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October 7, 2015 – 01:18 pm
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With over $170 billion worth of outsourcing deals coming up for renewal over the next 24 months, top Indian software exporters are gearing up for large deals from big-spending tech customers. According to data from outsourcing advisory firm ISG, more than a dozen outsourcing deals with a total contract value (TCV) of at least $100 million each from customers such as AstraZeneca, Readers' Digest and Deutsche Bank are set to be fought over in 2016.

In a chat with ET Now, Pankaj Pandey, HoR, ICICIdirect.com, shares the rationale behind his preference for Symphony and newly-listed Syngene. ET Now: I just want your views on Syngene and Symphony. You seem to be bullish on both the stocks. Please walk us through the rationale behind your preference for these stocks and why they are still a conviction buy for you. Pankaj Pandey: If you look at Symphony...

NEW DELHI: To safeguard capital markets from outside risks, markets watchdog Sebi today issued a new set of guidelines governing outsourcing by depositories. The new norms will ensure depositories do not outsource their core and critical activity to third parties as they need to put in place robust monitoring on a real-time basis. The depositories have been directed to implement the new guidelines within three months. The two depositories registered with the...

NEW DELHI: A meeting of Prasar Bharti Board today favoured outsourcing time bands of Doordarshan to improve the quality of the content of programmes on national broadcaster and discussed in detail a recent CAT order on the vexed issue of promotions in the statutory autonomous body. The 130th meeting of the Board was attended by three of the four newly-appointed part-time members including Ashok Tandon, media advisor to former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, singer Anup...

NEW DELHI: Vodafone India has started talks with software major IBM for renewal of a $1 billion (Rs 6, 600 crore) outsourcing contract that is set to expire in June 2016, while also sounding out Wipro, Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys and Tech Mahindra, two people familiar with the matter said. "It hasn't given out the request for proposals to these vendors as of now, " one of the people told ET. "But they will in coming months gauge their capabilities...

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