There is an impression that India is world class in information technology (IT). This is mainly due to the success of India’s software industry and contribution of people of Indian origin in IT revolution in the United States. The fact that IT sector in the country has increased at an incredible rate of 35% per year for the last 10 years reinforces the view that India is world class in IT. At the same time, India remains a poor country both in terms of the per capita income (PCI) and the human development index (HDI). As per 2004 Human Development Report, India is among the countries with the worst disparities between their gender related development index (GDI) and HDI values. Although the per capita income in the country during the last 10 years has increased at the rate of 4.1% per year, more than 250 million people still live below the official poverty line. While some have benefited from tremendous economic growth over the last decade, however, for India’s poorest, there has been very little to celebrate. There is no doubt that inequality in income and inequality in various in frastructure facilities such as access to clean drinking water, decent housing, proper healthcare, good education, etc., is rising in the country. Trove Consulting’s IT Recruitment professionals are capable of handling complex requirements across multiple technology domains, be it a product, services or consulting.
Trove Consulting Expertise in Information Technology Sector comprises
Business Continuity Planning
IT Sales / Pre Sales & Marketing
Enterprise Relationship Management
Help Desk and Technical Support
Network / Infrastructure