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Why IT companies are lagging

Partha Iyengar, VP distinguished analyst and India Head, Gartner feels that the $108 billion Indian IT industry has ignored the domestic market in the race to gain market share in the developed market. A big reason who Indian IT companies are lagging behind global IT companies like IBM and Accenture is because they ignored the promising domestic market in their race for gaining international market share. There is a big opportunity for Indian graduates in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) to gain employment in the IT sector because talent in the west are abandoning these disciplines.

Partha Iyengar, VP distinguished analyst and India Head, Gartner feels that the $108 billion Indian IT industry has ignored the domestic market in the race to gain market share in the developed market. A big reason who Indian IT companies are lagging behind global IT companies like IBM and Accenture is because they ignored the promising domestic market in their race for gaining international market share. There is a big opportunity for Indian graduates in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) to gain employment in the IT sector because talent in the west are abandoning these disciplines.

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