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Top 10 Technology ompanies in india

Today, India is the fourth fastest-growing economy in the world with a 7.2 per cent projected increase in the future. Adding to that is the fast-growing startup experience which is motivating other great companies to be more employee-friendly as great when they were before. All these factors are just the sign of how quickly the work environment is growing in India, and that too for the better.

Recently a U.S. profession search engine company, Really, ranked the top technology companies to work for in India and this is what managing director of Indeed India, Sashi Kumar has to speak on the report.

"The companies highlighted about our great Places to Work — Tech Companies in India list are not only industry managers, but also firms known for valuing their workers and offering them great chances for career progress,” he said. 

He supplementary added, "Companies that can produce the best talent crossed areas are able to build and support a strong sense of identity and provide capable mentorship. This is particularly true of technology firms which strive to create a rich environment for their employees, ensuring optimum levels of job entertainment,"


list from each company as per their ranking

1.GOGGLE

Google LLC is an American technology company. that focuses on Internet-related help and products, which add online promotion technologies, program, cloud computing, software, and hardware. it's ranked one among the large Four technology companies, alongside Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft.

Google was founded in September 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were PhD students at Stanford University in California. Together they have about 14%  of its shares and manage 56% of the stockholder voting strength for supervoting stock. They joined Google as a California privately held company on September 4, 1998, in California. Google was during reincorporated in Delaware on October 22, 2002. 

Formerly:

  • Google Inc. (1998–2017)

Type

  • Subsidiary

Industry

  • Internet
  • Cloud computing
  • Computer software
  • Computer hardware
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Advertising

Founded

  • September 4, 1998; 21 years ago in Menlo Park, California, U.S.

Founders

  • Larry Page
  • Sergey Brin

Headquarters

  • 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California, U.S.

Area served

  • Worldwide

Key people

  • Sundar Pichai (CEO)
  • Ruth Porat (CFO)

Products

  • List of Google products

Revenue

  • 66,001,000,000 US dollar (2014) 

Operating income

  • 16,496,000,000 US dollar[5] (2014) 

Net income

  • 14,444,000,000 United States dollar[5] (2014)  

Total assets

  • 131,133,000,000 US dollar[5] (2014) 

Number of employees

  • 114,096 (Q3 2019)

Parent

  • Alphabet Inc. (2015–present)

Subsidiaries

  • List of subsidiaries

Website

  • google.com

2.AMAZON

Amazon.com, Inc. is an American technology company based in Seattle, with 750,000 employees. It focuses on e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming, and AI. it's considered one among the large Four tech companies, alongside Google, Apple, and Microsoft. It has been designated as "one of the foremost important economic and cultural forces inside the world." 

Amazon is known for its splitting of well-established industries through technological innovation and crowd scale. It is the world's largest online marketplace, AI assistant provider, and cloud computing platform as measured by revenue and market capitalisation. Amazon is the largest Internet company by revenue within the world. It is the second-largest private employer within us and one among the world's most precious companies.

Trade name

  • Amazon

Formerly

  • Cadabra, Inc. (1994–95)

Type

  • Public

Traded as

  • NASDAQ: AMZN
  • NASDAQ-100 component
  • S&P 100 component
  • S&P 500 component


ISIN

  • US0231351067

Industry

  • Cloud computing
  • E-commerce
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Consumer electronics
  • Digital distribution
  • Grocery stores

Founded

  • July 5, 1994; 25 years ago in Bellevue, Washington, United States
  • Founder Jeff Bezos

Headquarters

  • Seattle, Washington, United States

Area served

  • Worldwide

Key people

  • Jeff Bezos (chairman, president and CEO)
  • Werner Vogels (CTO)

Products

  • Amazon Echo
  • Amazon Fire
  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Amazon Fire OS
  • Amazon Kindle

Services

  • Amazon.com
  • Amazon Alexa
  • Amazon Appstore
  • Amazon Music
  • Amazon Prime
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • Amazon Web Services


