Global Application Management Services Market Data Analysis 2019-2025:Accenture, IBM, Infosys …

It demonstrates various segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft …

The global “Application Management Services Market” report conveys the analytical and statistical data related to the market in a much elucidating manner. The Application Management Services market delivers an expanded platform with numerous chances of business growth for product manufacturers and services providers, organizations, associations, and firms Accenture, IBM, Infosys, TCS, Atos Origin, Bourntec Solutions, Capgemini, Cognizant, CSC, Deloitte, Fujitsu, HP, Iblesoft, Ingenuity Technologies, L&T Infotech, Logica, Tech Mahindra, NTT Data, Wipro, Xerox, BFSI, Telecom and IT, Retail and eCommerce, Healthcare and Lifesciences, Manufacturing, Energy and Utilities, Others by opposing among themselves through offering reliable products and services, increasing supply and generating higher revenue through more sales.

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The report presents a demand for individual segment in each region. It demonstrates various segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox and sub-segments Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox of the global Application Management Services market. The report delivers significant data related to the Application Management Services market in a methodological manner, including essential factors responsible for fluctuations in demand and supply by the customers and ventures. The report emphasizes the ongoing technological innovations and advancements to provide our customers with a chance to know and opt for better choices under stressed business situations. The report also stresses over explaining the effect of regulations and policies launched by the federal government on the ongoing businesses.

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The global Application Management Services market report offers previous data as well as the current status of the Application Management Services market key players. The market analysts utilized various mathematical and statistical strategies, along with analytical tools such as SWOT analysis for better evaluation of the gathered raw data of multiple industries, through which the analysts developed the predictable market growth trend for upcoming several years. The concluded data also reveal the upcoming threats and opportunities possibly influencing the market business to a certain level. The report also delivers the market analysis based on geographical segmentation of the market to comprehend the regional development throughout the world.

To provide the analytical information in an easily understandable way, the experts have included graphs, figures, flowcharts, diagrams, facts, as well as realistic and statistical examples in the global Application Management Services market report.

There are 15 Chapters to display the Global Application Management Services market

Chapter 1, Definition, Specifications and Classification of Application Management Services , Applications of Application Management Services , Market Segment by Regions;

Chapter 2, Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;

Chapter 3, Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Application Management Services , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;

Chapter 4, Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);

Chapter 5 and 6, Regional Market Analysis that includes United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan, Application Management Services Segment Market Analysis (by Type);

Chapter 7 and 8, The Application Management Services Segment Market Analysis (by Application) Major Manufacturers Analysis of Application Management Services ;

Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox, Market Trend by Application Accenture,IBM,Infosys,TCS,Atos Origin,Bourntec Solutions,Capgemini,Cognizant,CSC,Deloitte,Fujitsu,HP,Iblesoft,Ingenuity Technologies,L&T Infotech,Logica,Tech Mahindra,NTT Data,Wipro,Xerox;

Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;

Chapter 11, The Consumers Analysis of Global Application Management Services ;

Chapter 12, Application Management Services Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;

Chapter 13, 14 and 15, Application Management Services sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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Techies, save your jobs like this: A win-win formula at Infosys

However, Infosys has found a novel way to retrain its staff. It is upskilling employees which will help it cut attrition and acquire future-ready workforce.
These are bad times for mid-level staff at India’s information technology (IT) companies. The sector is being redrawn by new-age trends such as automation, artificial intelligence and cloud computing. Emerging technology poses a big threat to traditional business of the companies so that they are forced to look for employees who are conversant with the new technological trends.

While the companies rationalise workforce, hire freshers with new-age skills at high salaries, finish certain jobs and retire employees early, the most vulnerable group is the mid-level employees. If you are a techie around 40 years of age and not in step with swiftly changing times, your professional future could be bleak.

But now a ray of hope has emerged for such employees. The companies have been trying to retrain their staff, but retraining does not work always. However, Infosys has found a novel way to retrain its staff. It is upskilling employees which will help it cut attrition and acquire future-ready workforce.

Infosys is doubling pay packages for employees who successfully complete its new bridge programmes. These help staff to shift from their existing job to one that demands higher skills. The company expects this will also reduce attrition at junior levels — the rate has been high in recent times at over 20% — and give young employees more career options, TOI has reported. Other IT companies, including TCS and Wipro, too are coming up with novel methods to reskill employees in fields like consulting, automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning, and to make them stay for longer durations.

Infosys has developed more than half-a-dozen bridge programmes. The bridge-to-consulting programme, which it started this year, targets young employees who, on average, have spent three years with the company. That’s the time period after which many look for jobs in rival companies for a promotion and a fatter salary, or pursue higher studies, preferably an MBA. The programme aims to move employees to the consulting side of the business, and includes a test and a three-month curriculum. After that, the employee has to spend six months interning in a consulting project and, upon completion, the role changes and the new salary structure kicks in.

“We are focused on creating a flexible internal market place for our talent to grow instead of their leaving to join, say, an MBA course. These programmes provide people with alternative career growth opportunities,” Krish Shankar, head of human resources at Infosys, told TOI.

Infosys said that employees who go through the programmes have seen their salary rise by 80-120%. Some 400 people have been trained in these programmes till date. The company declined to disclose the base salary on which the increases have been provided. But considering that a fresh engineering graduate starts at about Rs 3.5 lakh per annum and assuming an average hike of 10% for three consecutive years, a bridge programme could take the salary close to Rs 9 lakh, similar to what an MBA graduate may receive.

Other bridge programmes include a bridge-to-power programming for those who want to do high-level programming, a bridge-to-design, to full-stack development, and to tech architecture. Power programmers have to take a test and crack a hackathon. For design, the company used to hire people from the National Institute of Design (NID), but now is looking to upskill its own employees as the field is set to grow exponentially with digital technologies. “The demand for these skills will rise as we scale, and these programmes give us flexibility,” said Shankar.

The bridge-to-consulting programme is also part of the company’s effort to focus more on consulting as it looks to ramp up a segment that is dominated by the likes of IBM, Capgemini, Accenture and Deloitte. Clients are today looking to IT vendors for advice on digital transformation and not just have them manage their back-end operations. Asked if Indian companies were late to map careers for their employees, Shankar said firms were doing it. “As the industry changes, demand for people with specific skills is growing,” he said.

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