Datamine: Software

The
Dataquest Top 20 Software & Services Exporters
  Rank

Company

Revenue
(Rs cr)
Growth
2004-05 2003-04   2003-04 2004-05 (%)
1 1 Tata
Consultancy Services
5,503 8,277**
2 2 Infosys
Technologies
4,709 6,805 44
3 3 Wipro 3,975 5,018 26
4 4 Satyam
Computer Services
2,472 3,362 36
5 5 HCL
Technologies
1,895 2,564 35
6 7 IBM
GSI
936 1,950 108
7 6 Patni
Computer Systems
1,223 1,548 27
8 8 Cognizant 
(IDC operations)*
839 1,511 80
9 9 i-flex 773 1,112 44
10   HP
GDIC
938 1,056 13
11 10 Mahindra
British Telecom
727 937 26
12 15 Oracle
(IDC operations)*
512 751 47
13 18 Accenture 
(IDC operations)*
448 704 57
14 11 Polaris 579 695 20
15 17 Texas
Instruments
484 660 36
16 12 Perot
Systems TSI
544 657 21
17   Hexaware 378 583 54
18 20 Mastek 379 549 45
19   L&T
Infotech
337 546 62
20 14 iGate
Global Solutions
538 534 -1
    Total
Top 20
27,987# 39,820 42
    Total
Software Exports
40,750 55,692 37
*IDC
(India Development Center) operations. Does not include global
revenue (for US-registered companies)   
**The
revenues of TCS for FY 2004-05 are consolidated numbers unlike
in 2003-04, where DQ had taken standalone numbers.
For
FY 2004-05, its standalone revenue was pegged at Rs 7,449
crore.
Source:
DQ estimates

CyberMedia
Research

How
Productive are our Billionaires?
  Total Productivity No
of
  Revenue   Employees
IBM 46.4 293 329,001
EDS 20.6 156 132,000
Accenture 15.6 156 100,000
CSC 14.3 158 90,000
TCS 2.2 53 40,992
Infosys 1.6 49 32,178
Wipro 1.7 39 42,385
Satyam 0.8 41 18,692
HCL
Tech
0.7 32 22,034
Patni 0.4 34 10,375
Purely
for  academic interest:
If an Indian billion dollar company maintains the current manpower
productivity rate, it would take over 900,000 employees to reach IBM
Global Service’s current revenue of $44.4 bn. This would be about
1.5 times the current IT industry workforce

Where is the Money Coming From?

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