Revenue

  • Increase US$280.522 billion (2019)

Operating income

  • Increase US$14.541 billion (2019)

Net income

  • Increase US$11.588 billion (2019)

Total assets

  • Increase US$225.248 billion (2019)

Total equity

  • Increase US$62.060 billion (2019)

Number of employees

  • Increase 798,000 (2019) 

Subsidiaries

  • A9.com
  • AbeBooks
  • Amazon Air
  • Alexa Internet
  • Amazon Books
  • Amazon Game Studios
  • Amazon Lab126
  • Amazon Logistics, Inc.
  • Amazon Publishing
  • Amazon Robotics
  • Amazon.com Services
  • Amazon Studios
  • Audible
  • Body Labs
  • AWS
  • Book Depository
  • ComiXology
  • Goodreads
  • Graphic
  • IMDb
  • Ring
  • Souq.com
  • Twitch Interactive
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Woot
  • Zappos

Website

  • www.amazon.com

3.INTEL

Intel is an American multinational corporation and technology company. world's largest and highest valued semiconductor chip manufacturer company. Intel ranked in  No. 46 in the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the biggest United States companies by total revenue.  

Formerly

  • N M Electronics (1968)

Type

  • Public

Traded as

  • NASDAQ: INTC
  • NASDAQ-100 Component
  • DJIA Component
  • S&P 100 Component
  • S&P 500 Component

ISIN

  • US4581401001 

Industry

  • Semiconductors

Founded

  • July 18, 1968; 51 years ago

Founders

  • Gordon Moore
  • Robert Noyce

Headquarters

  • Santa Clara, California, U.S.

Area served

  • Worldwide

Key people

  • Gordon Moore 
          (Chairman Emeritus)
  • Dr Omar Ishrak
               (Chairman)
  • Bob Swan
                (CEO)
  • Ajay Bhatt
(Chief Client Platform Architect)

Products

  • Central processing units
  • Microprocessors
  • Integrated graphics processing units (iGPU)
  • Systems-on-chip (SoCs)
  • Motherboard chipsets
  • Network interface controllers
  • Modems
  • Mobile phones
  • Solid-state drives
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Chipsets
  • Flash memory
  • Vehicle automation sensors


Revenue

  • Increase US$71.9 billion (2019) 

Operating income

  • Increase US$22.0 billion (2019) 

Net income

  • Increase US$21.0 billion (2019)

Total assets

  • Increase US$136.5 billion (2019) 

Total equity

  • Increase US$77.5 billion (2019) 

Number of employees

  • 110,200 (2019) 

Subsidiaries

  • Mobileye
  • McAfee (49%)
  • Here (15%)

Website

  • intel.com

4.IBM

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) is an American multinational technology company.IBM is including a major research organization, including the record for most U.S. protection generated by a business (as of 2020) for 27 continuous years.

Type

  • Public

Traded as

  • NYSE: IBM
  • DJIA Component
  • S&P 100 Component
  • S&P 500 Component

ISIN

  • US4592001014

Industry

  • Cloud computing
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Computer hardware
  • Computer software

Predecessor

  • Bundy Manufacturing Company
  • Computing Scale Company of America
  • International Time Recording Company
  • Tabulating Machine Company

Founded

  • June 16, 1911; 108 years ago (as Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company)
  • Endicott, New York, U.S.

Founders

  • Charles Ranlett Flint
  • Thomas J. Watson Sr.

Headquarters

  • Armonk, New York, U.S.

Area served

  • 177 countries

Key people

  • Ginni Rometty (CEO)
  • Arvind Krishna (CEO, effective April 6, 2020)
  • Jim Whitehurst (President, effective April 6, 2020)

Products

  • See IBM products

Services

  • OutsourcingConsultingManaged services

Revenue

  • Decrease US$77.14 billion (2019)

Operating income

  • Increase US$13.21 billion (2019)

Net income

  • Increase US$9.43 billion (2019)

Total assets

  • Increase US$152.18 billion (2019)

Total equity

  • Increase US$20.98 billion (2019)

Number of employees

  • 352,600 (2019)

Website

  • www.ibm.com

5.TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES (TCS)

Tata consultancy services are Indian multinational technology company. Tata consultancy services are now placed amongst the most important IT services brands worldwide.

