The companies are ranked according to the criteria as described below.

1. 16 top FMCG companies in the world are selected according to minimum revenue ($1 B) and minimum market value ($6 B)

2. These companies are ranked according to Revenues only, Profit only and Market value only. I.e. Three separate rank lists are prepared.

3. Assigned a certain points to each company in this three lists depending upon their ranks.

4. For example, in the list sorted according to revenue, rank 1 company, which has highest revenue, is assigned 100 points. Rank 2 company assigned points according to the ratio of its revenue with rank 1 company’s revenue.

{Points assigned to rank 2 company =
(Revenue of rank 1 company/ revenue of rank 2 company) * 100}

5. Repeated step 3 and 4 for assigning points for remaining companies and other list also

6. Points obtained in from the three lists are added for each company by giving equal weight to revenue, profit and market value

7. Then made the final top 10 list according to total points obtained in step 6.

TOP 1. Microsoft Corporation:Microsoft Corporation is the most valuable IT company in the world and it offers wide range of software products, hardware devices and services. The company also offers training to computer system integrators and developers. It was founded in 1975, when Bill Gates and Paul Allen developed an interpreter for programming language at Micro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems. Now it is headquartered in Redmond, Washington and it has 99,000 employees.After the change in organizational structure in July 2013, the company has five operating segments: Devices and Consumer hardware, Devices and Consumer licensing, Devices and Consumer other, commercial licensing and commercial other. Devices and Consumer hardware segment provides Xbox gaming and entertainment consoles and accessories, its subscription and PC accessories and video game royalties. Devices and Consumer licensing segment offers Windows OS and related software, their licensing, Windows original equipment manufacturing licensing and Microsoft office products for consumers. Resale of Windows store, Xbox live transaction, Windows phone store and advertising are the operating areas of Devices and Consumer other segment. Its commercial segments provide software and services for increasing the productivity and efficiency of organizations, teams and individuals.Microsoft Corporation has robust presence in software industry across the globe with offices in more than 100 countries. Its 16 businesses generate more than 1 billion revenue.

Revenue: $77.849 B    Profit: $21.863 B    Assets: $153.54 B    Market Value: $338.18 B

TOP-2 Oracle Corporation:Oracle Corporation is the second most valuable company in IT industry. The company provides enterprise software, computer hardware products and services. It operates across Middle East, Europe, Americas and Africa, and Asia Pacific regions. It is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California and it has 1, 20,000 employees.In 1977 Larry Ellison, Robert Miner, Bruce Scott and Edward Oates established Oracle as a System Development Laboratories. In 1982, the company changed its name to Oracle Systems, now it is known as Oracle Corporation. Oracle has three business segments: software, hardware systems and services. Software segment provides wide range of software products which is designed to operate on both clustered server like cloud and single server. It also gives licences to customer with right to upgrade the software products and maintenance releases. Hardware segment provides different hardware systems and related services. The service segment offer cloud services, consulting services and educations services.Diversified geographical presence across 145 countries and strong customer base are Oracle’s core strength. The company adopted inorganic growth strategy and acquired number of companies for portfolio diversification.

Revenue: $37.9 B    Profit: $11.12 B    Assets: $86.56 B    Market Value: $187.36 B

TOP-3. SAP AG: SAP AG is a leading software company in the world which provides licenses for enterprise application software products, solutions, and cloud subscriptions. In 1972, former IBM engineers established SAP as a data processing company. In 1998 it was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Now it has operations over 180 countries across Middle East and Africa, Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific Japan. It is headquartered in Walldorf, Germany and it has 66,572 employees.SAP mainly has two business divisions: on premise and cloud. The on premise division provides on premise software, mobile software and services related to this software. The cloud segment offers cloud software and related services like support services, professional services and educational services.SAP offers approximately 25 industry specific solutions and follows a vertical strategy. It has 11,500 partners all over the world.

