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#GreyhoundInMedia: Capgemini names Salil Parekh deputy CEO #Press #Media @livemint #CEO @Capgemini @CapgeminiIndia

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Parekh will focus on the business growth strategy and operating dynamics, along with current responsibilities.

Salil Parekh, who heads the Application Services One and Sogeti units of Europe’s largest information technology (IT) services firm, the Capgemini Group, has now become a deputy chief executive officer. “The leadership team structure at Capgemini group continues to be the same but Parekh’s title is new. The change was formalised late February,” said a company spokesperson, adding that Parekh now shares this position with Patrick Nicolet and Olivier Sevillia.

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#GreyhoundInMedia: Next Level Is Banking By Video-Conferencing #Press #Media @IntlFinanceMag

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Visiting your neighbourhood bank branch may soon be a thing of the past. With technology advancement taking place in leaps and bounds, banks are now following customers away from the 9 to 5 shift.

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#GreyhoundInMedia: #IT #Companies Now Generate Higher Revenue From Fixed Price Contracts #Press #Media @TradeBriefs

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The $120-billion information technology industry now generates almost half of its revenue from fixed price contracts. While this indicates the rising comfort of overseas clients in dealing with Indian software providers, industry watchers feel that the trend may result in thinner margins and fewer job additions in India.

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#GreyhoundInMedia: IT Companies Now Generate Higher Revenue From Fixed Price Contracts #Press #Media @Biznews

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The $120-billion information technology industry now generates almost half of its revenue from fixed price contracts. While this indicates the rising comfort of overseas clients in dealing with Indian software providers, industry watchers feel that the trend may result in thinner margins and fewer job additions in India.

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#GreyhoundInMedia: IT Companies Now Generate Higher Revenue From Fixed Price Contracts #Press #Media @NewsNow

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The $120-billion information technology industry now generates almost half of its revenue from fixed price contracts. While this indicates the rising comfort of overseas clients in dealing with Indian software providers, industry watchers feel that the trend may result in thinner margins and fewer job additions in India.