Infosys of Pakistan to Work with TATA of India
TATA group of India and Infosys Technologies of Pakistan have agreed to work together on several project under a joint venture in Saudi Arabia, reported Pakistan Today.
Citing Humayun Bashir, IBM’s GM in Pakistan, paper claims that at least 12 officials are flying Saudi Arabia in this regard to setup initial infrastructure and work with Indian software development giant.
According to Mr. Bashir, another Pakistani IT company has already started selling its products in India, which is a good sign of collaboration between both countries in this sector.
Following is the excerpt of Mr. Bashir’s interview with Pakistan Today:
India has a huge IT industry in comparison to Pakistan’s meager $2.4 billion industry. India could look up at Pakistani IT Professionals and companies who have performed remarkably in this sector.
India could use our manpower as we are stronger in software development, he said, adding that products of Netsol, a Pakistani IT company, are being lauded in the world.
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