India New England News SAI listed as 5th largest Indus Technology Companies Issue
Thursday, August 07, 2003
WAKEFIELD, Mass. - If the scope and sheer size of the The Indus Entrepreneurs-Boston conference were economic indicators, the recession would be declared over. As 780 people jammed into the Sheraton Colonial Center in Wakefield, organizers billed the late-May event as the region's premier conference for entrepreneurs. The attendance was an increase of more than 50 percent from when non-profit TIE-Boston hosted its last full-fledged conference. On this occasion, the directory of the largest Indus Technology companies was released by New England News.
India New England News Long-term relationships help SAI survive
Friday, October 18, 2002
Ramesh Wadhwani knows the importance of a long-term relationship.
Founder and chief executive of SAI Systems, Wadhwani is in a tough line of business these days: software consulting. Sales are down. The company lost money last year. Some employees have been laid off.
Still, SAI Systems has managed to endure the recession with the bulk of its operations intact. And Wadhwani is quick to cite SAI's long-standing relationships with clients as the principal reason why.
India has come a long way since Independence Free Press Journal By M.V.Kammath
Friday, September 20, 2002
Fifty-five years after Jawaharlal Nehru's Tryst with Destiny speech welcoming free India, is there much to crow about? The answer, despite the pessimists, is a resounding Yes, there is. And we have to be proud of India's achievements. There is nothing much to be pleased about population growth which was about 350 million around 1947 and is now over a billion. But life expectancy was around 29 years at the time of independence but is now closer to 65.
New IT -business trends leading towards offshore outsourcing INDIA New England News
Thursday, July 18, 2002
With economic uncertainty looming above us like dark storm clouds, it's a good time to take the pulse of e-commerce ? or as it's now called, e-business ? one of the foremost drivers of the Internet revolution.
No longer does the saying, "if you build it, they will come" hold water. The idea of creating public exchanges for commerce and information sharing died with the dot-coms that went belly up over the past couple years.
Net telephony yet to take off TIMES NEWS NETWORK Monday
Monday, May 06, 2002
MUMBAI: A month after the government allowed telephone calls to be transmitted over the Internet, users are still waiting for the benefits of cheaper telephone calls. Only Net4India has commercially launched its net telephony service.
Satyam Infoway has also launched services selectively at cybercafes and is now conducting pilot tests to launch the service for the retail segment.