Software Companies in Bangalore


Bangalore, the Silicon Valley is one of the cream place for software companies. In fact, a major contribution in India's phenomenal growth in the field of software is provided by the software companies at Bangalore.

Every year Bangalore conducts conferences , workshops and exhibitions Related to software. There are a number of reasons behind the software companies being centered at Bangalore. They are:
  • A very favorable climate
  • Excellent infrastructure
  • Availability of human resources
  • International quality research and development centers
  • Cosmopolitan ambiance
  • Favorable government policies
The work of various software companies in Bangalore are:

  • Software development
  • Maintaining and re-engineering services on high-end Internet
  • Providing various IT solutions
  • Meeting the multifarious needs of the customers
  • Services in the field of application development, business intelligence and data warehousing
  • Product realization services, etc
Some Reputed Software Companies in Bangalore:



Last Updated on : 03/12/2013


     


     

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