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  • President Obama: offshoring fears are outdated, unwarranted

    The perception that Indian call centers and back office operations cost U.S. jobs is an old stereotype that ignores today’s reality that two-way trade between the U.S. and India is helping create jobs and raise the standard of living in both countries, U.S. President Barack Obama told a gathering of business executives in Mumbai on Saturday.

  • Small Indian outsourcers become more attractive to customers

    Second-tier outsourcers in India can provide specialized services and domain expertise in areas which their larger competitors such as Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys Technologies may find too niche to address, according to a report from Forrester Research.

  • Capgemini adding 4,000 staff in India

    French IT services company Capgemini plans to add 4,000 more staff in India during the current quarter, seeing an improvement in business, the company said on Friday.

  • In India, a BPO center coming up in a jail

    The Cherlapally Central Jail in Andhra Pradesh state in south India is setting up a business process outsourcing (BPO) center, with the aim of giving the prisoners skills that will help them better integrate into society after their release, a senior police officer said on Wednesday.

  • Protectionism worries Indian outsourcers

    India's leading software trade body said on Tuesday that protectionism in key markets could affect the growth prospects of the country's outsourcing industry.

  • India's outsourcing exports at US$50 billion

    India's revenue from exports of IT and BPO (business process outsourcing) services is likely to grow 5.5 percent to US$49.7 billion in the Indian fiscal year to March 31, 2010, according to estimates released Thursday by the country's National Association of Software and Service Companies (Nasscom).

  • Outsourcer Wipro benefits from improved demand

    Wipro achieved revenue growth in its IT services business in the quarter ended Dec. 31, indicating that demand for outsourced services is picking up but is not yet at levels seen before the recession, it said Wednesday.

  • Indian outsourcers see a turnaround ahead

    The market for Indian outsourcers is on the mend, but these companies will have to build expertise in new technology areas, and set up operations in multiple locations to take advantage of market conditions, according to analysts.

  • Infosys signals recovery in outsourcing market

    Infosys Technologies, India's second largest outsourcer, reported on Tuesday revenue of US$1.2 billion for the quarter ended Dec. 31, up 5.2 percent over the same quarter in the previous year.