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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Don’t depend on selling IT solutions to China, Japan: Govt to Infosys, TCS, others

Indian information technology giants like Infosys, TCS, and others must not be overly dependent on selling their services in non-English speaking …
IT companies, China, IT solutions, trade war, wipro, infosys, tcs, assocham, nordic countries, europe, information technologyIT companies, China, IT solutions, trade war, wipro, infosys, tcs, assocham, nordic countries, europe, information technologyRepresentatives of the IT companies informed that India’s investments and business have not been able to grow in China due to various challenges and non-tariff barriers.

Indian information technology giants like Infosys, TCS, and others must not be overly dependent on selling their services in non-English speaking countries such as China, Japan and Korea, and instead must look at opportunities in other markets like Europe, Canada, Australia, etc, Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal has said. He has also requested industry body NASSCOM and the senior members of big IT companies to share specific data regarding non-tariff barriers being faced by them in China and other East Asian markets.

Piyush Goyal held a meeting with senior managers of TCS, Infosys, Wipro, HCL Tech, NIIT Tech, Tech Mahindra, Satyam Venture Engineering, Invento Robotics, and others, where Sangeeta Godbole, DG of Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC) and Debjani Ghosh, President of NASSCOM were also present. The meeting was aimed to discuss the opportunities for the Indian IT industry to grow their business in new markets like the Nordic countries, Eastern and Central Europe, Canada, Australia, and Africa.

Piyush Goyal asked IT industry representatives to seek opportunity for greater investments and growth in East Asian markets like China, Japan, and Korea, but he also urged India’s IT services companies to explore other markets and not be inhibited in operating in countries that are non-English speaking.

Piyush Goyal assured them that the government of India will provide the necessary support for the global growth of India’s flagship industry and will make the possible efforts to facilitate the IT service industry. He added that the government is ready to engage with China, Japan, and Korea in this regard.

Representatives of the IT companies informed that India’s investments and business have not been able to grow in China due to various challenges and non-tariff barriers. They also added that Indian IT giants like TCS, WIPRO, Infosys, Tech Mahindra, and HCL are doing business in China for more than a decade and have been employing around 90 per cent of local people in their China operations but returns are very low and therefore Indian IT service companies do not have a reason to show much interest to invest and expand their operations in China.

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IT Services Q1 preview: Demand to remain buoyant; margin resilience will be put to test

According to them, tier-I companies such as TCS, Infosys, Tech Mahindra will drive growth in the sector, while mid caps or tier-II companies shall …

Brokerages expect the demand to sustain for IT Services companies heading into the first quarter of the financial year 2020; albeit margins shall decline on the back of a resurgence of the US dollar, wage hikes, high attrition, visa costs and a strong rupee.

According to them, tier-I companies such as TCS, Infosys, Tech Mahindra will drive growth in the sector, while mid caps or tier-II companies shall deliver mixed results heading into the quarter.

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Here is a gist of what Motilal Oswal, Prabhudas Lilladher and Edelweiss expect from Q1 performance of IT Services companies.

Brokerage: Motilal Oswal

The firm expects revenue to grow 11 percent, while EBITDA and PAT could grow 9 percent and 4 percent respectively, in the first quarter of FY20.

“We expect the EBIT margin across the top-tier to shrink by 50-160 bps, with the contraction particularly pronounced (100bp+) at TCS, Infosys and Tech Mahindra,” said Motilal Oswal in a report.

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The firm also said that they would keep an eye on attrition rates this quarter, along with the impact of visa expenses on profitability.

“As attrition rates have been high and visas remain hard to come by, commentary on margins across the board may shape the course for the sector’s FY20 earnings expectations and near-term valuations,” it added.

Top picks:Cyient, Infosys, Tech Mahindra, Zensar Technologies

Brokerage: Prabhudas Lilladher

The brokerage expects the first quarter of FY20 to deliver mixed results.

“We expect revenue growth in constant currency (CC) between 0.7-3.2 percent QoQ for tier-1 IT companies. We expect TCS to deliver 3.2 percent QoQ CC broad-based growth across verticals and geographies, while Infosys shall deliver steady growth of 2.5 percent QoQ CC, with 146 bps QoQ decline in margins led by wage hikes, H-1B visa costs and rupee appreciation,” said Prabhudas Lilladher in a report.

They expect tier-I companies to deliver mixed growth, while growth for tier-II companies could be muted. The firm also expects margins to remain under pressure across the pack.

