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One of the largest building materials suppliers in Australasia selects Google Cloud and TCS to move mission-critical workloads to accelerate business transformation.

Published in Cloud

Global cloud enterprise software company was recognised in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Field Service Management Solutions for Utilities 2022 Vendor Assessment for offering a single configurable enterprise solution for clients in the FSM space.

Published in Business IT

Indian IT services outsourcing company Tata Consultancy Services is partnering with Australian energy company AGL to deliver an organisation-wide cloud transformation program for AGL.

Published in Energy

Australian-listed energy company AGL Energy is leveraging technology from unified communications vendor Avaya to enable its office-based contact centre agents to work remotely from home in response to the COVID 19 crisis.

Published in Energy

The whole point of making changes to the H-1B visa system is so that Indian outsourcing companies are deprived of the visas and American companies can use them instead, according to a veteran US tech journalist.

Published in Outsourcing
Monday, 30 October 2017 10:57

US tightens rules for renewal of H-1B visas

US technology companies that employ foreigners on H-1B visas will find it more difficult to obtain renewals of these visas after the US Citizenship and Immigration Services tightened the procedure for renewal.

Published in Outsourcing

TestPlant, the maker of the eggPlant range of software quality tools, has delivered a test automation solution that has been deployed across the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank's mobile applications and Web-based systems.

Published in Deals

Qantas has taken another major step in moving its IT to an outsourced Software-as-a-service model. It is a major component of the airline’s cost cutting strategy and IBM is the big loser while Macquarie Telecom has come up trumps.

Published in Cloud
In perhaps a clear indication that off-shore outsourcers could be poised to do well in the current global economic downturn, Indian heavyweight Satyam has posted solid growth for its second quarter, which ended September 30.

Published in Strategy




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