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Indian IT Services Market

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DQI Bureau
New Update

Top 20

Exporters

Rank



FY 07

Rank



FY 06

Company

Exports (Rs crore)

Growth



(%)

FY 06

FY 07

1

1

TCS

11,694

16,267

39.1

2

2

Infosys

8,959

13,025

45.4

3

3

Wipro

7,462

10,354

38.8

4

4

Satyam

4,515

5,789

28.2

5

5

IBM

2,919

4,880

67.2

6

6

HCL Technologies

3,264

4,598

40.9

7

7

Cognizant

2,503

4,583

83.1

8

13

Oracle India

2,369

3,663

54.6

9

12

Tech Mahindra

1,231

2,890

134.8

10

8

Patni

2,095

2,573

22.8

11

9

HP

1,734

2,254

30.0

12

15

L&T Infotech

775

1,244

60.5

13

New

Capgemini

700

1,160

65.7

14

16

Aricent

829

1,072

29.3

15

14

Perot Systems

821

975

18.8

16

New

Syntel

735

932

26.8

17

17

Polaris

742

904

21.8

18

18

Hexaware

683

885

29.6

19

20

MphasiS

642

836

30.2

20

New

SISL

588

778

32.3

Top 20

55,260

79,662

44.2

Source: DQ estimates

CyberMedia Research





The Top 20 continue to grow faster than the industry. Oracles

strong showing in exports is driven by its i-flex acquisition




The conscious effort to bring down application ADM revenue share is
paying off




The year 2006-07 saw the highest growth in the combined exports of top
20 exporters in this millennium
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The big jump in European

revenue share is partly because one of the firmsTech Mahindradraws

73% of its revenues from Europe. Excluding that, the European contribution

was around 27.5%
Contrary to popular

perception, the average value of the dollar last year was higher than the

previous year. But it has started falling since August 2006 and sharply

since March 2007

Domestic

IT Services

 

Revenue

Facilities Management

2,506

Managed Services

1,154

Maintenance--Own

Systems

1,492

Third Party

Maintenance

1,987

Customized Software

Development

1,603

Packaged Software

Implementation

1,676

Network Integration

6,734

Network Management

Services

709

Hosting Services

628

Security Services

221

Total Outsourcing

159

Consulting

2,079

Source:

DQ estimates CyberMedia Research




The Indian IT services market showed a surge in 2006-07 after a year of
conservative growth in 2005-06
Though network integration,

AMCs, and facilities management are still the bread and butter for most IT

service providers, managed services and packaged software implementation

have emerged as their caviar

Compiled by Shipra Malhotra



shipram@cybermedia.co.in

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