Monday, November 5, 2007

HCL, Satyam, and Cognizant are $1 billion companies but they’re still in the cub league, living under the shadow of Infosys, TCS and Wipro

Today, despite the rising rupee chipping away at their profits , the billion dollar babies of Indian IT sector all seem to have struck a purple patch. Although catching up with the Big Three may not look possible anywhere in the near f u t u r e , they are tweaking their business models to attain leadership in a few profitable niche areas where their smaller size gives them the advantage of being nimble footed . But the big question is: what does the future hold for them in an increasingly competitive market which many suggest is already commoditised?
: Make way for the cub league of Indian IT jungle: TR Vivek , TNN: The Economic Times

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