outsourcing Archive

15 Megatrends shaping the World of Work- Part 3

Continued from my previous blog post http://blogs.nasscom.in/15-megatrends-shaping-the-world-of-work-part-2/, here are the last 5 megatrends shaping the way of work- more

Industrial IoT Enables New Revenue Sources for Equipment Manufacturers

The Internet of Things (IoT) has dramatically altered the landscape for data collection and associated business processes. The systems needed to ingest, store, and process data used to reside within the walls of the corporate IT data center. Mobile devices started to break down these walls. Now, “things” share data regardless of location and IoT has become a primary application for cloud computing. Industrial IoT (IIoT) provides original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) with new visibility that enables value-added services, competitive advantage for product design, and revenue growth. Adoption is no longer an option. more

Why you must be outsourcing your translation requirement

“Translation is everywhere,” proclaimed Matthew Sekac, Senior Director – Sales Strategy, Park IP Translations, at the IP Service World Conference held in November 2014 in Munich, Germany. In today’s world which is doing everything it can to ‘go global’ at a rapid pace, how can language translation stay far behind when it comes to being a part of the outsourcing era? Talk about it and you’ll find both supporters and detractors for the same; the supporters will vehemently claim that outsourcing is the only way to go, while the detractors will be equally vociferous in their point of view which says the opposite. more

5 key takeaways from Q4FY15 Indian IT-BPM industry results

On paper, what happened in the last quarter of FY2015 was unsettling, to say the least. Industry growth was flat lined over last quarter (Q3FY15), profitability recorded a marginal decline despite an appreciating dollar, and forward looking commentary from leading companies also gave mixed signals. Look closer though, and some interesting facts emerge. more

How India Continues to Maintain its Leadership Position in the Global Technology Landscape

India continues to reinforce its position as the only country in the world from where one can do anything and everything. India has continued to maintain its first mover advantage and retained its leadership position in the global sourcing arena with a share of 55 per cent in FY2015. At the foundation of this value proposition are four robust growth pillars, which defines its attractiveness as a key destination. more

Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Kochi and Kolkata among top emerging IT-BPM service delivery locations in India

With revenues touching USD 146 billion direct employment opportunities to over three million professionals, the Indian IT-BPM industry has been the frontrunner of economic development, providing direct and indirect employment to a large number of people across the country, a major chunk of which lies within six “Leader” locations – Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Pune. These cities are typically the first choice destinations for IT-BPM companies to start and/or expand their operations and ranked highest on several parameters such as better talent availability, physical and social infrastructure, connectivity, conducive eco-system and excellent business environment.locations more