 Type

  • Public

Traded as

  • BSE: 532540
  • NSE: TCS
  • BSE SENSEX Constituent
  • CNX Nifty Constituent

ISIN

  • INE467B01029 

Industry 

  • IT services
  • IT consulting

Founded

  • 1968; 52 years ago

Founder

  • Tata Sons

Headquarters

  • Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Area served

  • Worldwide

Key people

  • Natarajan Chandrasekaran
                       (Chairman)
  • Rajesh Gopinathan
                   (MD & CEO)

Services

  • Outsourcing
  • Consulting
  • Managed services

Revenue

  • Increase US$20.9 billion (2019) 

Operating income

  • Increase US$5.3 billion (2019) 

Net income

  • Increase US$4.5 billion (2019) 

Total assets

  • Increase US$16.6 billion (2019) 

Total equity

  • Decrease US$13.2 billion (2019) 

Number of employees

  • 446,675 (December 2019) 

Parent

  • TATA Group

Subsidiaries

  • TCS China
  • TRDDC 

Website

  • www.tcs.com

6.CISCO

Cisco is an American multinational technology.manufactures and sells networking hardware, telecommunications, software, equipment and other high-technology services.

Type

  • Public

Traded as

  • NASDAQ: CSCO
  • NASDAQ-100 component
  • DJIA component
  • S&P 100 component
  • S&P 500 component

ISIN

  • US17275R1023  

Industry

  • Networking hardware
  • Networking software

Predecessor

  • Riverhead Networks, Hammerhead Networks  

Founded

  • December 10, 1984; 35 years ago in San Francisco, California, United States

Founders

  • Leonard Bosack
  • Sandy Lerner

Headquarters

  • San Jose, California, United States 

Area served

  • Worldwide 

Key people

  • Chuck Robbins (CEO and Chairman)

Products

  • List of Cisco products

Revenue

  • Increase US$51.90 billion (2019) 

Operating income

  • Increase US$14.21 billion (2019) 

Net income

  • Increase US$11.62 billion (2019)

Total assets

  • Decrease US$97.79 billion (2019)

Total equity

  • Decrease US$33.57 billion (2019)

Number of employees

  • 75,900 (2019) 

Subsidiaries

  • List of acquisitions by Cisco Systems

Website

  • cisco.com

7.MICROSOFT

Microsoft is an American technology company.microsoft is a developer licence, software, operating system.

Type

  • Public

Traded as

  • NASDAQ: MSFT
  • NASDAQ-100 component
  • DJIA component
  • S&P 100 component
  • S&P 500 component

ISIN

  • US5949181045

Industry

  • Software development
  • Computer hardware
  • Consumer electronics
  • Social networking service
  • Cloud computing
  • Video games
  • Internet
  • Corporate venture capital

Predecessor

  • Traf-O-Data

Founded

  • April 4, 1975; 44 years ago in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.

Founders

  • Bill Gates
  • Paul Allen

Headquarters

  • One Microsoft Way, Redmond, Washington, U.S.

