BENGALURU: IT outsourcing firm GlobalLogic has crossed $550 million in revenues and is on track to achieve the $1 billion target by 2020. The US-based company founded by four Indian IITians in 2000, specialises in outsourced R&D and engineering services for global multinationals and bills the
Indian outsourcing firms are allocating larger amounts of money to directly lobby with lawmakers in the US in a bid to counter the rising threat of protectionism in the world’s biggest market for technology services.
BENGALURU: Talent management solutions provider KellyOCG has announced the elevation of Francis Padamadan as senior director, recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) and business process services (BPS) practices for the
BENGALURU: Wipro, India’s third largest software exporter, said it has started seeing results of localisation in the US. The Bengaluru headquartered company, which claims more than half of its staff in different locations in the US is local, has bagged more contracts, being close
WASHINGTON: US technology trade groups representing Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Google have urged the Trump administration to retain an Obama-era rule that allows some spouses of of H-1B visa holders, including Indians, to also work legally in America.
WASHINGTON: The H-1B work visa, which is highly popular among Indian technology professionals, puts American workers at risk, a top Republican Senator has alleged.
HYDERABAD: Increasing number of layoffs by information technology (IT) firms along with the recent proposal by the US government to end extension of H-1B visa for people waiting for green card is giving jitters to techies back home.
MUMBAI | BENGALURU: Tata Consultancy ServicesBSE 1.76 % (TCSBSE 1.76 %) is confident that global corporations will renew large outsourcing contracts even as the number of such deals from new customers shrink, according
NEW DELHI: Fresh restrictions on work visas for technology workers proposed by the Trump administration are set to further exacerbate difficulties faced by Indian outsourcing companies. The proposed regulations — like the HR 170 — as well as the dou
In what is the biggest-ever outsourcing deal for an Indian IT company so far, Tata Consultancy Services (TCSBSE 0.73 %) has bagged a mega $2.25-billion contract by Nielsen, a television rating management firm.