Top software & consulting companies play a fantastic part in the IT sector industry in India and worldwide in the expansion of technology space. Top IT companies in India in recent decades have ranked among the world’s leading IT companies.
Below is the list top IT companies in the world based on market cap:
10. Hexaware - $1.43 billion/₹ 10,219 crores
Services– Software services, Software support.
Hexaware Technologies Limited is a service provider company based in Navi Mumbai, India-based on information technology and business outsourcing.
Established in 1990, the Company provides software services for banking systems (tax, audit, accounting, law, travel), travel and logistic services, financial services, capital markets and healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, retail, education and services, telecommunications.
Specializing in a range of applications, enterprise solutions, business intelligence & analytics, digital assurance, infrastructure management services, digital, business process services.
The appointment of R Srikrishna, as the CEO was announced by Hexaware Technologies in 2014.
This company is headquartered in Mumbai the Company has branches in North America, Mexico, UK, Singapore, Japan, India, China, UAE, France, Germany, Romania, and the Netherlands in Europe.
HT Global IT Solutions Holdings Limited is the major owner company of this IT brand.
9. Mindtree - $1.62 billion/₹ 11,602 crores
Mindtree Limited is an Indian multinational company based in Banglore, India and New Jersey, USA which provides IT solutions and outsourcing.
Larsen & Toubro group is the biggest shareholder of this organization.
The company operates with more than 339 active customers, and 43 offices in over 18 countries, as of 31 March 2019, in the sectors of e-commerce, mobile applications, cloud computing, digital transformation, data analytics, enterprise application integration, and ERP.
The company provides its customers with digital transformation and technological solutions.
The services are industry-specific to customers and therefore play a major role in speeding up their (client’s) customer growth.
The core values of the organization are the collaborative spirit, professional thinking, and continuous dedication.
With nearly 30% inclusion of women in their workplace, the corporation promoted gender diversity.
The business still takes part in the community and social works.
The Mindtree Foundation works to improve conditions of life and better primary education for people with disabilities.
It is also connected to several NGOs around the world. The customer base includes major technology companies such as Microsoft Oracle, IBM and HP.
The company is one of the leading IT companies in India thanks to its expertise. They give end-to-end solutions in analytics, social media intelligence, etc.
8. Mphasis - $2.38 billion/₹ 16,995 crores
Mphasis is a Bangalore based IT services company.
The company provides outsourcing services for infrastructure technology, applications, and architectural supervision, application development and integration, and app management services.
Financial services, telecommunications logistics, and engineering industries are some of the major sectors it serves.
The company was awarded not only on the level of the business sector but also by management for its contribution to the industry.
Mphasis has selected some vertical segments where it has a high-end banking expertise.
From 2012, they mainly focused on sales, marketing and the development of long-term relationships with their business partners.
7. Oracle Fin. Serv. - $3.77 billion/₹ 26,955 crores
Oracle Financial Services, previously known as i-Flex Solutions, is Oracle’s IT equivalent to the banking sector.
It is an important part of the global business unit of Oracle Financial Services.
It offers cloud solutions to financial services such as the Engaged Bank, API Economy and Digital Innovation Platform.
The firm operates on sectors of industries such as finance, insurance, and capital markets.
Financial Services Next.0 is their leading product and helps customers with their business models in implementing IT platforms.
There are many tools used for determining the adequacy of capital assets, compliance with commodity trading, management systems for business performance, etc.
Over the years, Oracle Financial Services has been one of India’s largest IT firms.
The company’s website was merged into Oracle as part of its 2008 rebrand, and divisions and services aligned on Oracle corporation.
6. L&T Infotech - $4.01 billion/₹ 29,049 crores
A major player in the Indian It sector providing global IT solutions and services, Larsen & Toubro Infotech Limited (LTI) is headquartered in Mumbai, India.
One of India’s most advanced IT companies, L&T Infotech has been established.
The organization was however faced with a revolt in 2016 and complained against the revoking, in a waiting period of 18 months, of the offer letter of around 1500 recruits.
AugmentIQ Data Sciences Pvt Ltd recently acquired in October 2016 to increase the ability for big data, analytics and Internet services technologies (IoT).
The present MD and CEO of the company is Sanjay Jalona.
5. Tech Mahindra - $10.62 billion/₹ 75,803 crores
Tech Mahindra Limited is an Tech Mahindra (a subsidiary of Mahindra Group) is an Indian multinational corporation offering IT solutions to businesses in a variety of vertical and horizontal sectors, and the outsourcing of business processes (BPO).
