Posted March 2, 2007
Courtesy Computing Canada
The landscape is changing. Indian firms are no longer working only at the lower end of the IT spectrum. Some of the largest IT firms in India have a global presence and want to create global sourcing or “right sourcing” supply chains that draw on talent and resources the world over.
Canadian companies want to be a part of that model. That’s why the Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) doubled the size of the delegation it sent to the National Association of Software and Services Companies conference, NASSCOM 2007, last month.