TCS Chennai office Courtesy:
15 January 2015

Uruguayan touch to Indian tech

Even though the India-Latin America relationship is yet to realise its potential, there are unique initiatives bridging this gap. The landmark office of Tata Consultancy Services in Chennai, hailed for its energy efficiency, has been designed by two Uruguayan architects—an effort which represents the growing synergy

bolivia Courtesy: Alain Bachellier & WEF/Flickr
19 July 2013

Lessons from Jindal’s Bolivian failure

Jindal’s integrated mining and steel project in Bolivia was the largest contract secured by an Indian company in Latin America. The project, which ultimately became a victim of the country's domestic politics, has lessons for Indian companies venturing into Latin America

narayan murthy Courtesy: N. Narayanamurthy
5 June 2013

The Return of the Patriarch

On June 1, N. Narayanamurthy, the co-founder, and former Chairman of Infosys – India’s IT giant – was appointed as the Additional Director and the Executive Chairman of the board, for five years. How momentous is his return for Infosys, and more importantly, what does this augur for the future of the company?

The other BRIC in Latin America: India Courtesy: PMO
5 May 2011

The other BRIC in Latin America: India

The potential for growth between India and Latin America is immense, now more than ever, as Indo-Latin trade reaches $20 billion in 2010, and Indian companies in the region employ more than 35,000 Latin Americans. Will India be able to overcome mental hurdles to cooperate further with this effervescent region?

US and India- Outsourcing Blues Courtesy: Indianhilbilly/WikimediaCommons
19 September 2010

U.S. and India: Outsourcing Blues

There is growing agitation in the Indian IT outsourcing industry as U.S. clients are delaying big contracts. These firms all seem to be waiting for the results of the November elections in the U.S. as the administration may be forced to change its policy on outsourcing.