"Chandra is the right man for the right job who brings a lot of experience, maturity and midas touch," V Balakrishnan, former Infosys CFO said.
"From evacuating Indians from Yemen to helping replace lost passports, Swaraj has earned the nickname "the common tweeple's leader" for her aggressive use of Twitter," the magazine noted.
Daan Utsav or what literally means the festival of giving is celebrated every year from October 2 to October 8th in India. CNBC-TV18 partnered with Teach For India and Sampark Foundation's Vineet Nayar, who is also the former chief executive officer of HCL Technologies. Nayar got candid with a bunch of 8 year olds on leadership and life.
The former CEO of HCL Technologies and Founder, Sampark Foundation, Vineet Nayar takes the hot seat on Young Turks Mentor. Catch Vineet with early stage entrepreneurs Anurag Prasad of 11 Estates and Kartik Arora of Bizarre Creations as he deep dives into their business plans and shares his journey from tech to philanthropy!
Having built an IT behemoth, Shiv Nadar is now focussed on creating an education empire as part of his philanthropic vision
While Shiv Nadar, founder and chairman, HCL Tech, is confident the company will not be sold out in the next 10 years, Roshni Nadar, executive director and chief executive officer, HCL Corporation adds that the same is unlikely for the next 20 years.
Going ahead, product is going to be packaged as part of the service and is going to be offered on a per user per month, per usage basis
"Majority of SMEs would come online and use self serve models for business in next two-three years" was the key takeaway from the SME Conclave 2013 organised by IndiaMART.com in association with TiE Delhi NCR at India Habitat Centre, here recently.
Watch on CNBC-TV18 a discussion among experts at the Citi-MIT Sloan convention moderated by Naazneen Karmali, India-editor, Forbes Asia concur that the need to boost economic growth has attained centrestage for electorates across the country in the last year before the general elections in 2014.
Looking at the long-term road map for IT Industry, National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) is projecting that we will touch another USD 100 billion over the next five-seven years for the Indian IT Industry.
Cognizant came out with a healthy set of numbers and has beaten in terms of guidance. Their outlook remains mixed according to a lot of analysts. Ankur Rudra of Ambit Capital tells us how can we extrapolate this to the IT sector.
HCL Technologies rose over 4 percent early Thursday to a 52-week high of Rs 709 on NSE after the company surprised the market with better-than-expected earnings for the December quarter, beating analyst estimates at the revenue and net profit levels.
Global IT services provider HCL Technologies today released its second corporate sustainability report under the 'Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) 3.1' framework.
HCL Technologies' consolidated net profit rose 78 percent, year-on-year, to Rs 885 crore in July-September quarter. In an interview to CNBC-TV18, the company‘s management â€” vice chairman and chief executive officer Vineet Nayar and chief financial officer Anil Chananaâ€”speak about the results.
Speaking to CNBC-TV18, Vice chairman and CEO Vineet Nayar said that though macroeconomic initiators continue to be weak, he remains optimistc remains optimistic on account of vendor churn on account of vendor churn.
Vineet Nayar, Vice Chairman and CEO of one of India‘s big five technology companies, HCL Technologies, joined the company as a management trainee in 1985. Nayar is also best-selling author of a management book which is called Employees First, Customers Second.
HCL Technologies on Tuesday denied reports that there was any management rejig on the cards and said Vineet Nayar would remain the vice chairman and chief executive of the company.
HCL Technologies managed to counter the impact of recession with its EFCS (Employees First, Customers Second) initiative. Let's see how the journey of MAD has been so far. A MAD is a platform that help change agents realise their dreams in our country.
HCL Technologies, India's fourth-largest software services exporter, reported a 28% rise in quarterly net profit, beating expectations, after customers boosted orders to cut operational costs amid the global economic uncertainty.
There has been significant vendor churn in the last months amid global economic uncertainties led by the Euro zone debt crisis, Vineet Nayar, Vice Chairman and CEO of HCL Technologies said on Monday.
HCL Tech has registered Q3 EBIT growth at 42% year-on-year led by the slew of deals that the company managed to garner in Q2.
IT major HCL today denied allegations of deleting data of its client Rupert Murdoch-led News International, which is deeply mired in UK's phone hacking scandal.
HCL, which counts Microsoft, IBM, HP and Oracle as partners, said it was seeing a significant churn among vendors. "The deals in pipeline are bigger than ever before with October-December being the biggest quarter in terms of booking orders. With this our working capital cycle too is seen declining consistently," the management pointed out.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Vineet Nayar, chief executive of HCL Technologies said that bad macro-economic condition in developed world is good for Indian IT industry.
Software services firm HCL Technologies' third quarter (January-March) numbers beat analysts estimates by a comfortable margin. In an interview with CNBC-TV18’s Udayan Mukherjee, Vineet Nayar, VC and CEO, HCL Tech and Anil Chanana, CFO, HCL Tech, speak about the results and give their outlook going forward.