PL-3

“While Q1 is a seasonally strong quarter for IT services, we can observe pressure on YoY revenue momentum and there are headwinds on margins such as higher onsite costs, investments in digital and weakening rupee advantage,” they added.

Top picks:TCS, L&T Technology Services

Brokerage: Edelweiss

The financial company expects TCS, Infosys and HCL to report healthy 2.8–2.9 percent QoQ revenue growth in CC in Q1 FY20. Meanwhile, it expects Wipro and Tech Mahindra to deliver flattish revenue growth.

Edelweiss expects cross-currency headwinds, owing to the resurgence of US dollar, to dent the dollar revenue growth rate by 20-25bps QoQ.

EDEL

“Wage hikes, high attrition, visa costs and a strong rupee are expected to keep margins under pressure, which is estimated to decline 60-200 bps for the top five IT companies. However, sustained momentum in digital and strong deals pipeline across verticals are likely to underpin strong management commentaries,” they said in a report.

The company said investors should watch out for growth rates and deal size in digital; demand commentary by industry, while monitoring BFSI; attrition commentary; and commentary on local hiring.

Top picks:Infosys, Tech Mahindra, HCL Technologies, L&T Infotech, L&T Technology Services

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After Market: YES Bank, auto stocks plunge; investors lose Rs 2.22 lakh crore

NEW DELHI: Snapping the winning spree of last four consecutive sessions, equity benchmarks Sensex and Nifty settled with deep cuts on Friday.
NEW DELHI: Snapping the winning spree of last four consecutive sessions, equity benchmarks Sensex and Nifty settled with deep cuts on Friday.

Union Budget 2019 disappointed the Street as the government did not give any respite on the long-term capital gains tax on equities and equity-oriented mutual funds, while a big surcharge tax on the high-income group and a step toward raising public shareholding limit to 35 per cent from 25 per cent seem to have made investors jitterey.

“The big surcharge tax on the high-income group and possible liquidity squeezing of the secondary market due to disinvestment and increased public shareholding dragged the market down,” said Amar Ambani, President, YES Securities.

Besides, there was no major immediate measure to boost disposable incomes which weighed on consumption stocks.

The 30-share Sensex finished 394.67 points, or 0.99 per cent, down at 39,513.39, with 24 stocks in the red. Nifty ended 135.60 points, or 1.14 per cent, down at 11,811.15. Among the 50 stocks in the index, 44 incurred losses.

Let’s take a look at the top highlights of Friday’s trade:

Investors lose Rs 2.22 lakh crore

Friday’s fall in equities dragged the cumulative market capitalisation of BSE-listed firms to Rs 1,51,35,495.86 crore from Rs 1,53,58,075.53 crore on Thursday, making investors poorer by Rs 2,22,580 crore.

Metal pack worst hit

The BSE Metal pack fell 3.85 per cent to 10,601.47, ending the day as the top sectoral loser. Each component of the index closed in the red, with SAIL (down 6.83 per cent), Jindal Steel & Power (down 5.53 per cent), NMDC (down 4.85 per cent), Vedanta (down 4.41 per cent) and Hindalco Industries (down 3.80 per cent) as the top losers. “The Budget disappointed the industry. The hike in customs duty is not on the expected lines. Moreover, there was no clear boost for the auto sector which is the top consumer of steel and aluminium,” said Sameer Kalra, Founder, Target Investing.

Auto stocks skid

The auto pack on BSE fell 2.83 per cent to 17,692.26 with every stock down. Mahindra & mahindra (down 4.41 per cent), Hero MotoCorp (down 3.54 per cent), Tata Motors (down 3.06 per cent), Maruti Suzuki (down 2.71 per cent) and Bajaj Auto (down 2.16 per cent) lost big after the FM increased excise duty and Cess each by one rupee a litre on petrol and diesel.

IT majors fall as FM taxes share buyback

IT heavyweights Wipro (down 4.21 per cent), TCS (down 3.61 per cent), Infosys (2.13 per cent), Tech Mahindra (down 2.79 per cent) and HCL Technologies (down 2.29 per cent) suffered strong losses after the Finance Minister proposed an additional tax of 20 per cent in case of buyback of shares. Earlier, cash-rich IT companies would go for share buybacks instead of dividends to avoid dividend tax.

