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Tag: NASSCOM

Startup

Indian startups rake in $6.5 billion funding in Q2 2021: Nasscom

The biggest deal during the quarter was the $800 mn fundraise by food delivery platform Swiggy, followed by ShareChat $502 mn, Byju's $340 mn, PharmEasy $323 mn and Meesho $300 mn
Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz bags Nasscom’s award for R&D efforts

The award, given to Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India (MBRDI) has been set up by industry body Nasscom to evangelize India as a powerhouse of innovation.
Drone

Nasscom supported DronaMaps tech to power future disaster rescue operations

The new hi-tech DronaMaps specialises in command-and-control centers that integrate existing information of geography with a backbone of 3D drone maps and drone live feeds
National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom).

Indian technology services sector to breach $350 billion mark by 2025: McKinsey

A Nasscom report jointly released by McKinsey & Company Knowledge Partners - also noted that technology-driven companies are leading the path to a faster recovery globally
Skill Development, Digital Skills

Microsoft’s JV with Centre brings access to digital skills for 30 lakh people in one year

Microsoft under its global outreach programme has partnered with the Union government to create a strong digital skilling ecosystem in the country
National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom).

Over 30% jump in digital transformation deals during pandemic: Nasscom

There has been a notable acceleration in technology spending during the pandemic, and it witnessed a 30% jump in digital transformation deals, according to Nasscom
KT Rama Rao, Minister for Municipal Administration & Urban Development, Industries, and IT & Commerce, Telangana

Telangana onboards Microsoft, Nasscom to skill 30K youths in AI

With a partnership with Microsoft and Nasscom, the Telangana government aims to skill 30,000 youths in next-generation technologies.
IT Industry body Nasscom said that the changes announced to the H-1B visa program will restrict access to talent and will harm the American economy

New H-1B Visa rules will restrict US access to skilled talent: Nasscom

IT Industry body Nasscom said that the changes announced to the H-1B visa program by US will restrict access to talent and will harm the American economy
Deb Deep Sengupta, President and Managing Director, SAP Indian Subcontinent. (Photo: File)

SAP eyes India’s MSMEs with ‘Global Bharat’ program

With the aim to focus on MSMEs market in India, SAP has launched 'Global Bharat' program with Nasscom, UNDP and Pratham
National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom).

Nasscom spent Rs 3.4 crore to lobby US govt in 2019

Prime focus of Nasscom in lobbying in US included the department of commerce, education, homeland security, and department of labour.
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