Area served

  • Worldwide

Key people

  • John W. Thompson
                      (chairman)
  • Satya Nadella
                   (CEO)
  • Brad Smith
             (president)
  • Bill Gates
       (technical advisor)

Products

  • Windows
  • Office
  • Servers
  • Skype
  • Visual Studio
  • Dynamics
  • Xbox
  • Surface
  • Mobile
  • List of software

Services

  • Azure
  • Bing
  • LinkedIn
  • Yammer
  • MSDN
  • Office 365
  • OneDrive
  • Outlook.com
  • GitHub
  • TechNet
  • PayMicrosoft Store
  • Windows Update
  • Xbox Game Pass
  • Xbox Live

Revenue

  • Increase US$125.8 billion (2019)

Operating income

  • Increase US$43.0 billion (2019)

Net income

  • Increase US$39.2 billion (2019)

Total assets

  • Increase US$286.55 billion (2019)

Total equity

  • Increase US$102.33 billion (2019)

Number of employees

  • Increase 151,163  (2019)

Parent

  • none 

Website

  • www.microsoft.com

9. SAP

SAP SE abbreviation of "Systems, Applications & Products in Data Processing") is a European software corporation.

Type

  • Societas Europaea

Traded as

  • FWB: SAP
  • NYSE: SAP
  • DAX Component

ISIN

  • DE0007164600  

Industry

  • Enterprise software

Founded

  • Weinheim, Germany
  • (1972; 48 years ago)

Founder

  • Dietmar Hopp
  • Hans-Werner Hector
  • Hasso Plattner
  • Klaus Tschira
  • Claus Wellenreuther

Headquarters

  • Dietmar-Hopp-Allee 16, Walldorf, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, Germany

Area served

  • Worldwide

Key people

  • Hasso Plattner (Chairman)
  • Jennifer Morgan (co-CEO)
  • Christian Klein (co-CEO)

Products

  • See the list of SAP products
  • Revenue Increase €27.553 billion (2019) 

Operating income

  • Decrease €4.495 billion (2019)

Net income

  • Decrease €3.387 billion (2019)

Total assets

  • Increase €60.229 billion (2019)

Total equity

  • Increase €30.839 billion (2019) 

Number of employees

  • 100,330 (2019)

Website

  • www.sap.com

9.HP

HP is an American multi-technology company.it developed and provided hardware and software.

Former type

  • Public

Traded as

  • NYSE: HPQ

ISIN

  • US4282361033

Industry

  • Computer hardware
  • Computer software
  • IT services
  • IT consulting

Fate

  • Corporate split 
  • PC and printer business renamed as HP Inc
  • while its server
  • storage
  • networking business spun off into Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Predecessor

  • Compaq
  • Digital Equipment Corporation
  • Neoware
  • 3Com 

Successors

  • HP Inc.
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • DXC Technology
  • Micro Focus

Founded

  • January 1, 1939; 81 years ago

Founders

  • Bill Hewlett
  • David Packard

Defunct

  • November 1, 2015 (main company) (For Hewlett Packard Enterprise). Now operating as HP Inc.

Headquarters

  • Palo Alto, California, U.S.

Area served

  • Worldwide

Revenue

  • 111,454,000,000 US dollar (2014)  

Net income

  • 5,014,000,000 United States dollar (2014) 

Total assets

  • 103,206,000,000 US dollar (2014)

Number of employees

  • 66,000 (2017) 

Website

  • www.hp.com

10.COGNIZANT TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS

Type

  • Public

Traded as

  • NASDAQ: CTSH (Class A)
  • NASDAQ-100 component
  • S&P 500 component

ISIN

  • US1924461023 

Industry

  • IT services 
  • IT consulting

Predecessor

  • Dun & Bradstreet

Founded

  • 26 January 1994; 26 years ago

Founders

  • Kumar Mahadeva 

Headquarters

  • Teaneck, New Jersey, U.S.

Number of locations

  • 166 (as of 2019)

Area served

  • Worldwide

Key people

  • Brian Humphries (CEO)

Services

  • Outsourcing
  • Consulting
  • Managed services

Revenue

  • Increase US$16.8 billion (2019)

Operating income

  • Decrease US$2.45 billion (2019)

Net income

  • Decrease US$1.84 billion (2019)

Total assets

  • Increase US$16.2 billion (2019)

Total equity

  • Decrease US$11.02 billion (2019)

Number of employees

  • 292,500

Website

  • www.cognizant.com