Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: Cloud ComputingGlobal Indian-based IT services giant, Infosys, has launched its new infrastructure testing service which it says will help companies improve IT infrastructure reliability and efficiency and minimise the sort of disruption Australian banking customers previously faced due to technical glitches when using ATMs and other banking services.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: DealsAustralian and New Zealand recruitment and talent management firm, Hudson, has successfully deployed the TalentEdge system from Infosys to streamline payroll and billing for its clients, including more than 2,000 temporary and contract staff, and to handle payroll for its own 600 employees in the region.
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Australian-listed ICT services and consulting company, CSG, has secured a contract under which the Northern Territory government owned insurance and financial services group, TIO, will outsource its internal IT operations and technical support services to the company.
So far, India’s over $100 billion IT industry has been built mostly on software services and back office projects delivered by TCS, Infosys and Wipro for the likes of Citibank and GE, who have been outsourcing non-core work to save costs over the last two decades.
Now, the newly formed software product think-tank iSpirt says software products can be a $100 billion industry in India by 2025,