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Economic Times

June 14, 2021, Economic Times

Global captives expected to ramp up hiring in small towns

Global firms looking to hire for their captive units in India are ramping up headcount in tier II and tier III towns, analysts said. There are about 1,600 global captive centres in India, which collectively employ over 1.3 million people of the 4.6 million technology workforce in the country.

Economic Times

June 04, 2021, Economic Times

Over 100 new global captive units expected in India in 2021

About 100 multinational firms are expected to set up their global in-house capability centres, or captive units, in India this year, technology industry body Nasscom said. This follows a lull in 2020 owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. Before the onset of the Covid-19 virus outbreak, this averaged at about 50 annually.

Times of India

May 31, 2021, Times of India

Companies setting up benevolence funds to help employees in pandemic

Global centres of excellence (GCoEs) of multinationals in India are putting in place a host of new HR policies to help families of employees who may have passed away due to the pandemic, which include setting up of benevolence funds, funding kids'..

ETCIO.com

October 27, 2020, ETCIO.com

Interns’ pay in tech MNCs sees big jump

Interns in tech companies receive attractive stipends, a real-world job experience, and they get a foot in the door to full-time employment. Glassdoor, a website that sources data from employees anonymously, shows the average monthly intern salary...

Times of India

September 23, 2020, Times of India

Why World’s Biggest Banks come to India for Cutting Edge Tech

Tech centres in India are building customer apps, and products for analytics, risk management for the biggest banks in the world. The employee numbers are almost staggering. JP Morgan and HSBC are estimated to have over 35,000 people in India.

Economic Times

August 31, 2020, Economic Times

Here is how the process of virtual onboarding is playing out at Indian IT companies

Last week, Infosys onboarded its first batch of campus engineers in India. A fairly routine process except it was done entirely remotely. As new deal wins go up, IT companies are starting to hire more, and over the last few months and have had to rejig their onboarding processes to adapt to the new normal.

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Times of India

01 May, 2022Times of India

Global giants rediscover Chennai

Quality technology talent, sound infrastructure and relatively lower cost of living keep Chennai on the radar of MNCs that want to set up "back offices" or "offshore" units. But the city lost out to Bengaluru and Hyderabad in the early 2000s when Google, Intel, Qualcomm, Amazon, Facebook, ...

Times of India

29 April, 2022Times of India

Encouraging women in IT careers: What needs to change

India is fast developing as a global IT hub. It is also a leading global sourcing destination accounting for approximately 55% market share of the international services sourcing business in 2019-20.

Dataquest

28 April, 2022Dataquest

Encouraging Women in IT Careers: What needs to change

India is fast developing as a global IT hub. It is also a leading global sourcing destination accounting for approximately 55% market share of the international services sourcing business in 2019-20. A NASSCOM report estimates that the Indian IT industry accounted for total direct employment of 4.47 milllion and contributed 52% to overall service exports.

Yahoo Finance

28 April, 2022Yahoo Finance

New White Paper on the Future of Remote Work announces the Rise of the Intelligent Talent Cloud

Turing, an AI-powered, international platform that connects software developers with high quality, long-term, remote U.S. jobs, was recognized today as a leader of the Intelligent Talent Cloud in a commissioned white paper researched and written by Zinnov, a leading global management and strategy consulting firm.

Stockhouse

27 April, 2022Stockhouse

Persistent’s Growth Journey Continues, Revenue Up 42.2% Y-o-Y for Q4 and 35.2% for FY22

Persistent Systems today announced the company's audited financial results for the quarter and year ended on March 31, 2022, as approved by the Board of Directors.

The Economic Times

23 April, 2022The Economic Times

Why popularising STEM-based education must be a priority

It is no secret that India’s STEM (Science, Technology Engineering, and Mathematics) ecosystem is the toast of the world. Historically, it has been home to some of the brightest scientific and technical minds recognized globally, from CV Raman, JC Bose, M. Visvesvaraya to Homi Jehangir Bhabha and APJ Abdul Kalam.

The Hindu Business Line

23 April, 2022The Hindu Business Line

Indian SaaS to reach $100 billion in revenues by 2026: Report

The Indian SaaS industry is set to clock in $100 billion in revenues by 2026, as per the 2022 edition of the Chiratae-Zinnov India SaaS report titled, “India SaaS - Punching Through the Global Pecking Order.” The industry in India is witnessing a ‘coming-of-age’ moment, ...

The Financial Express

22 April, 2022The Financial Express

How this startup is helping MSMEs enhance their digital presence

The shift towards adoption of digital technology solutions among micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) has been apparent with startups digitising almost every part of the business viz., lending, bookkeeping, procurement of goods, selling goods and services, sales and marketing,...

India Today

21 April, 2022India Today

Indian SaaS industry to reach $100 bn in revenues by 2026: says a new report by Chiratae, Zinnov

The Indian SaaS juggernaut is experiencing a 'coming-of-age' moment, with an incredible bull run that has firmly anchored its position on the global stage. The SaaS industry is set to clock in a massive USD $ 100 Bn in revenues by 2026.

CNBC TV18

20 April, 2022CNBC TV18

Indian SaaS industry to reach $100 bn in revenues by 2026: Chiratae Ventures & Zinnov Report

The Indian Software as a Service (SaaS) industry is set to register $100 billion in revenues by 2026, according to a joint report by venture capital firm Chiratae Ventures and consultancy firm Zinnov.

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