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AIG software sourcing unit in India likely
AMERICAN International Group (AIG), leading global insurance and financial service company, is exploring the possibility of setting up a business process outsourcing (BPO) facility in India. Mr Frank G. Wisner, Vice-Chairman, External Affairs, ... More

TELECOMMUNICATIONS


BPL Mobile Cellular cuts charges
COIMBATORE: BPL Mobile Cellular Ltd has slashed the mobile roaming charges for its subscribers following the steep reduction in STD charges by BSNL. In a release, Mr. Bharat Chadda, Head of Business Operations and Marketing, BPL Mobile, ... More

INTERNET


TradeMaps to help developing nations
MUMBAI: The Geneva-based International Trade Centre has launched new Internet services, called TradeMaps, based on the world's largest trade databases and business information from around the world. TradeMaps estimate trade potential ... More

IT TRAINING


The Fourth R element in computer education
CREATING brand awareness is never easy as most marketers will testify. It calls for a `distinctive' approach such as the one adopted by the computer education company, The Fourth R. The company, which is in the business of making children ... More

ISPS


Telephony: Netting a better deal
CONSUMER is king. For Indians, this worn out cliche has remained a derisive phrase and invariably generated much sarcasm. But for once, the telecom industry is poised to load the dice in favour of the consumer. Through a plethora of bold ... More

Limited mobility services
HAVE you yearned to own a cellular phone with mobility features at the cost of a regular phone? Your hopes are likely to be realised soon. The basic service providers (such as Reliance, Tatas or Hughes Tele.com) propose to offer the ... More

PERFORMANCE


Wipro: Cut exposures
The lower-than-expected fourth quarter performance and the conservative revenue guidance for 2002-03 first quarter have created a slew of near-term challenges for Wipro's Global IT Services division. Since pricing pressure is unlikely to ease over th e next six months, the company's ability to grow on the volume front, while maintaining its margins, holds the key to its valuation, says Krishnan Thiagarajan. More
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