All banking interactions need to be high-quality, low error: Darryl West
Infosys to maintain focus on traditional business

Infosys to maintain focus on traditional business

Infosys wants one-third of revenue to come from new areas such as cloud computing, mobility in next three-five years
Innovation is key to compete globally: Dell’s CIO

Innovation is key to compete globally: Dell’s CIO

Dell’s Adriana Karaboutis talks about what Indian IT firms can do to compete more effectively globally
New billing model may hit India’s software exports

New billing model may hit India’s software exports

As clients shift to new pay-per-use model to avoid paying upfront for software, short-term revenues could be hit
Wal-Mart to step up IT outsourcing, evaluating more India vendors

Wal-Mart to step up IT outsourcing, evaluating more India vendors

Wal-Mart says it continues to be interested in increasing its presence in India
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More From Nasscom Summit 2013

Software firms face shortage of skilled engineers
Thu, Feb 14 2013. 09 05 PM

Software firms face shortage of skilled engineers

Companies are increasingly taking the education tie-up route to maintain a steady flow of talent in big data analytics
Tech start-ups move away from conventional IT services
Thu, Feb 14 2013. 12 54 AM

Tech start-ups move away from conventional IT services

Nasscom says tech start-ups have started focusing on the online space rather than traditional IT services
New technologies to drive revenue growth, says Chandrasekaran
Wed, Feb 13 2013. 05 11 PM

New technologies to drive revenue growth, says Chandrasekaran

Nasscom chairman N. Chandrasekaran says that for the first time domestic IT growth is seen to be faster than that of export
Why Indian IT firms are hiring failed entrepreneurs
Wed, Feb 13 2013. 04 58 PM

Why Indian IT firms are hiring failed entrepreneurs

Eyeing fresh business from outsourcing clients, IT firms are creating start-ups focused on disruptive technology
Nasscom cautiously optimistic about next year, raises forecast
Tue, Feb 12 2013. 11 36 PM

Nasscom cautiously optimistic about next year, raises forecast

Nasscom says with exports rising at 12-14%, IT-BPM industry will add $12-15 bn in revenue in fiscal 2014
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