Data rules the rook
India being the biggest hub of Data Analytics Outsourcing Market is looking to stay ahead of President Trump’s H-1B work-visa changes by lobbying the U.S. lawmakers and considering to train American professionals for tasks that Indians can perform excellently. Trump’s pledge of bringing back jobs to the blue-collar areas struggling in the U.S. is prophesied to be supported by Indian IT firms wanting to keep out of the crosshairs of his administration. National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) is planning to collaborate with the U.S. universities and invest in new trade schools to address the skills shortage in the country. Moreover, recently, Prime Minister Modi had a discussion in New Delhi with 26 U.S. delegates where he emphasized the significance of skilled Indian talent for the U.S. economy.
The global data analytics outsourcing could be segmented according to key parameters such as vertical, application, and type. The heart…
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