In a few short decades of human history, information technology has penetrated every corner of the world and every facet of the human experience. Nowhere is this phenomenon more marked than in India. India's high availability of technically skilled workers, who are also multilingual, makes it extremely competitive on the global economic stage. The Indian Institutes of Technology are recognized for excellence on an international scale. The information technology sector in India is mainly concerned with software and services such as systems integration, application development and maintenance or CADM, consulting, software testing and Internet services. Companies such as Wal-Mart, Intel, Cisco, Oracle and Dell continue to seek out Indian information technology organizations to provide technology services.

Recent economic recessions have affected India, as have other parts of the world. However, recent events make a speedy recovery for information technology companies in India promising. India's largest computer software exporter, Tata Consultancy Services, Ltd. reports a 29% increase in earnings for the second quarter of 2009. While the gains are attributed to both new orders and cost control decisions , is not the only company reporting results that were better than anticipated. Infosys, also reports a rebound. Overall, third-quarter results increased by around Rs 16bn, compared to Rs 13bn last year over the same time period. TCS plans to add 8,000 employees to its rosters to meet the anticipated increase in demand in the next year. In other developments, Polaris Software Lab Ltd. of India agreed to purchase Laser Soft Infosystems Ltd. Laser Soft provides information technology services in the banking industry. The purchase, for approximately Rs 520 million, will add 600 people to Polaris' 9,000 and 40 financial institutions to Polaris holdings. The banking technology market is expected to experience continued growth in the short term. Payment processing and other banking infrastructure and transaction systems are expected to lead the momentum as the global economic recovery continues.

The relocation of technology support and consulting services to India has proven to be an important source of cost control for many of the world's technology companies. Mergers and acquisitions by organizations such as the NASDAQ-listed Cognizant with the UBS India Service Center notify the world that information technology resources in India are desirable assets to acquire. One of those jewels in India's crown, Proteans has recently been included in Software magazine's Software 500 list. Inclusion on this list places Proteans on a preferred list of business partners for the world's largest corporations.

Although India has experienced challenges as the primary location for outsourcing this type of work from China, the Philippines and Eastern Europe, India's superior training, not only in technology, but also in languages, is expected to keep it on track. in front of your competition. The growth of the telecommunications industry will also drive future growth in India. The ability to distribute telecommunications capacity to peripheral areas of the country allows these areas to become resources for the talent of the workforce. Hardly any advancement in information technology has occurred in the world during the last decades without the participation or influence of India. The future seems to predict continued success,

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Proteans on a preferred list of business partners for the world's largest corporations.