Friday, September 26, 2008

Document data entry services

Many international companies of any size and category are now outsourcing their projects to India, still a good option for their huge work. India is considered best place for providing best data entry services. It not only saves money, but better service and the projects get completed on time.

Data Entry Company of India is most popular destinations for document data entry services because of cost efficient class. Data entry is one of the most popular molds of outsourcing that can be found in today’s world.

International companies with plenty of data can’t get enough manpower, resource, technology and/or time to complete the in–house projects at given time frame. This is the main reason that many companies outsource their document data entry services to India. Data Entry Company of India is the one place where there is no problem in getting manpower, technology, resources and all of these are cheap to get and hire.

Data Entry Company of India completes the Outsource document data entry services in given time frame with better technique and resources. Companies need not to spend much money as the work in India will be done in given period and can save spending lots of money. It can also reduce company’s infrastructure expenditure and enable to use current employees for center business.

The data entry work has become extremely popular. Our company offers their services through safe and secure online platform. We deliver the final cut to our clients in encrypted FTP upload, CD or DVD, snail mail and e-mail. In this way the clients feel secure that their data and/or information are free from illegal access, copying or downloading.

Data Entry Company of India is forefront runner in satisfying their clients by furnishing them cost effective and technically better services. Extensively trained, experienced and knowledgeable professionals are hired for completing the projects.

We even offer the best data entry solutions to our clients. Data entry solutions provided by us comprises of data entry, data processing, document conversion, document scanning, data capture and processing of orders for clients and to make data useful for clients .

One common type of document data entry work offer by Data Entry Company of India depends upon listening to an audio/audio - video files and put into a written document. These types of work take longer time to complete. Many international companies outsource the work to Data Entry Company of India and we complete the work in given time frame of the project, and sent back to satisfied clients on time.

Outsourcing of data entry services have registered an exceptional growth over the years in India. These services proved to be cost effective business strategy for many organizations across the globe and they have achieved increased revenues from the same. Hence, outsourcing your data entry services to a third-party dealer is a better idea than hiring in-house data entry services professionals.

Monday, June 23, 2008

Emerging Trend of Cell Phones and Nokia N82

Cell phones are used by corporate, house wife, students and even the shop keepers have one. Cell phones are used to communicate with each other and distance between the communicator decreases.

The corporate world has one mantra, and that is to increase their profit graph.

Organizations are at all times looking for the most inexpensive ways to expand their business throughout the world. In this world of business the main distraction is the distance barrier and to overcome this barrier, organizations from all over the world can connect to each other to team up ideas and increase their market. It is now possible for companies of America and Europe to have low-costing factories in Asia because they are easily connected. International market is finding Asia as low cost market. Since it is so important for organizations to be constantly connected to each other and no matter how geographically scattered they are telephone expenses are not something to cut back on.

Many emerging technology companies dealing in mobile phones provider have come out with many brilliant schemes, which include companies’ workers to make all their long distance calls for extremely low prices. They (technology provider) allow its users to make long distance calls, text messages, and instant messages at local prices. Calls from one number to another are free no matter how far apart the users are from one another, and other international calls cost only five percent of what normal wireless carriers would charge. It is extremely easy to use, and users do not have to change their existing phones or wireless plans to use it since it can be downloaded right onto any phone with any contract. This sound really good and pocket will also be heavy as no more spending extra bucks for cell phones.

The technology provider services work on some simple ways, when making a long distance call, users who have mobile will first dial an internet number. The software downloaded to their phone will connect the call to a local number. Subsequently, the server converts the user’s voice into data packets and sends them over the internet to a provider server in the country the user is calling. From there, the server transfers the call back onto the wireless voice network where it is received by the person being called. The technology provider makes international communication more reasonable and handy. Not only will workers in a local organization be connected; they will also be just as connected to their international partners through calling, emailing, texting and web updates etc.

The corporate who are doing business in their own country and abroad will have more opportunities to expand their empire internationally and will have more feedback, resources, communication and information while saving money on phone bills at the same time.

There are some disadvantages of technology provider of cell phones to the organizations and that is the provider of mobile is an obvious threat to the wireless cell phone industry. It is impossible for wireless provider to compete with these businesses to compete with technology provider’s international calling prices, so as more and more people begin to use new technology provider of cell phones, the wireless carriers lose lots of money. However, they will not make them lose that much money because new technology mobile is a function that collaborates with the user’s existing wireless carrier and will continue to update its functions and expand, so it may produce more competition for the wireless cell phone industry in the future. The low cost mobile service providers have another disadvantage and that is the quality of the international calls. Since the call is transferred from a wireless phone network to the internet and then to another wireless network it is more likely to have connection problems and in a busy international organization, where time is money and they can’t loose a second on a deal, it may be a problem if their only long distance phone plan is not working; thus the quality of communication would be lowered. Also, when sharing so much information on an international basis, there is more room for error because workers will not be able to meet personally and cultural differences could lead to false impression of the information.