Gem & jewellery stocks fall on rise

Shares of Thangamayil Jewellery (down 7.43 per cent), Ashapuri Gold Ornament (down 6.61 per cent), Goldiam International (down 5.42 per cent), PC Jeweller (down 4.95 per cent) and Narbada Gems and Jewellery (down 4.72 per cent) suffered losses after the Finance Minister said customs duty on gold and precious metals will increase to 12.5 per cent from 10 per cent.

KEBL plunges 20 per cent

Shares of packaged food maker KRBL plunged 20 per cent to Rs 253.45, ending the day as the top loser on BSE after ED attached its properties worth Rs 15 crore on Thursday. In a BSE filing today, the company said, “KRBL is not involved at all in any money laundering case, though it is correct that on July 4, 2019, ED has attached a portion our land at Dhuri Tehsil Sangrur District of Punjab, valuing about Rs 15 crore without giving any show-cause notice to the Company.”

YES Bank plunges 8%

Shares of YES Bank fell 8.36 per cent to Rs 88.20, a day after it acquired over 9 per cent stake in the battery maker Eveready Industries by invoking pledged shares following loan default by a group company. Shares of Eveready Industries closed 0.21 per cent down at Rs 70.05.

85 stocks show bearish sign

Momentum indicator moving average convergence divergence, or MACD, showed bearish crossovers on 85 counters on BSE, signalling a potential fall for them in the coming sessions. Among those stocks were YES Bank, NBCC (India), BHEL, Tata Steel, Vedanta, Tata Global Beverages, Maruti Suzuki India and Voltas. On the other hand, IRB Infrastructure, PNB Housing Finance, DB Corp and Navkar Builders were among the 37 stocks that showed bullish crossovers.

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Infy courts French Open, aims to showcase its tech prowess through sport

Sport is the new playground for Infosys as the IT services major raises its engagement with games like tennis through partnership with premier global …

Sport is the new playground for Infosys as the IT services major raises its engagement with games like tennis through partnership with premier global tournaments such as the French Open and Australian Open.

According to officials, such partnership will not only give the company an opportunity to showcase its expertise in new technology areas, they will also help in boosting its brand image with clients and employees.

“This (French Open) is a tremendous opportunity and through the world of tennis, a lot of our clients and senior people visit the event. So that gives a different mindshare about Infosys,” said U B Pravin Rao, chief operating officer (COO), Infosys.

“In this tournament, we have invited various CXO level officials of our clients in Europe. So, we will discuss a lot of things happening in the IT services world on the sidelines of the tournament,” Rao added.

In March this year, Infosys entered into a three-year partnership with Roland Garros, the official name of the French Open, to provide technology solutions for the tennis tournament.

The Bengaluru-headquartered firm has been working as a services provider to another prestigious tennis event — the Australian Open.

“Even during the Australian Open, we had our APAC clients’ meet on the sidelines of the event. We have been leveraging this and the feedback is very positive,” said Rao.

Apart from involving its client base and senior staffers, Infosys is engaging its employees in mega events.

The IT firm, which is facing a high level of employee attrition at junior levels, sees this as a tool to deepen its engagement with its workers. “We are trying to engage our employees whenever such events are organised. For instance, during the Australian Open, we held a graffiti contest among our employees,” the Infosys COO said.

Companies such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Tech Mahindra have been working with sporting events for some time. By organising marathon events worldwide, experts said, TCS has been building up its brand image in key client geographies. The IT major is the title sponsor of the New York City Marathon for the last five years.

Tech Mahindra had worked as the IT services provider for the FIFA World Cup in 2010 and 2014, held in South Africa and Brazil, respectively.

Among other players, IT/BPM firm Quess Corp took a majority stake in Kolkata’s East Bengal Club as part of its branding initiatives.

Apart from involving its client base and senior level staffers, Infosys is also making a conscious effort to engage its employees in such mega events. The IT firm, which is facing high level of employee attrition among the junior level, sees this as a tool to deepen the engagement with the employees. “We are also trying to engage our employees whenever such events are organised. For instance, during Australian Open, we held a graffiti contest among our employees,” the Infosys COO said.

There are several other IT services companies in India such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Tech Mahindra who have been working with sporting events for some time. By organising marathon events worldwide, experts said, TCS has been building up its brand image in key client geographies. The IT major is the title sponsor of New York City Marathon for the last five years. Similarly, Tech Mahindra had worked as the IT services provider for the FIFA world cups in 2010 and 2014 events held in South Africa and Brazil respectively. Among other players, IT/BPM firm, Quess Corp has taken a majority stake in Kolkata’s East Bengal Club as part of its branding initiatives.

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