India’s major tech firms have become competitive enterprise outsourcers and systems integrators on a global scale. Firms such as Cognizant and Tata Consultancy Services are looking for technology to provide the next competitive advantages in the market. The cloud provides that opportunity on several levels. Read more at GigaOM Pro »
For Indian IT service powers, growth and valuation is becoming an issue, says M&A consultant Marty Wolf. Perhaps not surprisingly, he foresees more mergers and buyouts as tier two players scramble to add size to survive and tier one companies stockpile IP and domain expertise. Read more »
Wipro’s latest IT foray — a global infrastructure as a service for enterprises — shows how the giant Indian outsourcers are striving to become strategic cloud partners for their business clients and compete for cloud implementation money with IBM, CSC, as well as their in-country rivals. Read more »
Dr. Gautam Shroff, VP of Tata Consultancy Services and the head of the TCS Innovation Lab in Delhi, recently shared his thoughts on the hottest trends in IT. From his vantagepoint he sees the cloud computing discussion as yesterday’s news.
A new survey of 600 large companies by Tata Consultancy Services shows that potential cost savings of a cloud computing move isn’t the primary motivation for a migration. Most companies simply want to standardize all of their applications and processes across their businesses. Read more »
Namaste, Found|READers! It has been several days since you’ve seen a new post on the site, and some of you have sent notes asking why. I’ve been been on a tour of India this last week, visiting with startup founders, investors and large business throughout the […] Read more »