Nokia N82

Nokia N82 is the most up-to-date and hottest handset from the Finnish cell phone giant. Like many of its other high end handsets the N82 aren’t available from any U.S. carrier, instead you'll have to purchase the phone from an importer or directly from Nokia when they make it available. The N82 packs a lot of technology and you'll be getting a five megapixel camera with Xenon flash, a smart phone running Symbian Series 60, Wi-Fi and GPS functionality. That really sounds cool and the most of these features are well integrated and easy to use.

The junction of GPS, photography, video and the web has changed the way you experience your world, hmmm that’s sounds exciting. Discover places with integrated GPS, maps and search, you may go to places and discover your new world. Document your adventures with a 5 megapixel camera and be a Director of your own movie, built-in Xenon flash photography and one-click photo upload to the web and show it to your friends and relatives. Instantly share your mobile gallery with others through emails, blogs and instant messages and become King of your world. Revive your moments just as you experienced them. And start telling better-quality stories.

The Nokia N82 does have its bad points as well.

On the negative side you'll find that the N82 has some problems with buttons and controls. In exacting I found both the D-Pad and the 1960's calculator style keypad to be difficult to use and prone to errors. In addition the handset's multimedia key is poorly placed and caused even more errors.

Monday, October 8, 2007

Israel May OK Division of Jerusalem

A confidant of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said Monday that his government would support a division of Jerusalem, which is reportedly a key component of an Israeli-Palestinian declaration to be made at a U.S.-sponsored Mideast peace conference next month.

As part of recent negotiations between the sides, Deputy Vice Prime Minister Haim Ramon has proposed turning over many of the Arab neighborhoods of east Jerusalem to the Palestinians. Ramon said the Palestinians could establish the capital of a future state in the sector of the city, which Israel captured from Jordan in the 1967 Mideast war.

In return, Israel would receive the recognition of the international community, including Arab states, of its sovereignty over Jewish neighborhoods and the existence of its capital there, Ramon said.

On Monday Ramon said even hawkish elements of Olmert's coalition, like Cabinet Minister Avigdor Lieberman's Yisrael Beiteinu Party, would back such an Israeli concession. The centrist Labor Party would also support the proposal, Ramon said.

"There are two central parties that agree to this," Ramon told Army Radio. "The most important thing is to preserve the state of Israel Jewish and democratic."

Under his proposal, neighborhoods in east Jerusalem where about 170,000 Palestinians live would be transferred to Palestinian sovereignty, Ramon said.

But Israel would not transfer control of the Holy City and neighborhoods around it to the Palestinians, he said. He did not elaborate but media reports have said that he has proposed Israel relinquish some sovereignty in the area that contains the most contentious sites in the 60-year-conflict.

Friday, September 21, 2007

US wants to meet the nuclear deal by year-end

Even as the Left and the government continued to trade charges over the nuclear deal, the US has warned that all steps to operationalise the deal have to be completed by the end of the year.

Contrary to assertions that the government has enough time till next year to conclude the remaining steps for operationalising the deal, Richard JK Stratford, director at the Office of Nuclear Energy Affairs in the US state department, who addressed the NSG members on the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal on Thursday, was quoted as saying in Vienna that the US would like the process to be complete by the end of the year.

“The US wants to meet the entire pre-requisites of the operationalisation of the deal by the end of this year,” Mr Stratford minced no words. This leaves the government with just three months to conclude the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)-India specific safeguards agreement and get the NSG nod.

With the disagreement between the government and Left showing no signs of ebbing and the Left demanding that the nuclear deal be put on hold for the next six months, the US has started reminding India about the tight “political timetables”.

Both US ambassador to India David C Mulford and assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia Richard Boucher in the past two days have made statements indicating a tight deadline for wrapping up the remaining steps. Mr Mulford had said it is best that the deal is completed by the Bush administration and the 123 Agreement put to a vote in the present Congress.

Before addressing the closed-door meeting of the NSG on the sidelines of the 51st General Conference of the IAEA, Mr Statford said, “I will explain to the members how both India and the US arrived at the agreement and also put forth the conditions asked by India for a clean, unconditional exemption.”

Mr Stratford further said the US would impress upon the NSG member countries the need for making an unconditional exemption for India to allow international nuclear trade under the Indo-US civil nuclear deal. “But we will try to do it, and I am optimistic... We are also going to tell about the safeguards issues which India has to sort out with the IAEA,” Mr Stratford added.

Meanwhile, Atomic Energy Commission chairman Anil Kakodkar, according to an agency report, has dubbed the Indo-US nuclear deal an additionality. “We have our own programme. It will continue. The civilian co-operation with the US is only an additionality for a near-term requirement,” he is quoted as saying.

Mr Kakodkar held discussions over lunch with IAEA chief Mohammed ElBaradei on India’s indigenous civil nuclear programme, but consciously steered clear of the deal. On the India-specific safeguards agreement, he said “such topics are not discussed over lunch”.

Monday, August 20, 2007

Nuke deal to make Indian Government to fall

Nuke deal has come on a great blend of politics. CPI(M) is thinking about the country ya the
people or making noise to get soft corner from the people or want some great deal of
importance in UPA collision government.

