All stories by Ayan Pramanik
Traders can now edit their GSTR-3B returns of August, SeptemberRediff.com19 Nov 2017
At least 2,00,000 traders encountered difficulties in August, September, and October since there was no editing facility in summary return filing.
All is well at Infosys, assures MurthyRediff.com16 Nov 2017
Nilekani is an organised person and his strength is simplification of complex ideas, said Murthy.
Why IT firms are not hiring for empty postsRediff.com15 Nov 2017
'The world has changed and nobody has the patience to start a project and wait for six months to look at the outcome.'
H1B issues affect people, not companiesRediff.com12 Nov 2017
'We are only talking about 65,000 H1B visas a year, it is not going to go down drastically.' 'If the number reduces and when you spread that reduction across all the top IT services companies, the impact will be marginal.'
How IT services cos are fighting shrinking client budgetsRediff.com31 Oct 2017
IT firms are training employees of their clients and even aspiring IT professionals, in order to create fresh revenue streams amid shrinking deal sizes in traditional software maintenance, says Ayan Pramanik.
Infy under Nilekani: What's different, what's notRediff.com18 Oct 2017
While the framework of service delivery and client-focused approach remains unchanged, Nilekani's suggestions, of taking start-ups with newer technologies to clients, are being implemented.
Digitisation pushes ITES cos to hire off campusRediff.com16 Oct 2017
IT services firms would no longer focus on large volume hiring from campuses like they did at least two to three years ago, as demands of clients are changing.
Has the bubble burst? IT jobs still see low salaryRediff.com29 Sep 2017
At times of slow growth, India has seen number of graduates doubling since 2008 to almost 25 million in 2016
By end 2017, Google to have its India Cloud Region in MumbaiRediff.com27 Sep 2017
It will compete with rivals Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure
In India, 5G network won't be a reality soonRediff.com15 Sep 2017
Delay due to rise in operating cost of telcos, late adoption of 4G network
Making the Infosys story extraordinary againRediff.com15 Sep 2017
With employees as brand ambassadors, can the company get the grime off its image?
AI creating jobs, not stealing themRediff.com9 Sep 2017
'More than 900 companies believe that the majority of their employees worry about AI's role in potential job losses.' 'It makes employees anxious about working with machines or AI applications and fuels resistance to change,' says a Capgemini report.
Infosys to announce Q2 results on October 24Rediff.com6 Sep 2017
The results will give an indication whether Nilekani would continue with the software plus services strategy adopted by Sikka, or tweak it to reflect his worldview of the explosion in data.
Sikka exercised Rs 6.5 crore stock options before quittingRediff.com3 Sep 2017
Infosys' first non-founder CEO had been granted 232,329 RSUs at Rs 5 a unit.
As power shifts back to Bengaluru, Infy may hire less in USRediff.com29 Aug 2017
Firm's dented image following Sikka's exit could bring down revenues in the margin rich US market and force Infy to hire fewer Americans, as hiring locals in developed markets comes at a cost.
How Neemuchwala broke the jinx at WiproRediff.com25 Aug 2017
Under Neemuchwala's digital-first vision, Wipro has accelerated investments in automation, analytics, cloud and cognitive technologies over the past three years, says Ayan Pramanik.
Will Nandan Nilekani return to Infosys?Rediff.com24 Aug 2017
Co-founder Nilekani could take the role of non-executive chairman, becoming a bridge between the board and Murthy, reports Ayan Pramanik.
Tougher days ahead for Infosys, warns RaoRediff.com23 Aug 2017
Rao, in his letter, appealed to employees to stay the course, focusing on execution and expanding the services that the company had built over the past few years.
Will more heads roll at Infosys?Rediff.com22 Aug 2017
Former CFO V Balakrishnan seeks exit of Infosys chairman, co-chairman R Seshasayee, co-chairman Ravi Venkatesan, audit committee chairman Roopa Kudva and nomination committee chairman Jeffrey S Lehman.
Global companies are recognising India as a hotbed of talentRediff.com25 Jul 2017
While the first wave of moving work to India was driven by cost considerations, increasingly companies are banking on local talent to add value to their business by jointly developing products and solutions.