Nasscom optimistic about FY19; sees green shoots, demand uptick

Date: September 24, 2017 Published by

  • The dependence on visas (for Indian companies) has, however, come down.
  • Chandrasekhar said the industry should not be worried about protectionism as the number of visas issued has not changed.
  • Industry body Nasscom is expecting the USD 150-billion Indian IT industry to deliver a strong performance next fiscal on revival in tech spends of the financial sector and demand growth from the US clients.
  • Nasscom has already set up a centre focusing on Internet of Things or IoT in Bengaluru.
  • “These CoEs are a platform to connect companies in these emerging areas, especially in terms of finding mentors.