Revenue: $22.32 B    Profit: $4.42 B    Assets: $37.33 B    Market Value: $97.12 B

TOP-4. VMware Inc.:
VMware Inc. engaged in offering virtualization and virtualization based cloud infrastructure solutions. The company is founded in 1988 and its major operation regions are Middle East, Africa, US , Asia Pacific, Europe and Canada. It is headquartered in Palo Alto, California and it has 14,300 employees.VMware’s virtualization technological solution can be categorised into two product group: cloud infrastructure and management, and end-user computing. Cloud infrastructure and management products consists of VMware vSphere, the company’s data center platform, which can be used to aggregate multiple servers, convert the storage infrastructure and networks into shared pool of resources. Its end user computing solution is use for ensuring secure access to application and data from a different devices and locations. VMware also offers loud application platform solutions for running and managing enterprise applications.VMware has served more than 500,000 customers. Pat Gelsinger is the present CEO and Joseph M. Tucci is the Chairman of the company.

Revenue: $5.207 B    Profit: $1.014 B    Assets: $12.327 B    Market Value: $41.544 B

TOP-5. Symantec Corporation: Symantec Corporation provides solutions relating to security, storage and systems management to customers for managing their business and identities. In 1982, Gary Hendrix was established Symantec Corporation and it went to public in 1989. It mainly operates in U.S. It is headquartered in Mountain View, California and it has 21,500 employees.Symantec Corporation has four business segments: Security and compliance, storage and server management, consumer and services. Security and compliance segment provides solutions for security, authentication and encryption of data. This segment also offers solutions for data loss prevention, threat and risk management and infrastructure protection. Its storage and server management segment provides solutions relating to information management and standardising storage management. Consumer segment provides different security software like Norton Internet Security, Norton AntiVirus, Norton Live Services, Norton Online Backup, Norton 360, Norton Mobile Security, and Norton One and Norton 360 Everywhere. Service segment provides services and solutions to customers for getting most out of their Symantec software.

Revenue: $6.906 B    Profit: $0.765 B    Assets: $14.379 B    Market Value: $15.21 B

TOP-6. Adobe Systems Incorporated:Adobe Systems Incorporated is a leading diversified software company in the world. It was founded by Charles Geschke and John Warnock in 1982. In 1983, the company was originally incorporated in California and in 1997, was reincorporated in Delaware. It is headquartered in San Jose, California and it has 11,847 employees. Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia are the company’s main working regions. Diversified geographical presence in the world is the core strength of the company.The company provides wide varieties of products and services which can be use in multiple operating systems, devices and multimedia. Adobe Systems has two business segments: Digital marketing and digital media. Digital media segment provides different tools like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat, and Adobe InDesign etc. to individuals and customers for generating and promoting their contents. This is Adobe’s core business segment. Digital marketing segment provides different software which helps in digital advertising and marketing within different channels.

Revenue: $4.055 B    Profit: $0.28999 B    Assets: $10.38 B    Market Value: $32.1235 B

TOP-7. Intuit Inc. : Intuit Inc. provides software tools which help the customers to solve the major business and financial management problems. It has operations in United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, India and Singapore. It is serving around 45 million people across these regions. Intuit is headquartered in Mountain View, California and it has 8,000 employees.Scott Cook and Tom Proulx incorporated Intuit in 1984. Its first product was a financial software under the brand name Quicken. In 1993, it became a public company by offering IPO on the NASDAQ. It has mainly three business segments: Small Business Group, Tax, and Other Businesses. Small business group provides business and financial management software like QuickBooks, payroll services and payment solutions. Other business segment provides software for personal use like Quicken and Mint. Tax segment offers software that helps individuals and small business group for preparing income tax related documents. The company continuously introduced new products by innovation, which helps the customers to do their work easily. Intuit showed a strong financial performance in recent years.

Revenue: $4.171 B    Profit: $0.858 B    Assets: $5.486 B    Market Value: $22.509 B

TOP-8. CA Technologies: CA Technologies is leading IT company in the world, which offers solutions and software that help customers to manage their IT environment. Its customers include all type of organisations. So many fortune 500 companies depend on CA technologies for their IT work. In 1976, Russ Artzt and Charles B.Wang was founded the company. US and Europe are its major working regions.CA Technologies has three business segments: mainframe solutions, enterprise solutions and services. Mainframe segment provides applications and services to largest customers of the company to help them to manage their mainframe as a part of whole enterprise. Enterprise solution segment offers solutions to organisation for their non-mainframe IT platforms. Service segment help the customer to develop their IT infrastructure.The company is giving priorities to three things: Execution, Innovation and Speed. So the company is strongly concentrating on research and development. It has spent $490 million, $510 million, and $471 million respectively in the financial years 2013, 2012 and 2011.

