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  1. Santosh Kumar Reddy says:

    Hi friends, Please refer me in any anlytical companies. i have tired to find a job even i am good at analytics. I am Familiar with SAS, Excel, R-Programme. This is my mail ID-santoshmk617@gmail.com. i would be appreciated if you consider this- Thank you.

    1. Bhasker Gupta Bhasker Gupta says:

      Hi Santosh,

      Keep checking the site. We post company profiles of various boutique and niche analytics firms on the webzine, which should provide you lot of information.

  2. Vidya says:

    Hi .

    Good article which gives us the stats for usage of analytics for in-house as well as an outsourcing service in India . Would like to know the percentage figures of the various domains in which analytics is applied in India . Does Finance top the list ?

    Thanks.
    Vidya.

    1. Bhasker Gupta Bhasker Gupta says:

      Hi Vidya.
      Thanks. Yes, I would be publishing a separate article soon on this, specifically outlining which area in analytics is seeing the highest hiring. And yes, finance still tops the chart.

      Cheers!
      Bhasker

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  3. Hi Bhaskar

    Brilliant Article !

    Could you possibly throw some more color in terms of numbers as well, what would be the market share in terms of dollars e.t.c.

  4. Bhasker,

    Indeed a fantastic article about the potential of Analytics in India and good statistics on city wise Analytics professionals and companies.

    Please keep writing.

    Cheers
    Narasimhalu Senthil

  5. xyz says:

    If you see the exact number of employees, I am pretty sure Mu Sigma is highest (1500+), no other org. in India is higher than this

  6. Aravind says:

    Hi, The article is very good and gives the scope and futire of analytics. let me know some good job openings suitable for my profile in analytics. http://in.linkedin.com/pub/aravind-bc/31/17/9b5

    Regards,
    Aravind BC
    9611654715
    Bangalore

  7. Bhasker Gupta Bhasker Gupta says:

    Manas, Mu Sigma is a chicago based analytics comp. and Marketics is now part of wns. In terms of employee strength in analytics space, Mu Sigma and wns are not among the top 10 employers in India.

    1. Rahul says:

      Hi Bhaskar,

      I am trying for a domain shift to analytics. I have about 6 years of industrial(mechanical area) experience before and a mba degree (part-time). Please guide the way to an analytical careeer at this stage. Thanks.

  8. Manas says:

    Bhaskar, you seem to have deliberately missed on companies like Mu Sigma and Marketics…