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Posted by emenacinc
 - Aug 11, 2011, 04:45 PM
The downfall in IT industries is continuous not only in India but most countries . I am working in the Canadian based company but the situation of outsourcing and BPO companies are not good in these day. I am hopping this will better soon.
Posted by stephaniecourson
 - Nov 06, 2010, 02:41 AM
This is great news! I am working in one of the BPO companies in this country and for me, this is a good indication of my better future! THanks!
Posted by jayanthi mandhalapu
 - Sep 14, 2009, 09:20 AM
Mirroring the global trend, India's IT outsourcing is expected to remain subdued this year, though it's likely to pick up during the
second half of the next year.

Springboard Research in its latest study, 'Inside the End-Users' Mind -- India IT services demand side analysis' said most enterprises have reported an impact on their IT budgets because of the economic slowdown, with nearly a third of them slowing their IT-related investments.

"For CIOs, the economic slowdown is clearly an opportunity to manage their costs and they have shown an open-minded approach towards IT outsourcing, further accelerated by an emerging emphasis on improving business performance," said Sudip Saha, senior research analyst for IT Services at Springboard Research.

According to the research body, the Indian IT services market is expected to grow from $4.1 billion in 2007 to $8.1 billion in 2011, recording a CAGR of 18.6%.

The study said that 65% of the IT decision makers in Indian enterprises expect an increase in their investment in IT outsourcing by their company in the next two years, with 29% expecting investment to remain constant.

Saha said many of the Indian companies will not be able to cut down on costs with their internal IT teams and would be looking at outsourcing for budgetary controls.