IT services company Infosys has launched a cloud based sales platform called TradeEdge that it claims will boost visibility for global brands across the demand chain in emerging markets.
Instead of undercutting rates and tweaking the labor arbitrage pyramid, what they should probably do is create a sustainable culture of innovation or invest in platforms, inside or outside the company.
Based on a complaint by Micromax the Competition Commission of India will probe Ericsson’s alleged abuse of dominant position to charge higher royalty on GSM patents.
Nokia Willing to Pay Nearly $360 mn to Settle Tax Dispute in India If Allowed to Complete Sale to Microsoft
The Nokia tax dispute in India seems to be inching closer to a settlement with the phone-maker left with little choice but to cough up taxes demanded by the Income Tax department.
Reliance Retail has plans to enter e-commerce in 6 – 8 months. A technical team is working on the project and is likely to setup an online marketplace. That would mean that it will directly compete with the likes of Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal, eBay and others.
Government IT spending in India will reach $6.4 bn in 2013, a 7 percent increase over 2012, according to Gartner
Yesterday, the Indian government approved 2 proposals to setup fab units in the country. The nearly Rs 25,000 cr investment is one of the biggest developments that has taken place in the sector. Here’s why it is a big deal.
The cabinet approval on Thursday will pave way for semiconductor Fabs led by consortiums to be set up India. The consortiums are led by the Jaypee Group and Hindustan Semiconductor Manufacturing (HSMC).
The interesting insight about India is that 16% of the UHNW population is made up of women and this is the highest among any of the focus countries in the report.