IT companies in Mysore



Mysore emerged to be one of the major IT hubs in Karnataka as it served to be an extension of the Silicon Valley of India. Here is providing you information on the major IT Companies in Mysore.

It is due to the fact that the City has cost-effective infrastructure, as well as more than 2,000 engineering students and about 5,000 graduate students passing out every year. In 2004-2005, the total turnover in Mysore software export was about 72 %.

At present a fairly large amount of tech hub is flourishing in the imperial city and is the home to more then three dozens IT companies such as Software Paradigms India, WiFiyNet, Logrosoft, Raman Infotech, Infosys Technologies, Excel Soft, Signefera and L&T. Presently the city gave employment to more than 5,000 IT professionals in different IT Companies in Mysore.

Major IT Companies in Mysore like Infosys Technologies, Wipro Technologies, IBM and Software Paradigm India are planning to recruit as much as 5,000 more professionals in the next few months.

The royal city of Mysore at present is attracting NRI investors and entrepreneurs to set up IT companies in the IT hub of the city.

The foreign investors are giving respond to the call because they consider Mysore as an affordable place to establish their business next to Bangalore. Good living conditions and availability of skilled manpower is another factor that attracts investors to establish them in the city.

The other major software companies of Mysore are COMAT Infoscribe, ITL, Acusis, PK Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Technovations Ind. Pvt. Ltd., Hinduja TMT Ltd, E-Bench India Pvt. Ltd., Catalyst, Brigade Groups, Comat Technologies Pvt. Ltd., (COMAT), MedSoft USA, Iflex and more.

Today Karnataka alone does 37% of software exports from India and it owes to Bangalore and Mysore who play a big role in the export.

The state is targeting about $ 60 billion exports by 2010, so it is recruiting more and more graduates in the software firms that are already operating with a school of skilled manpower concentrated in Bangalore and Mysore.



Last Updated on 9/14/2011



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