India’s Best Technology Solutions Provider Companies in 2020

by Manoj Kumar Digital Marketing Analyst

“India’s IT & ITeS industry grew to US$ 181 billion in 2018-19. Exports from the industry increased to US$ 137 billion in FY19 while domestic revenues (including hardware) advanced to US$ 44 billion.”- IBEF

India is steaming ahead when it comes to technological innovation and there is no withholding to the growing presence of India on the world’s stage right now. This technological boom has led to an increase of entrepreneurial spirit as well, where now, many Indians are ready to work in homegrown firms.

Adding to this technological inflation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi aspires to create an India which can easily complement the needs of tomorrow, today-- “Digital India means empowering ordinary people with the power of technology to reform, transform and develop India. It will bridge the digital divide between the haves and have-nots and bring digital inclusion based on technology which is low cost and development-oriented,” according to New Indian Express

What makes these technological outlandish companies, more pragmatic and a think tank? Strategic and meaningful workplace programs and the fact that that they have focused on people management and have contributed extravagantly in creating a conducive environment for their employees. Along with technological intervention, and an intellectual mainframe to keep both work culture and innovation at level with each other, here’s a list of India’s best technological solutions providers that are both a good host to their employees and to the world stage of a technological shift:

TATA Consultancy Service: In a recent article by Economic Times, TCS has been named as the most outstanding company. Asiamoney's Executive Editor Alex Pang commented on the impressive win for TCS- “By consistently setting a high standard in governance and leadership, TCS and other top-ranked companies in our polls are serving as exemplars, much to the betterment of all stakeholders across the region."

WIPRO: Time and again, Wipro has been recognized as one of the best leading consulting and outsourcing solutions service provider. Wipro follows its mantra “Business through Technology” and has helped its clients create a more successful and adaptive business over the past three decades.

Infosys: Infosys has time and again, given a stringent and consistent competition to its rival TCS, and has been regarded as the best company to work with by Forbes according to Economic Times recently. Forbes mentions in its declaration for Infosys- "Infosys' leading position headlined an Asian invasion in the rankings”.

AEOLogic Technologies: AEOLogic brings together one of the world’s biggest pools of profound industry experts who are respected for helping shape some of the world’s widely recognised public and corporate brands and helping businesses of all shapes and sizes prosper in a digital world. Within a small tenure of 5 years, AEOLogic has forged a permanent alliance with monumental companies like  Spicejet, NIC (National Informatics Centre), SBI, Huawei, PayTm, and more. The company has been featured by Times Of India, The Economic Times, and The Indian Express as well for their e-challan application (Government Initiative), PMO (Prime Minister Modi’s application), and Bullhorns application which is used by millions for its panic security facility. 

HCL Technologies: Economic Times, in a feature released in November this year, mentioned that HCL is amongst India’s top 5 IT firms. HCL has with time shown a positive technological outlook and has advanced progressively in the bull race of best IT companies of India.

Observing the figures for IT growth from a Human Resource perspective

Nasscom has in the past claimed that as the industry focus shifts towards modern technologies like AI, Blockchain,  and Machine Learning, then approximately 60%-65% of the prevailing IT jobs are most likely to experience huge changes over the coming five years, further making upskilling and re-skilling important. Nasscom is targeting to upskill around four million people by the year 2025 through its latest initiative, all because India’s most popular and significant technology companies continue to represent a broader hiring objective.

TCS has alone made offers of around 30,000 on campus last year, along with Wipro, who made 20,000 job offers. “Hiring continues to be very strong to fulfil the order book. Net addition in Q2 was 14,097, the highest ever number of employees to be on-boarded in a quarter,”- TCS.

Both hiring trends and the accentuated popularity of India’s most successful technology companies are a visible example of how digital businesses are growing at a faster clip.

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About Manoj Kumar Freshman   Digital Marketing Analyst

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