back to article Infosys, Accenture take leadership positions at India’s tech lobby NASSCOM... as on-premises call centers wither

Senior execs from Infosys and Accenture India have taken the reins of India’s influential National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), just as the industry is reconfiguring itself in light of the country's coronavirus stay-at-home shutdown. At the association’s first-ever virtual Executive Council meeting …

  1. Marketing Hack Silver badge
    IT Angle

    Nearly 90% of India's IT workforce is now working from home...

    So their participation in outsourced services has declined.

    In other news, recent customer satisfaction ratings for major Indian outsourcing firms has shown an unexpected increase! :)

    1. Down not across Silver badge

      Re: Nearly 90% of India's IT workforce is now working from home...

      So their participation in outsourced services has declined.

      Hardly surprising as many corporations insist employees/contractors in India to work from a clean room, which is currently rather unfeasible.

      I'd like to think it would make companies rethink their outsourcing decisions, but I suspect that is not going to happen.

  2. Pascal Monett Silver badge
    Mushroom

    DigiLocker, it uses 256-bit SSL encryption

    Well, what do you think of that, Boris ? You gonna go tell India that they should backdoor that sucker ?

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