Indian IT companies go Global

AlwaysOn Network has an article by Rajit Gadh, professor at the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Director of the Wireless Internet for the Mobile Enterprise Consortium, on the Indian IT companies and how they are changing: “First, the major Indian IT companies are now planning and executing like global players as opposed to India-centric companies. Second, they are changing their image from that of low-cost IT providers to value-added solution providers. Third, they are distinguishing themselves by adding core competencies in certain areas and becoming more competitive. Fourth, they are realizing the importance of branding. Finally, some of them are expanding beyond services to software products and even Business Process Outsourcing (BPO).”

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