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More cos to take part in IT expo

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BANGALORE: The fifth edition of the Bangalore IT.Com hopes to attract 250 software companies when it takes off at the end of this month.

The Government expects greater participation this year, as there are signs of improvement in the overall situation and the IT industry after the September 11 attack, according to sources.

The five-day event, considered the biggest IT show in Asia, had attracted 300 companies in 2000.

Recognizing the potential investment in businesses process engineering (BPO), a separate pavilion featuring a BPO summit and an attractive session on skills for call centre jobs, would be major attractions this year, the sources said.

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