Kerala Budget: Mixed reaction from GTech
The Hindu Business Line
OUR BUREAU, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MARCH 15:State budget 2013-14 has evoked mixed response from the Group of Technology Companies in Kerala (GTech).
The emphasis on creation of new infrastructure is welcome, said Anoop P. Ambika, secretary, GTech. But no innovative schemes have been proposed to ensure sustenance of created knowledge ecosystem. Additional investments of Rs 125
Budget ‘interesting’ for IT sector: GTech
THE HINDU Business Line
OUR BUREAU,THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MARCH 1:Group of Technology Companies in Kerala (GTech) has said the Union Budget 2013-14 is ‘interesting’ for the IT industry.This is because of the thrust it puts on innovation, incubators and the micro, small and medium sector enterprises (MSMEs).
Gtech is disappointed that long-pending demand for tax sops in Tier II/III
Mixed reaction from Information Technology sector
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT,THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, March 1, 2013
The Union Budget 2013-14 presented by Union Finance Minister P.Chidambaram on Thursday has evoked mixed reactions from the IT industry.
The Group of Technology Companies (GTech), the industry body of software companies in Kerala, has expressed disappointment over the failure of the budget to address its long pending demand for tax sops
Investor-friendly climate for growth
Times Of India dated 28th February 2013
After the tax holiday under the Software Technology Parks of India scheme ended in 2011, there has not been a significant policy decision that accelerated the growth of Information and Communications Technology industry. This time, I would like to see the Government easing the tax burden on companies, creating
Private ban on poaching from among Kerala IT cos goes
The Business Line Dated 5th May 2010
Our Bureau,Thiruvananthapuram, May 4
The Group of Technology Companies (GTECH), the common platform for IT companiesin Kerala, has decided to annul the extant ‘gentleman’s agreement’ that prevented member companies from ‘poaching’ each others’ resources.Announcing this, Mr V.K. Mathews, President-elect, GTECH, told newspersons here
that the decision was taken with a view
Do not reduce width of highways: GTECH
The Hindu – Dated 28th May 2010
Thiruvananthapuram: The Group of Technology Companies (GTECH), a strategic grouping of software companies in the State, has proposed that Kerala use Central funds to compensate and rehabilitate the families that would be displaced for widening the National Highways to 45 meters.
V.K. Mathews nominated President of GTech
The Business Line Dated: 23 March 2010
Thiruvananthapuram, March 22
Mr. V.K. Mathews, Chairman and CEO of IBS Group, has been nominated as the President of Group of Technopark Companies (GTech). GTech is a strategic grouping of IT and ITeS companies in Kerala. An engineer with a master’s degree in aeronautical engineering from IIT-Kanpur, Mr Mathews has
GTECH outlines roadmap for IT growth
The Hindu – Dated 5th May 2010
Thiruvananthapuram: The Group of Technology Companies (GTECH), a bodyrepresenting the software industry in the State, has announced a slew of initiatives aimed at the accelerated growth of the IT sector. Outlining a roadmap for the revamped GTECH, president-elect V.K. Mathews said the fraternity would work closely with the
Technopark firms lift ban on poaching
The Hindu – Dated 5th May 2010
Thiruvananthapuram: The Group of Technology Companies (GTECH), a commonplatform for IT companies in Kerala, has decided to lift the self- imposed restriction on poaching each other’s resources.Addressing a press conference here on Tuesday, president-elect of GTECH V.K.Mathews said the decision was influenced by the need to ensure better