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  • How BMC Software slimmed down its global IT

    “It was like the cobbler’s son had no shoes.” With tongue firmly in cheek, this is how BMC Software’s CIO Scott Crowder describes the $2 billion software firm’s internal IT infrastructure when he landed there in 2011.

    Written by Byron Connolly03 Nov. 16 14:02
  • The CIO as a venture capitalist

    CIOs who want to help drive future business growth and innovation will need to develop a new mindset and new capabilities.

    Written by David Gee04 Sept. 14 09:00
  • Infosys Is Having Its Midlife Crisis

    Indian outsourcer Infosys -- in the midst of a major transformation -- struggles to supplement its commodity programming services with high-value business offerings

    Written by John Ribeiro30 July 13 19:05
  • How India's IT Outsourcing Leaders Can Stay on Top

    After a decade of double-digit growth, India's offshore IT outsourcing leaders must shift strategies if they want to continue to dominate in technology services as growth slows in a maturing market. Here are six things Indian outsourcers need to do to grow.

    Written by Stephanie Overby20 May 13 21:47
  • SAP creates 120 ICT jobs in Melbourne

    Up to 120 ICT roles will be created in Melbourne as SAP establishes a mission control centre (MCC) in the city.

    Written by Hamish Barwick15 March 13 11:26
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  • IT Outsourcing Provider Infosys Gets Facelift With New CEO

    Indian outsourcing provider Infosys is making some fundamental changes, starting with appointing a new CEO, to transform itself and regain its prominence in the offshore IT services industry. However, it will take more than a new CEO to transform the company.

    Written by Stephanie Overby21 June 14 01:05
  • Recovery May Drive SOA

    Atul Saini, CEO and CTO of Fiorano Software, shares with CIO his vision for BPM and SOA for the Indian CIOs.

    Written by Kanika Goswami02 March 10 06:48
  • ING Life India adopts open source to expand business

    In the insurance business, everyone's headed into the hinterland. But the cost of every new branch can bite deeply. Here's how going Open Source helped ING Life save US$1.7 million and funded its expansion plans.

    Written by Sneha Jha19 Oct. 09 10:41
  • Offshoring? Try China and India plus a third site

    China may be rising as an offshoring destination, but many companies are outsourcing to multiple countries rather than just choosing between China and India.

    Written by Owen Fletcher22 June 09 22:24
  • 10 Cultural Faux Pas You Should Never Make in India

    It's been 12 hours since your last bite to eat. Your stomach growls angrily as you meet the host who will take care of all your needs while you prepare to sign a big contract with his company. He takes you out to dinner at a nice restaurant--please tell me you didn't just order a steak!

    Written by Shawna McAlearney18 April 09 09:02