Four Indian companies made its way to the “The Infotech 100”. Business Week publishes a list of 100 companies selected from all over the world. The list is developed by Business Week by analyzing the financial results of tens of thousands of publicly traded businesses and ranked tech players on shareholder return, return on equity, total revenues, and revenue growth. Leading the list are those with the best aggregate ranking.
The Indian companies in this list tops with Bharati Airtell leading the list with position 6 worldwide.
The fourth company from India is Wipro, which is positioned at 43.
Amzon tops the list followed by Oracle and SAP at 2nd and 3rd. IBM is at 5th position and Apple positioned at 19
To qualify to have an entry in this list, companies had to have revenues of at least $500 million.