- Highly skilled human resource
- Low wage structure
- Quality of work
- Initiatives taken by the Government (setting up Hi-Tech Parks and implementation of e-governance projects)
- Many global players have set-up operations in India like Microsoft, Oracle, Adobe, etc.
- Following Quality Standards such as ISO 9000, SEI CMM etc.
- English-speaking professionals
- Cost competitiveness
- Quality telecommunications infrastructure
- Indian time zone (24 x 7 services to the global customers). Time difference between India and America is approximately 12 hours, which is beneficial for outsourcing of work.
- Absence of practical knowledge
- Dearth of suitable candidates
- Less Research and Development
- Contribution of IT sector to India ‘s GDP is still rather small.
- Employee salaries in IT sector are increasing tremendously. Low wages benefit will soon come to an end.
- High quality IT education market
- Increasing number of working age people
- India ‘s well developed soft infrastructure
- Upcoming International Players in the market
- Lack of data security systems Countries like China and Philippines with qualified workforce making efforts to overcome the English language barrier
- Countries like China and Philippines with qualified workforce making efforts to overcome the English language barrier
- IT development concentrated in a few cities only