Automation raises Indian IT co's productivity, lowers hiring


Latest figures are a clear sign that India's IT cos are succeeding at 'non-linear' growth, where revenues rise disproportionately compared with hiring
The industry is estimated to have required 16,055 engineers to generate every additional $1 billion of export revenue in 2015-16, compared with 31,846 engineers in 2009-10, a near doubling of the efficiency with which labour is employed.


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