Bangalore Tiger: How Indian Tech Upstart Wipro is Rewriting the Rules of Global Competition / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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Welfare queen -Azmiji of India. that is ideal title for books about such shameless people who thrive on tax payers money. CEO's in India have not paid taxes on corporate income for BPO for more thna 20 years till 2009. India had no option as there was no forex with RBI for imports and that is thanks to immoral leaders since 1947 or earlier. the rogue leaders of India government who created this mess includes P. V Narashima rao, Indira gandhi, Nehru, sardar patel, pranab mukherjee, Dr. manmohan singh, MK stalin's father -dr kalaignar Karunanidhi (the most immoral) , P chidambaram( harvard) and this is a big list of rogues. NO PUNISHMENT CAN BE CONSIDERED INHUMAN FOR THESE TRAITORS OF INDIA. India shining that is the truth. BPO is simple job. I have in my 11 years for India inc. which ingloriously ended Jan 1997 in a brawl unlimited a few month later, done BPO also. during this BPO 'initiative' one fraud American stooge CEO a scamsters came of the 1980s, Jerry Rao (a rogue for IIM) had come calling at my office desk . I had to epxlain how BPO can be accomplished using simple multiplex Telephone modem ( no fibre optics lines those days) to support about a dozen BPO graduate employees with no computing skills. the job is that simple. so don't give credit to Prem ji azim etc when he has done nothing positive. Has he created a high tech skill? chip design, or chip foundry or redefined chemistry of nuclear reactors? no. clerical slave driver.
From humble beginnings as a manufacturer of vegetable oil in India, Wipro reinvented itself, with stunning speed, as one of the world's leading providers of high-tech and business-process outsourcing (BPO) services to clients around the globe. Early in this decade, Wipro's annual revenues were $500 million. B the end of the first quarter of 2007, Wipro revenues had risen to $3.47 billion ¿ a 41% increase over the same period in 2006. The firm is an acclaimed high-tech trendsetter. It received the accolade most prized by true business cognoscenti: becoming the subject of a Harvard Business School case study. The school examined how Wipro applied the principles of Toyota¿s ¿Lean¿ production system to its operations. So who is Wipro, what does the company do, and how did it become so successful so fast? We recommend that executives and managers read this book to discover the answers. Learn how your company can adopt the Wipro Way to turbocharge its operations.