Revenue: $4.643 B    Profit: $0.955 B    Assets: $11.811 B    Market Value: $12.07 B

TOP-9. Amadeus IT Holdings: Amadeus IT Holdings provides technological solutions to its customers. Its customers are mainly different organisations from travel sector, including travel agencies, ground handlers, corporations, hotels, airlines, railways, airports, car rental companies and ferry operators. It has footprint in 195 countries and it has more than 11,000 employees. It is headquartered in Madrid, Spain and listed in Spanish stock exchange.Amadeus IT Holdings was founded on 1987. Lufthansa, Air France, Iberia, and SAS decided to form a new global distribution system, which now called Amadeus IT Holdings. It became a public company in 1999.Amadeus IT Holdings has two major business segments: Global distribution system and IT solutions. Global distribution system provides different type of services to travel providers and travel agencies like booking, ticketing, searching, pricing etc. It solution segment provides software to travel companies for making their different processes automatic and more efficient.The company is constantly focusing on innovation. It invested 14.2% of its revenue in R&D

Revenue: $4.12 B    Profit: $0.747 B    Assets: $7.48 B    Market Value: $18.85 B

TOP-10. HCL Technologies Limited:HCL Technologies Limited is one of the best IT companies in India. It offers wide range of software, infrastructure servicing and business process outsourcing. HCL was founded in 1976 and now it has footprint in 31 countries in the world. Diversified portfolio of services and strong customer base are its major strength. It is headquartered in Noida, India and it has 85,505 employees.The company has three business segments: software services, infrastructure services and business process outsourcing services. Engineering and R&D services, Custom application services and enterprise applications services are the subcategories of the software segment. Infrastructure segment provides services to organisations in chemical, energy and utility, life science, consumer electronics, banking, financial services, consumer product goods, hi-tech, insurance, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, media, telecom and tourism industries. This segment offers data centre services, cross-functional services, cloud computing services, information security services, end user computing services, network services and system integration services. Business process outsourcing segment offers next generation BPO services to its clients.

Revenue: $4.66 B    Profit: $0.736 B    Assets: $4.23 B   Market Value: $16.6 B



[INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL OF INDIA]                                                    Govt. of India Registered Trust, Works Related to Information Technology & HRD

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                                                The Top 10 Countries for Embracing " IT "

Which economies are best placed to benefit from new information and communication technologies (ICTs), bridge the digital divide and extract value from big data?

The Networked Readiness Index (NRI), part of the 2014 Global Information Technology Report: The Risks and Rewards of Big Data, published today, ranks 148 countries for the quality of their digital infrastructure and ability to use ICTs to generate economic growth, foster innovation and improve the well-being of their citizens.

Here is a list of the top 10 economies making the most of the digital age, according to the NRI:

1. Finland tops the rankings for the second consecutive year, thanks to its outstanding digital infrastructure, which the Global Information Technology Report (GITR) says is the best in the world. With more than 90% of its population using the internet, and with high levels of innovation, Finland is reaping the rewards of investing heavily in ICT in the mid-1990s, which it did in response to a financial crisis.

2. Singapore remains in second place in the NRI. Supported by a government with a clear digital strategy, which offers an ICT infrastructure that is relentlessly being improved, and the best online services and highest-quality education systems in the world, this city state has become a knowledge-intensive economy and ICT powerhouse.

3. Sweden stays in third place, reflecting its world-class yet affordable digital infrastructure and stable pro-business environment, despite high tax rates. These strengths have led to outstanding use of ICTs by individuals, businesses and government, as well as one of the highest innovation performances in the world, making Sweden a truly knowledge-based society.

4. The Netherlands also retains its high ranking from the 2013 index. This service-based economy has quickly and skilfully recognized the importance of ICTs in boosting innovation and competitiveness. Information technology permeates all sections of society in the Netherlands, with nearly everyone able to access a computer and home internet connection, and a large number of government services available online.

5. Norway, with a well-developed and affordable ICT infrastructure, sits in fifth place in the NRI. Digital uptake is almost universal among Norway’s population: 95% are internet users and more than 90% have access to a personal computer and internet connection at home. In addition, the country benefits from a stable pro-business and pro-innovation environment and a government that is aware of the importance of connectivity for the economic and social development of a geographically vast nation with a widely dispersed population.

