Pramanik reports. IMAGE: Infosys is setting up "region-specific hubs" to hire freshers and experienced young professionals in America and Europe. Photograph: Vivek Prakash/Reuters. Infosys is setting up "region-specific hubs" to hire freshers and experienced young professionals in the United States and Europe to combat growing anti-immigration policies of local ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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