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Get all the information you need for the Infosys Consulting EMEA All Hands Conference 2011! With this app you will be able to: - Get detailed...
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Back to the original 24-hour time system! Geo-M is the North Pole Clock, the time system, made in nature.Imagine you are now in space and looking...
Help desk, desk-side services, infrastructure, and application support have been outsourced to the Indian firm.
On the eve of the G-20 meeting near London, Nandan Nilekani urges continued free flow of labor and free trade as best remedy to the global economic crisis
Devices being developed will routinely beam 3D films, games, and virtual goods into our laps, according to the Indian tech giant.
Infosys, Tata, and Wipro blame global economic conditions, with the former warning the new quarter may be difficult too, as companies postpone decisions on outsourcing.
Two politicians, who are backing a bill designed to prevent foreigners from displacing Americans, want more information from nine companies, including heavy hitters Wipro and Infosys, about their visa practices.
Indian software company will set up development centers in Shanghai and Hangzhou, pumping in $65 million over five years.
If you manage to get a job at the Bangalore company, you can enjoy a pool and a mirrored building shaped like one of the pyramids.
The Indian software and services company, which handles offshore outsourcing work from U.S. corporations, says revenue hit $1 billion in fiscal 2004.
In a move that may ease concerns about offshoring, India-based Infosys Technologies has created a U.S.-based business consulting unit.
ABN Amro Bank awards services contracts to IBM, Infosys, Tata Consultancy and others in deals totaling more than $2.2 billion.