Whatever is the reason the people of India is going to suffer as well as the money of the
people going to drain as the election is called on.

UPA Government is trying hard to make CPI(M) understand its position. If they go back with
the deal then there will be real shame on the part of Indian foreign policy and PM will be
held responsible and the USA will again move away from India.

PM of India made statement that they have right to conduct Nuclear test whenever their is
need as our neighbours make any move.But our so called USA friend made it clear that if India conduct Test they will take back all the material and stop supplying fuel.

Now wait and watch what happens next...for government and India.

Monday, August 6, 2007

Delhi Land scam kingpin Ashok Malhotra arrested

After carrying out a series of raids to nab him, the CBI today arrested the alleged kingpin of the multi-crore land scam in the capital, Ashok Malhotra after he made a dramatic appearance at the studio of a private news channel. Malhotra arrived at the Zee News studio early this morning from Agra, where he was hiding after the CBI raided his residence for the second time last week.

A CBI team was soon dispatched to the Zee TV studio to arrest him. However, the team waited till Malhotra came out of the studio. The contractor claimed that he was facing threat to his life from the investigating agency. Malhotra was immediately whisked to CBI headquarters for questioning by the sleuths of the Anti-Corruption Unit and was likely to be produced before a designated court tomorrow, agency sources said.

When asked to comment on Malhotra's claims, CBI Director Vijay Shanker said he was not aware about the claims made by Malhotra. "Law shall take its own course and the investigation in this scam will be taken to its logical conclusion," Shanker told reporters on the sidelines of a function here. He made it clear that "no one whatsoever position he or she holds, will be spared" if found involved in the scam. Shanker said the probe into the scam was in the initial stage and he would be able to give details only after voluminous documents were examined.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

India, China lagging in economic and living standards - ADB Study

India and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) - the two economic powerhouses in developing Asia and the Pacific - are lagging in terms of economic well-being and living standards of their population, a new study undertaken by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) shows. According to the International Comparison Program (ICP) in Asia and the Pacific: Purchasing Power Parity Preliminary Report released today, the PRC and India account for 64 percent of total real gross domestic product (GDP) of the 23 economies participating in the study.

However, a completely different picture emerges if the size of these economies is adjusted by population. Rather than dominating the rankings, the PRC and India drop to tenth and eighteenth positions, respectively, out of the 22 economies participating in the full GDP comparison, as shown in the table below. Similarly, the PRC ranks 15th and India ranks 17th when economies are compared based on “actual final consumption of households” (AFCH), a better measure of economic well-being of the population.

The AFCH is a measure of what households actually consume, comprising of what they purchase and what they are supplied for individual use by the government (principally education and health). The economic well-being of the population is obtained by comparing household consumption expenditure per capita. The five economies that top the list are Hong Kong, China (HK$125,303 per capita); Taipei,China (HK$109,108); Singapore (HK$99,706), Brunei Darussalam (HK$81,744), and Macao, China (HK$67,639).

The five economies that are at the bottom of the survey are Nepal, Bangladesh, Lao PDR, Cambodia, and Viet Nam. As for the people living in the two giant economies, a person living in the PRC spends an average of only HK$11,502 per year, while an Indian consumes an average of HK$9,346 per year. Purchasing Power Parities (PPP) is an idea popularized by The Economist’s Big Mac Index which prices hamburgers in global cities for a quick and crude comparison of living standards. The ICP is more comprehensive as it covers a broader range of commodities.

Based on the Price Level Index, which is the ratio of the PPP to the exchange rate, Fiji Islands and Hong Kong, China are the two costliest places to live in. They are followed by Macao, China; Singapore; and Taipei,China. PRC ranks eighth, and India ranked 16th in terms of PLIs. Price levels in the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia are very similar and are close to the Asian average.

The cheapest places are Lao PDR, Viet Nam, Islamic Republic of Iran, Cambodia, and Nepal.
“The results provide the most comparable information on breakdown of GDP expenditures across the Asia Pacific,” ADB Chief Economist Ifzal Ali says. “Purchasing Power Parities are a more appropriate currency converter to compare living standards and the structure of economies than market exchange rates.” The results are deployed for investment strategies, the global campaign against poverty and national policies such as appropriate spending on schools or infrastructure in Asia.

Using real GDP, estimates were done using assumed growth rates and how long it will take some countries to reach certain levels of per capita real GDP. For example, it will take the Philippines more than 20 years to reach Thailand’s present per capita real GDP level if it grows at an average annual per capita rate of 3.7%. Looking at PRC, it needs only 16 years to reach the $HK100,000 per capita real GDP level but nearly 30 years to catch up with Brunei, based on an annual per capita growth rate of 9.2%. India needs more than 30 years to come up to the $HK100,000 per capita real GDP level, and almost 50 years to match Brunei’s per capita real GDP, if India continues to grow at an annual per capita rate of 6.5%.

The ICP Asia Pacific is part of a global initiative managed by the Asian Development Bank in collaboration with the ICP Global Office and other regional agencies across the world. The ICP results, for the first time, enable a robust cross-country comparison of major macroeconomic indicators across diverse economies of Asia and the Pacific.