In a significant initiative to break into the highly-regulated Chinese market, five top Indian IT firms have for the first time formed a consortium to work on big-ticket projects planned by China's southwest Guizhou province, which includes a major cloud-based data centre.
In line with rivals TCS and Infosys, country's third largest software services firm Wipro today said it has set up a team of 200-250 professionals as part of its efforts to ramp up revenues from digital services.
"This is a large transformational deal and a significant win for us. We look forward to supporting T-Mobile enhance their business performance through increased operational efficiency," Wipro Senior Vice President and Business Head-Global Communications and Media Anil Jain said.
Powered by artificial intelligence (AI) platform - Wipro HOLMES, the solution will automate the creation of service tickets using Natural Language Processing (NLP) technologies, the company said in a statement.
Wipro Ltd., a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, today announced that it has been rated as a 'High Performer' by leading global analyst firm HfS Research, in the Population Health and Care Management (PHM) Business Services for U.S. Healthcare Providers and Payers, April 2015 Blueprint report.
India-based outsourcers such as Wipro accounted for a large chunk of the global outsourcing contracts with 23 percent share of the total contract value (TCV) of top 100 deals in 2014, research firm IDC said on Wednesday.