A stormy passage to India
The outsourcing of jobs by American corporates in pursuit of cost cuts and better efficiency has provoked a backlash in the US and become part of the Presidential electoral campaign. These rumblings have implications for India's macroeconomic policie s.
Business Objects in parleys with telecom firms
BUSINESS Objects, a business intelligence (BI) solutions provider for enterprises, is in parleys with several Indian telecom service providers to offer solutions that help them provide a more focussed customer centric approach. Ms Rani Goel, ...
Software exports may exceed target despite BPO backlash
COMPUTER software and services export is estimated to have grown by 29.76 per cent in dollar terms (26.01 per cent in rupee terms) during April-December 2003, over that in the same period the previous year, according to the data compiled by the ...
Indian vendors find Cannes meet rewarding Multimedia, messaging solutions and 3G tools draw keen enquiries
GLOBAL handset manufacturers are seen increasingly interested in the wireless technology developed by Indian vendors. The interest has more than doubled over the last one year with a sharp rise in enquiries and more deals being signed, ...
`Bizsimulation' tool for CEO aspirants
Participants will run simulated companies for eight virtual years, taking care of the all important components such as marketing, finance, inventory management and human resources. The virtual years can be days, weeks or months. Participants can fix the time frame to suit their needs.
Calling abroad? Net telephony the best bet
DESPITE the sharp fall in ISD tariffs, Internet telephony seems to be an increasingly preferred option for people who want to make international long distance calls at cheaper rates notwithstanding the poor quality of voice. With as many as 43 ...
Global venture funds eyeing Indian opportunities
WITH recent visits by some leading Silicon Valley venture capital firms and technology mentors, there are signs of fresh investments in the IT and biotech sectors within start-ups with separate India-focused funds. However, Indian venture ...
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