Originally posted by Bana Shankari:
Now onwards > means 'better than' and < means 'worse than'and ~ means more or less same when they send onsite.>~ better at onsite and <~ worse in onsite.<br /> Infy > TCS.
TCS > Satyam
Satyam < Wipro<br /> Wipro ~ Infy<br /> Satyam >~ TCS
Infy ~ Satyam
Wipro > Satyam
Wipro <~ Satyam
Originally posted by rathi ji:
All are stingy.
But if you have to choose one then go for Wipro.
Originally posted by Afroz Khan:
I disagree on Satyam's onsite opportunities.
There are lots of onsite opportunities in Satyam. You just need to be in right unit.
Originally posted by Mukesh Seth:
Questions on the three (infy/satyam/wipro) for onsite US:
1. which one has the most h1b quota?
Their is no such thing called H1 B quato for company or country.
If any one is saying this then its just marketing .
H1 - B is fixed number of visas every year ,based on first come and served basis .
2. which one uses L1 the most?
Companies do have L1 blanket permit my exp in US i have seen mostly TCS .
3. where is it more likely to get US opportunity even for people with lesser experience?
Open market ,body shopping not over hyped so called Big Names.
4. which has the most maintenance projects?
5. which company of the three is most dependent on US market?
6. which has the most comfortable work environment?
I don know they have any thing like that.
7. which has the best pay?
Not Sure ,best of three or in market ?
8. which has the best work culture?
[ July 06, 2006: Message edited by: Mukesh Seth ]
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