Indian IT sector likely to hit $350 billion by 2026, says McKinsey report

McKinsey also pointed that tech business models are reshaping worldwide and IT industry need to refocus

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The report said that growth in cloud and digital will also see accelerated decline in the traditional services at 8-10 per cent per annum compared to the 3-4 per cent seen in the last five years.

The Indian information technology (IT) industry is expected to touch $300-350 billion in terms of revenue over the next five years, McKinsey has stated in its yet-to-be-released report.  This means

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