PRN Medical plans remote processing solutions
PRN Medical Management, a US-based company engaged in medical practice management solutions including medical transcription, billing and consulting services, is set to roll out its online remote processing solutions and practice management interactive pr
ogrammes in alliance with vTranscribe.com.
Bowne, Netripples in alliance
BOWNE Global Solutions (BGS), part of the US-based Bowne & Co, the world's largest financial printer, has announced a strategic alliance with Netripples.Com Software Ltd, the Hyderabad-based software solutions provider, for extending its global services
to the Indian sub-continent.
VSNL plans to enter cellular services
THE Videsh Sanchar Nigam Ltd is ``very seriously'' thinking of becoming a cellular services provider, Mr S.K. Gupta, Chairman and Managing Director, said, at an analysts' meet here on Tuesday.
India, Singapore agree to harmonise e-com
INDIA and Singapore agreed to make efforts to encourage online transactions, harmonise e-commerce and establish cross country certification.
BPL Mobile base crosses the 5-lakh mark
THE subscriber base of the BPL Mobile, which has its presence in 192 cities spread across the circles of Mumbai, Maharashtra, Goa, Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Kerala, has crossed the five-lakh mark.
Satyam to develop e-banking solution for OUB, Singapore
SATYAM Computer Services Ltd has been chosen by the Singapore-based Overseas Union Bank (OUB) to provide a comprehensive e-business platform for their marketing efforts.
IT.com kicks off amid shower of praise
BANGALORE IT.com struck the right note as a high-profile event at the inaugural session as the who's who of the IT industry assembled, both on the dais and among the audience.
CTS setting up Pune facility
AS part of the expansion programme in India, Cognizant Technology Solutions (CTS), provider of e-business solutions, is setting up a dedicated centre for e-business and telecom at the Hinjewadi Infotech park near Pune.
Concio begins operations in India
CONCIO Corporation, US, an e-solution company, has announced the launch of its Indian operations.
Creative Eye relaunches IPO
CREATIVE Eye Ltd, a television software company, has relaunched its initial public offering with an issue of 50,04,800 equity shares of face value of Rs 5 per share.
Antfactory takes 20% in Rave Tech
ANTFACTORY, an international strategic investment company, has picked up 20 per cent stake in Rave Technologies (India) Ltd, a high-end software services company.
`IT must empower digital have-nots'
THE common man came in for a focus but in a different strain at a seminar to emphasise the relevance of spreading the information technology as a tool to empower the community, improve the economic condition above all ensure the easy access of the techno
Siemens takes step ahead in e-governance
E-GOVERNANCE is a major theme at this year's Bangalore It.com. Not just among State Governments which are showcasing their IT initiatives in the States.org pavilion, but also among private companies such as Siemens, which offers solutions in e-governance
UV Infotech launches wallmount terminal
BANGALORE: UV Infotech, a Bangalore-based IT company, has launched a wallmount video conferencing Net access terminal, which has multifunction capabilities of videoconferencing, video mail, e-mail and Net surfing.
Portal for job seekers
KOCHI : iKerala.com, a portal to help job seekers and recruiting companies in Kerala, was launched on Wednesday by the Kochi-based Team e-biz Ltd.
Infosys IT campus inaugurated
BANGALORE: Infosys City, claimed to be the largest IT campus in the world, has been inaugurated by the COO of Nortel Networks, Mr Clarence Chandran, in Bangalore.
UK body woos Indian IT cos
CHENNAI: The Computing Services and Software Association (CSSA) of the UK is inviting Indian infotech companies to ``look at the UK more seriously''.
Lucent completes Escotel work
NEW DELHI: Lucent Technologies has announced that it has successfully completed phase-I of a $35-million expansion and upgrade of Escotel's GSM mobile network in all three circles its operates, seven months ahead of schedule.
Intellicon sells 11,000 lines
NEW DELHI: The Gujarat-based Intellicon has achieved sales of 11,000 lines, in the first month, of its Transtel-USA, Karel and Optima range of products in major cities such as Calcutta, Ahmedabad, Mumbai and Chennai.