I was wondering why Microsoft doesn't have an office in Noida?
They've got one in Gurgaon. Why don't they have one in Noida?
@Sathyaish Chakravarthy: Because software companies aren't dependent on location. So, there's not need to have office spread all around a geographically diverse area.
Given that Noida is about 40km away from Gurgaon, it would be pointless.
May be you are all right. I was just wondering because both Noida and Gurgaon are two very prominent IT hubs and together they provide a wide coverage of talent in Northern India. Many companies have offices in both locations.
Some large companies have more than one office in one city. Like Wipro, for instance, has many offices in Gurgaon. Now, they opened one in Greater Noida as well.
HCL has more than 30 buildings together in Noida and Gurgaon.
That made me think why Microsoft had just one office covering the whole of North India and why it did not have an office in Noida.
The power is out for 670 million people right now in India. Now may not be a good time to establish an office in India.
I don't hear the calls, but I hear the outsourcing still going strong
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