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Nasscom summit on outsourcing

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Bangalore, Sept. 1

The National Association of Software and Sservices Companies (Nasscom) has announced that it would host a three-day summit here starting September 5. Themed `Setting Benchmarks in Global Outsourcing,' the summit would focus on addressing the present and future quality requirements of the global outsourcing industry.

India has 82 SEI CMM Level 5 certified and more than 400 quality certified IT-ITES companies, higher than any other country in the world. "Quality and Innovation will be the key differentiators and growth drivers for Indian IT-BPO companies, in the future.

Indian companies having established themselves as preferred outsourcing partners globally, are now redefining/setting global benchmarks in quality to differentiate and attain business excellence," said Ms Sangeeta Gupta, Vice-President, Nasscom, in a press release.

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