EU banking sector mulls standard outsourcing principle
BANKING and financial services in the European Union (EU) are working towards setting up a standard principle for outsourcing. As a first major step in this regard, the Committee of European Banking Supervisors (CEBS) recently developed ...
Karnataka plans two more software parks
THE Karnataka Government has sent a proposal to the Centre for establishing two more STPIs (Software Technology Parks of India) in the State. While giving this information, the Additional Director of STPI Bangalore, Mr J. Parthasarathy, was not ...
STMicro plans $30-m Greater Noida campus
GLOBAL semiconductor company STMicroelectronics on Sunday said that it plans to invest $30 million to set up a campus at Greater Noida with a capacity to house 1,500 people. "We are planning to invest $30 million to set up our campus at Greater ...
IT majors report dip in debtor day rates
INDIAN software companies continue to show discipline in collecting fees for services rendered. For many software companies, debtor day figures have slumped in the quarter ended June 2004 compared to the same quarter last year. (Debtor days ...
Agilent to ramp up Indian operations
AGILENT Technologies Inc, the $6.1-billion diversified technology solutions provider, plans to ramp up Indian operations which will see the company doubling its headcount in about 18 months to 2,500 and expanding the scope of R&D work. The ...
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
Mid-sized ERP vendors slug it out in SMB market
IT is a slugfest in the Indian ERP (enterprise resource planning) market as mid-sized vendors gain traction in their bid to capture a share of the small and medium businesses (SMB) segment thus far dominated by global vendor, SAP. While ...
Akiko Callnet opens 6 training centres in TN
AKIKO Callnet, provider of call centre training, has set up six training centres in Tamil Nadu four in Chennai, one each in Coimbatore and Udhagamandalam. It plans to set up four more centres in Chennai, and 20 more in Tamil Nadu ...
Tech boom skips secondary cities
AS the IT and ITES boom sweeps the State Capitals of the Southern States, secondary cities continue to be ignored despite the potential to develop them as viable location alternatives for businesses and industries. The Southern region is home ...
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