DWS, with FY20 revenue at AUS $167.9 million, has over 700 employees and offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, and Canberra
Sensex drops 260 points, Nifty settles below 9,050-mark at close of trading session; banking, financial stocks drag
Sensex tumbled 260 points on Friday, dragged by losses in banking and financial stocks as RBI's rate cut and other measures to prop up the economy failed to meet market expectations.
While Prasad talked about work from home culture, he also spoke about the need for developing digitally connected and more resilient global supply chains supported by innovations.
Coronavirus Impact: IT services companies to suspend hiring this year, says industry veteran Mohandas Pai
India's information technology services industry would see hiring freeze this year and senior-level staff taking a 20-25 percent salary cut due to the adverse impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, says IT industry veteran T V Mohandas Pai
More than one million information technology employees are expected to continue to work from home even after the coronavirus-inflicted lockdown situation returns to normalcy, says IT industry veteran Senapathy (Kris) Gopalakrishnan
The Indian IT sector is staring at a revenue growth sliding to a decadal low of up to 2 percent and an impact on profitability owing to narrowing of margins due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a report said on Friday
Prolonged lockdown may result in IT industry job cuts; pose huge challenge for startups, says ex-NASSCOM chief R Chandrashekhar
The former bureaucrat also said startups which are surviving on funds infused by venture capitalists may face tougher situations if the present scenario deteriorates
Nasscom said it had been working with members across different states for necessary notifications that would help classify IT, ITeS, e-commerce be included in essential services,
Coronavirus outbreak: Travel restrictions impact on domestic tourism may be limited as long as current ban does not prolong
With the government imposing travel restrictions, and state governments adopting preventive measures to checked the spread of virus, the tourism sector hopes the coronavirus outbreak is contained soon
NASSCOM pegs FY20 revenue growth at 7.7% at $191 bn for IT industry in current fiscal; sector adds 2 lakh jobs
The IT industry body had last fiscal discontinued an over two-decade-old practice of forecasting revenue growth, citing the fast-changing dynamics of the industry.
Budget 2020 LIVE Updates: Budget has vision and action, says Narendra Modi; govt has given up on reviving economy, claims Chidambaram
Budget 2020 LIVE Updates: In a televised address after the budget, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Budget 2020 has vision and action and the new reforms announced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will give a push to the economy.
Nirmala Sitharaman unveils Budget aimed at boosting incomes; introduces alternative tax regime to simplify taxation; full text of her speech
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday unveiled the budget for fiscal 2020-21, vowing to boost income of Indians and their purchasing power, in a bid to revive domestic economic growth that has slumped
The government will consider on Friday the proposals of TCS and Infosys to set up special economic zones (SEZ) in IT sector
Wipro may promote 5,000 employees this financial year; move aims at checking attrition, preparing company future-ready
Wipro's attrition rate reportedly stood at 17 percent, 60 basis points lower than in the previous quarter, during the quarter ended September.
Lack of skilled talent in cybersecurity is a reality, but jobs can be outsourced to avoid pains of hiring, say experts
The industry will face a shortage of 230,000 skilled techies as jobs in AI and Big Data are estimated to be 780,000 by 2021
Wipro reportedly hired 6,000 freshers in the June quarter, as many as in the whole of the previous fiscal.
IT industry body Nasscom on Thursday cautioned that any move by the US to limit visas for tech workers, will weaken American companies that depend on these work permits to fill skills gaps and put jobs at risk
IT and software continue to be top job creators in May; customer service moves down to fifth position: Report
The quality and testing sector has entered the top five for the first time since May 2018
IT body Nasscom has urged the government to continue the tax incentives to units in special economic zones beyond March 2020, saying that such a move will provide the industry with certainty and enable them to invest in a long-term strategy
Profitability of IT companies is set to be impacted by adverse policies like the one on H1-B visas in the key US market, with margins estimated to narrow by up to 0.80 percent in 2019-20, a report said on Monday