Companies in India
Today, the world looks towards the Indian IT software and services industry for its good quality and
high performance, with many of the Fortune 500 companies outsourcing their IT and ITES services to India. Some of the early entrants to set up shop in India
are GE, American Express, British Airways and CitiCorp.
GE employs more than 18000
personnel in its captive Indian centres and reportedly saves close to half a
billion dollars annually.
Some of the other companies
to outsource wok to India are Boeing, AT&T, Reebok, Coca Cola, Pepsi, IBM,
Motorola, Ford, Dell, J B Morgan, Hewlett Packard, Ernst & Young and a host of
other world renowned names.
Take mValent, a Tewksbury
software company launched last year that's using funds from Charles River
Ventures and IDG Ventures to expand. They regularly employ top talent from India
to create parallel teams of highly trained employees in the United States and
India that will provide the technology infrastructure.
Technology workers in remote
sites have fewer interruptions or distractions, because the corporate office
cannot introduce work unrelated to the project at hand. Moreover, with two
teams, the work is never interrupted as the two teams operate in tandem so that
when the sun is up in the USA, the American team is working and when it is down,
the Indian team is working.
There are also cost benefits
... for every one person you have, you could have three to four in India --
people with engineering degrees and computer science and the experience of
See Also: Why India ?
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