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Is the worst over for IT? Q1 earnings of firms send out growth feelers

Pandemic impact bottomed out in Q1, second half likely to see better growth

IT Industry | Coronavirus | Lockdown

Debasis Mohapatra  |  Bengaluru 

Automation and cloud are the most sought-after areas for Indian IT services firms to invest and acquire
Despite revenue contraction on a sequential basis, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys, and Wipro had won many large deals in the April-June quarter

The first-quarter (Q1) earnings of leading information technology (IT) services firms give a clear indication that the worst may be over for the industry, and that growth revival is already underway, albeit at a slower pace.



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First Published: Thu, July 16 2020. 20:10 IST