Anand Mahindra is the chairman of the corporation which has headquarters in Pune and a registered office in Mumbai.
Tech Mahindra is also CMMi Level 5 Company. In the Indian IT industry and throughout the world, the company was ranked as one of the top companies in Fortune India 500.
Through customer-centric and technical experience, the business Tech Mahindra allows consumers around the world to turn their businesses in an automated direction.
Following the 2008-09 Satyam scandal, Tech Mahindra submitted a bid to buy Satyam Computer Services and came to the offer with an Rs. 58.90 per share, which resulted in it buying 31 percent stake making a new brand Mahindra Satyam, that also beat a strong competitor, Larsen & Toubro.
Following boards of two companies authorizing the formation of a $2.5 billion IT company today, Tech Mahindra announced its merger with Mahindra Satyam, on 21 March 2012 ultimately making it Tech Mahindra.
4. Wipro - $20.67 billion/₹ 1,47,621 crores
WIPRO is a global Indian company providing IT, consulting and business process services (BPO).
It is headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
Wipro offers diverse services to its client base combined with its business expertise to assist customers in strategically deploying and using IT to meet their business targets.
An ISO 4001 certification was first issued to this Indian technology and service firm in 2002.
The company has several key areas of focus such as machine learning, data science and analytics and currently investing heavily in its new blockchain technology.
3. HCL Tech - $21.68 billion/₹ 1,54,861 crores
HCL Technologies Limited is an Indian multinational IT consulting firm based in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
It is an HCL Enterprise’s subsidiary. With a worldwide network of R&Ds, “innovative labs” and “customer service centers” and over 137,000 employees, and 250 customers among the Fortune 500 and 650 among global 2000 companies.
It has its office in 42 countries, including in the United Kingdom, the United States, France, and Germany.
It operates in aerospace and defense, automobile, banking, capital markets, chemical and service industries, power and services, education, high tech, industrial manufacturing, consumer goods, insurance, life sciences, agriculture, mining and natural resources, oil and gas, transportation, telecom, logistics, and hospitality.
It is engaged in the most important sectors. The company has a culture of relationships with its customers beyond the contract.
This corporation did business with banks such as Deutsche Bank, tech companies such as HP and many more global companies.
HCL overall has an excellent reputation for being able to provide its consumers with high value and trust.
Recently, the company acquired ETL Factory Limited, based in Britain, to improve its automation expertise.
Power of One, the community-driven employee initiative of HCL is aimed at leading social projects and activities in transformation.
2. Infosys - $43.03 billion/₹ 3,07,393 crores
Infosys, with an initial capital of $250, was founded in 1981 by seven engineers in Pune, Maharashtra, India.
The company has 50 offices all over the world and many delivery centers worldwide.
Infosys was the first Indian IT company on the NASDAQ list and grew stronger day by day.
Infosys has always been one of India’s largest IT companies and has been a consistent performer in the field.
The company invests heavily in its NextGen technology solution’s research and development.
Finacle has gathered a lot of momentum from Infosys, the main banking service that was later merged into EdgeVerve Systems Ltd.
1. TCS - $114.7 billion/₹ 8,19,352 crores
The Indian multinational IT service and consultancy giant Tata Consultancy Services Limited (TCS) has its headquarters in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
It operates in 149 cities in 46 countries and as a subsidiary of Tata Group.
TCS is by market capitalization is the second largest company in India.
Established in 1968 and owned entirely by the TATA Group, became the largest information technology behemoth in India, JRD Tata became its first chairman after inception.
For Tata Sons, TCS generates about 70% of its revenues and is one of the world leaders in the industry.
It was one of the world’s leading innovative companies, according to Forbes.
In Forbes Asia, it is ranked 10th among Forbes India 500 companies.
TCS is also carrying out several collaborative R&D projects the latest being the creation of a smartwatch through a partnership with SATS.
TCS also has the highest employees in the country with a nearly 400,000 workforce.
Over the last decade, the company has been the biggest IT recruiter in India.
It has founded the largest business learning center in Trivandrum, Kerala, which can educate up to 50,000 graduates per year.
TCS and its 67 subsidiaries provide both government bodies and private enterprises with a wide range of technology-related products and services.
In 46 countries it has 289 offices and 147 delivery centers in 21 countries.
In addition, it has 19 research centers and collaborations in three countries with leading Institutes such as IITs, Stanford, MIT, CMU.