NASSCOM


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NASSCOMNational Association of Software and Service Companies (India)
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In addition, members of TiE Mumbai would get the opportunity to interact with NASSCOM members - representing a larger industry ecosystem, to the likes of Banks, Insurance Tech captive centres, Indian Financial Service companies, etc.
As digitization expands its horizons and permeates into sectors beyond IT services, the National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) today unveiled its findings for India's Agritech sector in its report titled, 'Agritech in India - Emerging Trends in 2019'.
NASSCOM said the extension is required so that the industry will have enough time to install digital KYC processes.
The platform was inaugurated in the presence of Navdeep Singh Suri, Ambassador of India in the UAE, Debjani Ghosh, President of NASSCOM, Malek Al Malek, Group CEO of TECOM Group, Abdulla Belhoul, CEO of TECOM Group and Ammar Al Malik Managing Director of DIC and Dubai Outsource City (DOC).
Dhibjani Gosh, president of Nasscom, expects 30-40 companies from India to avail this facility and explore Dubai market for growth.
Established in 1988 and ever since, NASSCOM's relentless pursuit has been to constantly support the IT BPM industry, in the latter's continued journey towards seeking trust and respect from varied stakeholders, even as it reorients itself time and again to remain innovative, without ever losing its humane and friendly touch.
Debjani Ghosh, President, NASSCOM. The program was intended at exploring Business and Investment opportunities, strengthening business relations by collaborating on new projects, and seeking Technology partners in Israel.
Chandrashekhar on the completion of his five-year term as head of the National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom).
HirePro's entry into NASSCOM membership is quite unique, as the company works in the space of Recruitment Process Outsourcing, largely driven by technology platforms.
Nasscom, which tried to allay fears of large-scale job losses in the $154 billion industry, said upgrading skillset of the workforce is a must to ensure job losses are contained and remain at low levels.
According to the latest lobbying disclosure reports filed with the US Senate, Nasscom paid $ 1,50,000 to its two registered lobbyists in the first quarter of 2017.