Overview of the Annual Report - ITO-BPO Industry - The underlying theme of the year 2010 has been recovery of the Global economy from the unprecedented economic crisis of 2007-09. World GDP, which had declined by 0.6 per cent in 2009, grew at 5 per cent in 2010 and is expected to stabilize at about 4.4 per cent in 2011. The Indian Economy has bounced back and is estimated to grow at 8.6 per cent in 2010-11 as compared to 8 per cent in 2009-10.
The Indian IT-BPO Industry has also witnessed robust recovery in 2010-11. The revenue aggregate of IT-BPO industry is expected to grow by 19.2 per cent and reach US $ 88.1 billion in 2010-11 as compared to US $ 73.9 billion in 2009-10.
Offshore Outsourcing 1.0 - The Indian off-shoring industry has enjoyed remarkable success over the last 10 years with the phenomenal rise of global players who within a short period of time have grown to challenge long established global leaders for a position of dominance in the global IT market.
Though it is a well known fact that the success of the Indian off-shorers rested largely on the huge English speaking IT talent pool of India, and the first break through via the Y2K projects, little is known about the presence and growth of the Indian IT players in the German market. Given the markets conservative nature, clients are often unwilling to talk about their experiences and neither are financial figures publicly available for Indian IT companies' operations in Germany.
One can take a guess from certain financial reports but today's complex accounting methods often obscure the exact figures. Here I am not suggesting any malpractice, but off shoring is a complex process to account due to its nature – services originate somewhere, get created somewhere and get delivered somewhere else.
Popularly known as the capital of the Silicon Valley of India is currently leading in Information Technology Industries in India. Bangalore showed the slowest rate of annual growth at 4 percent driven by reduced demand in the BPO/ITES sector)
It is the second largest exporter of software next to Bangalore. It has the largest operations for Indias top software company TCS, Infosys ( has world's largest development center with 25,000 employers in Mahindra world city at Baranur near Chengalpattu, and many centers in IT corridor), and other software companies like Wipro, CTS, Patni, L&T infotech and many companies have major operations in IT corridor, Ambattur and other places in Chennai
Die indische IT-BPO-Industrie hat bezogen auf die verfügbaren Talente einen Anteil von 28 % unter 28 Niedriglohnländern. Die IT-BPO Industrie beschäftigt 2,2 Millionen Menschen direkt und nochmals 8 Millionen Menschen indirekt und steht für einen Anteil am GDP von mehr als 5%. Indien ist mit einem Anteil von 55% am globalen Markt für IT-Services und 35% für BPO-Services der führende Standort für IT-BPO Services.
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