IBM Extends Services' Reach in India

Susan Hall

IBM and Bharti Airtel are celebrating the halfway point in a 10-year contract of Big Blue managing the Indian telecom's IT.

 

The original $750 million deal has grown to $2.5 billion, reports Economic Times. Most recently, IBM picked up the contract for the subsidiary Bharti Infratel.

 

IBM, with more than 70,000 employees in India, has easily beaten outsourcing rivals such as Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys Technologies to take the top spot in India's IT services market, according to a Bloomberg story on Business Standard.



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