T. K. Kurien, CEO of Wipro, says that Indians had lost hope that any reforms would be made until Narendra Modi became Prime Minister.» Read More
MUMBAI, March 25- India's third-largest IT services exporter Wipro is setting up a "commando force" unit next month that will target clients seeking to speed up automation and do more business online, an executive told Reuters. "We believe there is a lot of opportunity and a lot of money that our clients can save and that we can make," Kohli, the former head of Wipro's...
Feb 4- IT services provider Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp's fourth-quarter revenue rose a higher-than-expected 16.4 percent, helped by increased spending by healthcare and financial services customers in North America. Cognizant's Indian rivals, Tata Consultancy Services and Wipro Ltd have also forecast accelerating growth this year as...
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