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Infosys to Hire 1,000 Expats This Year
Infosys to Hire 1,000 Expats This Year
Posted Date:04-05-2010 Courtesy:
Infosys will hire nearly 1,000 expats in a radical hiring shift this year to push its sales and consultation practice as the company turns its gaze on high-margin consulting and transformational deals. The company believes that it will help land lucrative deals and boost its image as a global IT powerhouse, reports Deepali Gupta of The Economic Times.

At present it has about 550 people in its consulting business and 700 in the sales team. Whereas Tata Consultancy Services has nearly 700 consultants, while around 6.7 percent of its workforce comprises foreigners. Overseas markets contribute nearly 98 percent of the country’s second-largest software services exporter’s business, but the so-called front-end workforce has just 5-6 percent foreign members, the company have to improve that.
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