From telehealth, to contactless shopping, here’s a look at the key sectors that are in rapid innovation mode.
The Covid-19 pandemic redefined workplaces with the work from home model becoming the norm across most sectors and industries. As businesses are slowly opening up, the long-term…
As per NASSCOM, the tech industry employee base is expected to reach ~4.5 million, with the digital talent base crossing ~1.2 million by the end of FY21. Tech skills are one of the highest in demand in today’s job market with increased global digitalization.
Banking industry is responding to the shifting consumer behavior with more investment in IoT advancements and digital technologies to go beyond transactional offerings.
India’s attractiveness as a GCC hub has to do with several factors, but perhaps the most important factor is its highly skilled talent pool that promises to keep growing over the next decade.
For organizations looking to leverage talent in India, timing has never been better for setting up a technology and innovation hub or Global Capability Center (GCC).
With all the hype around ‘innovation and global capability centers, understanding the scope and true impact of Global Capability Centers (GCC) is crucial for today’s technology leaders.