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Bangalore Tiger: How Indian Tech Upstart Wipro Is Rewriting the Rules of Global Competition

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Of all the tech tigers in India, Wipro is one of a handful that stands out from the pack. In the past five years, it has become one of the most accomplished tech services providers in the world, delivering business value through a combination of process excellence, quality frameworks, and service delivery innovation. Totally dedicated to customer satisfaction, Wipro is kno ...more
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published October 1st 2006 by McGraw-Hill Companies (first published September 19th 2006)
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Dec 09, 2007 rated it liked it
Steve Hamm's book on the third biggest Indian IT services company ' Wipro ' is a welcome addition to the subject of IT outsourcing. We hear a lot about the rapid rise of these Indian companies but so far there has been little in-depth study of what has made them successful and what exactly they do as part of the services. Often in India, the detractors run these companies down by saying that they are glorified body shopping outfits. Else, there are others who think that Indian IT companies will ...more
Dec 30, 2008 rated it really liked it
"This is another good book that should be there in your reading list. Steve Hamm has striven sincerely, to give a reasonably good insight into Wipro's organizational practices and the positive impact it has made on the enterprise as a whole. Of particular interest is Wipro's policy of Zero politics." ...more
May 31, 2011 rated it liked it
The book shows a big picture of software outsourcing in India. Why Indians leed the market and what will happen in future.

It says the whole story from Wipro's point of view but it is almost the same in all big Service Provider Organisations in India.
Jun 06, 2014 rated it it was ok
a kind of ok book. provides some details about outsourcing and IT .
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Sep 29, 2014 rated it really liked it
a great view of some of the great technology indian company shaping the world.
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a book about Wipro's growth - gave an insight into BRIC and the success behind India ...more
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