India has been ranked as the #1 outsourcing destination, by most of the US and European firms. NASSCOM also reported that almost half of all Fortune 500 companies choose Indian outsourcing firms. The country has a vast talent pool to offer to the world. According to James S. Turley, former global chairman and CEO of Ernst & Young, “India's talent pool is second to none.” The IT industry in India is the key contributor to its economy. The industry’s contribution to the economy is increasing year by year. In the year 1998, IT contributed 1.2% to India’s GDP, which has increased to 7.7% in 2017.
IT Consulting, Marketing, Customer Engagement, Account Management, Project Management, Application Development and Project Implementation.
Architecture Design, Team Mentoring, Training and Development, eCommerce Automation, Research and Development, Operation management and deliveries
Relationship Management, IT Consulting, Customer Engagement, Account Management, Sales and Marketing, and Project Implementation.
Project Management, Business Development, Requirement analysis, and Team & client management.
Client Acquisition, Client Retention, Relationship Building, Relationship Management, Project Management, and Project Supervising.