6. Switzerland benefits from an excellent, if expensive, ICT infrastructure and a strong education system that provides the necessary skills to create a knowledge-based, technology-rich economy. These assets, coupled with a stable political and regulatory environment and excellent conditions for innovation and entrepreneurship, have resulted in outstanding digital uptake and use by businesses.

7. The United States moves up two positions to seventh on the list, thanks to improvements in many areas of the index, including the country’s already strong business and innovation environment and ICT infrastructure, notably in terms of wider access to international internet bandwidth. Overall, the country has seen a robust uptake of digital technology by all major stakeholders, whether businesses, governments or individuals.

8. Hong Kong has shown the most pronounced improvement among the top 10, climbing six positions to eighth place. This has been driven by improvements in conditions for innovation and entrepreneurship, better skills training and increased use by both business and government. Hong Kong enjoys a well-developed infrastructure, and this has had a positive economic and social impact.

9. The United Kingdom drops two places from last year. Like the Netherlands, the UK was early in recognizing the importance of ICTs, especially to innovation and competitiveness, and as a result has become highly digitized, with a thriving e-commerce environment. This, coupled with a pro-business approach, has had wide-ranging economic and social benefits.

10. South Korea moves up one position and enters the top 10. A country that has based its economic success largely on the ICT industry, Korea’s government ranks first in the world in terms of online services. The country’s focus on developing its technological capacity as part of its economic development strategy has also improved its reputation for innovation.

Top information technology trends are featured in the Global Information Technology Outlook module of Forum Academy, the Forum’s online professional leadership development platform.

71.India slips to 71st rank in global competitiveness lis

​This 71 RANK also not bad we can say that it is good sign of Development, Where The United States was in 2nd  rank possession and now 2014 in 7th rank, India has good resources and all but due to some previous challenges we are (India) in this RANK.


India Gross domestic product (GDP) growth around
7.3% (2014-15) The Economy of India is the seventh-largest in the world by nominal GDP and the third-largest by purchasing power parity (PPP) The country classified as newly industrialized country, one of the G-20 major economies, a member of BRICS and a developing economy with approximately 7% average growth rate for the last two decades. India's economy became the world's fastest growing major economy from the last quarter of 2014,

Contribution to our (Indian GDP)

GDP Contribution by sector wise:   Agriculture: 17%, Industry: 26%, Services: 57% (2013-14)

India has the one of fastest growing service sectors in the world with annual growth rate of above 9% since 2001, which contributed to 57% of GDP in 2012-13.India has capitalized its economy based on its large educated English-speaking population to become a major exporter of IT services, BPO services, and software services with $167.0 billion worth of service exports in 2013-14. It is also the fastest-growing part of the economy. The IT industry continues to be the largest private sector employer in India. India is also the fourth largest start-up hub in the world with over 3,100 technology start-ups in 2014-15 the agricultural sector is the largest employer in India's economy but contributes to a declining share of its GDP (17% in 2013-14). India ranks second worldwide in farm output. The Industry sector has held a constant share of its economic contribution (26% of GDP in 2013-14).The Indian auto industry is one of the largest in the world with an annual production of 21.48 million vehicles in FY 2013-14. India has $600 billion worth of retail market in 2015 and one of world's fastest growing E-Commerce markets. (Total information collected from economics times and Economy of India)Contribution by sector wise:   Agriculture: 17%, Industry: 26%, Services: 57%, every sector development based on education and skill development only

​If Indian government spends more amounts on education and skill development then our Indian GDP growth will around 10% to 11% & above within short time(due some emergency challenges Indian government unable to spend more money on education and skill development)
If our GDP is more than 11% then almost we can say India is developed country AND WE WILL NOT FIND BPL (Below Poverty Line) IN INDIA.

If Government of India and every State Government spend on total income 20% to 25% on Education sector and on Human Resource Development than we can see tremendous development in India in all sectors.

At the same time every Citizen/Profit Organization if they spend 20% to 25% on their total income on Children Education than also we can see very fast growth in India. if anybody’s/Profit organization income is more and if they are unable to spend or not require to spend 20% income on their Children Education than they can spend balance amount on near and dear children Education (organization employs chidren) or spend on any village Education Development or they can help to any Organization for Development of Education.


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