By Phil Fersht on June 2, 2010
If anyone had told you a few years ago that Wipro would have a market cap of more than $30bn, you would have made a few discreet calls to their doctor, or perhaps their math teacher. But today, the Bangalore-headquartered firm has firmly shed the tag of That Indian IT firm which makes the vegetable oil, to become a genuine leading global IT services and BPO enterprise, with 105,000 employees.
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By Jason Busch on January 11, 2010
In the first post in this series, I provided an explanation of the different channel engagement models in the Spend
Management sector, as well as their historical context. In the second part of this column I’ll zero in on
Ariba and how it has m…
By Jason Busch on January 7, 2010
Earlier in the week, Ariba announced it was partnering with Wipro Consulting
Services in a licensing deal. Ariba’s goal is to get the outsourcing firm’s consulting arm up and running on its sourcing application. Taken alone, the deal is unremarkab…
By R "Ray" Wang on December 16, 2009
PEOPLE WHISPERS: MOVES, PROMOTIONS, AND MILESTONES*
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Eliot Axelrod became Senior Account Exec […]
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