Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Monday, Mar 29, 2004
Bharti Tele signs $ 750m outsourcing pact with IBM; picks Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore for special focus; plans Blackberry technology launch.
Satyam eyes mega deals.
Infineon CEO quits over serious differences.
Simputer hits retail shelves.
Sierra in expansion phase; to invest $ 4m.
Why CapitalOne cancelled Wipro Spectramind telemarketing deal.
Mascon targets $ 250m in 2 years; co identifies R&D outsourcing, package implementation as core focus areas.
Reliance Info to raise Rs 5000 cr.
IT cos need not show overseas staff pay in annual report.
Q3 PC sales up 87 pc.
VSNL-FLAG pact on additional bandwidth.
EU ready to defend MS ruling.
Telecom offshoring: Competition hot on India's heels, says Deloitte report.
MS speech server for call centres.
New Net domains awaiting approval.
Network security market to grow at 14 pc.
Wipro, Cypress to widen pact.
Bharti to raise $ 100m via FCCBs.
Tatas to handle call centre support of DTH venture with STAR.
Headstrong to ramp up India ops.
TCS float likely in July; to mop up Rs 4000 cr.
Reliance to set up domestic call centre in Chennai; to handle RIL's customer calls for entire south India.
HDS to create India subsidiary by June this year.
Idea Cell plans Rs 300 cr network spread.
Virtusa to hire 400 in Hyd.
US law firms ship project work to India.
Midas takes IT to rural masses.
Alcatel Indian unit sales to rise 25 pc.
No impact of rising rupee on Infosys as of now.
HP betting on Linux-based PCs.
US tech group joins issue with Forrester on jobs.
Hughes management may bid with CDC, Warburg for News Corp stake; Wipro, Infosys also in the running.
Bharti to merge Mobinet, Mobitel with Cellular.
Nokia rings the loudest in India; clocks 97 pc growth to over Euro one billion.
Infosys stepping up consulting presence.
Tax issue stops foreign firms' BPO India march.
Data Access IPO in Rs 17-20 price band.
India software cos must move into products game: Vishnu Dusad, Nucleus software.
iSoft to raise headcount by 650.
Sapient names new India head.
Nortel bids for Rlwys communication solution.
HCL Tech scraps plan to merge units.
Former TCS CFO quits; co looks to double numbers.
eFunds moves processing work back to US.
File tracking tech may get SC boost.
i2 Tech rules out job cuts in India.
Cisco opens R&D lab in Bangalore.
CapitalOne ends deal with Wipro Spectramind.
HP unveils new finance plan for PCs.
US equity firm invests $30 m in Sutherland
Bharti rolls out Rs 2,000-cr plan for more circles, expansion
HFCL gets MTNL order
Cypress India to double headcount
Satyam looking to buy small cos with SAP capability
Vinciti plans to triple revenue by year-end
Bharti to pump in Rs 2000 cr in '04-05.
TechBooks to add 500 more to Indian workforce.
Reliance Info close to offloading stake to foreign investors.
Reliance Info offers multi-player gaming.
US firms seek more space for BPO; over 300 million sq ft of leased space over the next 10 years sought.
Tech spending to rise1.4 pc: Gartner.
Wipro sees action in managed services.
UTStarcom to hike R&D headcount.
Orange to offer 200 SMS free.
Cell operators want closed user group tariffs to stay.
Infy to up manpower 5-fold in Kerala unit.
Reuters to raise India offshoring strength.
Alcatel mulls research centre in Bangalore.
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