Home States Karnataka Bengaluru: Wipro announces holiday for Karnataka employees on account of Bandh The bandh call on Thursday has resulted in several companies in the Information Technology Enabled Services ITeS sector employing creative ideas to ensure that their work does not get affected. Share Via Email Published:
IT industry has given jobs to about 3. The industry is expected to addtojobs in FY18 and overjobs in FY IT industry is accelerating the growth of startups in the country, with the presence of more than 4, startups in India. This quarter too holds promise for the industry. There are many positives like attractive valuations, solid free cash flow generation, strong balance sheets and depreciating rupee against the dollar.
These are the major tailwinds for the sector. Duggad said that they are anticipating that in a structurally adverse environment for IT, the current year could give a cyclical rescue.
TCS is available at around Rs 19 to Technology is making a big comeback after seven to eight quarters of slow growth. They are also anticipating a double digit profit growth. Duggad added that when it comes to IT, the past two quarters have shown a slight improvement in revenue momentum which they anticipate to go on in the fourth quarter as well.
The expert is going with mid level companies within the IT sector. He is betting that they are anticipated to continue to outperform the tier I pack notably. The market has seen major management changes over the past two years in a lot of these tier-II IT companies. The positivity has returned as the industry now has diversified into more profitable digital segments such as cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence AI and Big Data.
Kotak Securities Kotak Securities also has an optimistic view for the March quarter, saying that it will be better than past few years. They anticipate IT companies to start off on a conservative note for Financial Year revenue growth guidance.
They further said that they maintain a constructive view on Infosys and Tech Mahindra. Nasscom President R Chandrashekhar said that the possibility for growth is much higher and will be unlocked by supportive government policies that remove barriers. However, Chandrashekhar sounded optimistic saying the mood is upbeat and the trend is positive, which should translate into better business opportunities.
R Chandrashekhar, who spoke with the media along with Nasscom Chairman Raman Roy, Vice-Chairman Rishad Premji and President-designate Debjani Ghosh said that the possibility for growth will be unlocked by policy support that decreases regulatory barriers, for which they continue to work with the government.
Nasscom in June had predicted flat growth rate for FY Generally, Nasscom announces annual prediction in February.
However, it was deferred owing to the Visa issues in the US and other global headwinds. Chandrashekhar further added that headwinds are very much there. However, some unpredictability eased off. The sector is facing multiple headwinds, but the overall industry continues to grow in customer base and domestic needs.
In FY16, exports earnings increased just 7. However, Chandrashekhar sounded positive saying the mood is upbeat and the trend is looking good, which should translate into better business opportunities. The growth of the B2B startup industry also represents a unique opportunity for our country to build innovative solutions for India and rest of the world.
From small digital pilots to POCs with product players, we are seeing industrialization of digital as the wave ahead. Ghosh said that Nasscom was working with the government on reskilling IT professionals while improving employment opportunities. Positive Future Growth The prediction, which was put out at the annual summit of the Nasscom, is in line with the 7.
Executives at the summit in Hyderabad, fast rising as a competitor to traditional information technology hub Bengaluru were positive the industry could weather the present uncertainty by moving from low-profit businesses such as server maintenance to more sophisticated work such as artificial intelligence AI.
Experts believe that there is still some instability and it is not clear how few of the known doubts will play out. However, Financial Year is likely to be a better year, based on their present assessment. Major companies such as Infosys and Wipro have announced better earnings in the January-March quarter and information technology executives in Hyderabad also showed positivity about a continued recovery as the industry diversifies into more lucrative digital segments such as cloud computing and big data.
TCS company officials were particularly happy about artificial intelligence.Wipro Technologies (NASDAQ: WIT), also known as Wipro Limited, is an India-based software and technology services provider that targets the global market.
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