Prof Ross Bassett’s book, The Technological Indian, looks at Indian students at MIT from 1882 to 2000
After the Infosys sex scandal, many thought Murthy was finished. But soon, he got his second chance.
A former Infosys executive is challenging the IT outsourcing industry's billing model by charging for results instead of basing fees on the time and labour put in by the armies of staff working for India's big firms.
Asian markets are subdued after a weak opening. Indian markets, in turn, are likely to remain range-bound, with the Nifty flirting around the 5,000 level.
The company, which follows a calendar year, does not see any cut back in existing projects but retained a "cautious" outlook for 2012 budgets in some verticals.
A Reuters' poll of 9 brokerages estimates HCL Technologies, Hexaware Technologies and KPIT Cummins to post a rise in net profit on year. However, Patni Computer, MphasiS and Infotech Enterprises are expected to post lower net profit.
Patni gets a new Board, continues to be listed in India and on NYSE.
Outsourcing testing requirements to a Managed Testing service provider is known to reduce costs by up to 50 percent compared to managing the same in-house.
New 'PatniRADAR' program identifies, catalogues and evaluates data flows to help financial services companies.
Manish will be part of the Executive Leadership team.
Apoorva will be spearheading the Infrastructure Management Services vertical along with Patni's CSI.