With 14% growth assured, Indian IT exports may reach $87 bn in FY'14
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While the first USD 100 billion landmark can be attributed to the cost and quality advantage, the next USD 100 billion will be a combination of higher-value services and increasing non-linear growth, Nasscom said.
"To sustain this growth, Indian IT-BPM industry is focusing on greater efficiencies, verticalised structures, geographical presence, IP based solutions, domain and increased collaboration across all stakeholders," it said.