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The global sourcing market in India continues to grow at a higher pace compared to the IT-BPM industry. India is the leading sourcing destination across the world, accounting for approximately 55% market share of the US$ 200-250 billion global services sourcing business in 2020-21.

The IT industry accounted for 8% of India’s GDP in 2020. According to STPI (Software Technology Park of India), software exports by the IT companies connected to it, stood at Rs. 1.20 lakh crore (US$ 16.29 billion) in the first quarter of FY22. Following is a brief on the range of “AECL Activities, scope of our services and industry sectors we serve”.


Application development & maintenance:

AECL leverages its technical competence, deep domain knowledge, consulting abilities, intellectual property (IP) assets, and practices to deliver next-generation, future-ready applications which help our clients in meeting their strategic priorities. Our services to Industry are mainly in the following business areas:

Business process management:

AECL BPM is an end-to-end bpm outsourcing services provider. With proven capabilities and deep domain expertise, we address your business challenges through our integrated IT and business process outsourcing solutions that address critical business functions as per ned of the customer.

Consulting services:

Our offerings for the Services sector cover:

  • Sourcing Services                           
  • Customer Service,
  • Digital Marketing                           
  • Order Acquisition,
  • Shipment & Delivery        
  • Supply Chain,
  • Master Data Management       
  • Procure to Pay,
  • Reconciliations & Accounting    
  • Advertising OTC, etc.

Incubation the futuristic technologies:

The incubation centre of AECL called ‘AECL Centre for Emerging Technology Solutions’ We focus on incubation of NextGen services and offerings by identifying and building technology capabilities to accelerate innovation. The current areas of occupation include Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, Blockchain, Computer Vision, Conversational interfaces, Augmented reality (AR) & Virtual reality (VR), Deep Learning, Advanced analytics using video, speech, text and much more.

3. Industries we serve:

  • Aerospace & Defense, Agriculture, Automotive
  • Communication Services, Consumer Packaged Goods
  • Education, Engineering Procurement & Construction
  • Financial Services, Healthcare, High Technology
  • Industrial Manufacturing, Information Services & Publishing
  • Insurance, Life Sciences, Logistics & Distribution
  • Media and Entertainment, Mining, Oil and Gas
  • Private Equity, Professional Services, Public Sector
  • Retail, Travel and Hospitality
  • Utilities, Waste Management



India is the world’s second-largest telecommunications market. The total subscriber base stood at 1189.15 million in September 2021. Tele-density of rural subscribers reached 59.33% in September 2021, from the 58.96% recorded in September 2020. This increase indicates a potential demand growth from the rural sector. Following account is an illustrative description of this sector to enhance your understanding of telecommunication. 20th- and 21st-century technologies for long-distance communication usually involve electrical and electromagnetic technologies, such as: telegraph, telephone, television and teleprinter, networks, radio, microwave transmission, optical fibre, and communications satellites.

The telecommunications industry is divided into following subsectors:

Infrastructure, Equipment, Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MNVO), White Space Spectrum, 5G, Telephone service providers and Broadband.

Four segmentation schemes are considered: Customer Value Segmentation, Customer Behaviour Segmentation, Customer Life cycle Segmentation and Customer Migration Segmentation.


The 3 basic features of tele-communications:

  • Terminals and channels. All telecommunications networks depend on terminals. …
  • Telecommunications processors. …
  • Telecommunications software. …
  • The types of data being submitted.

Telecom Tools:

  • Connector Crimping Pliers.
  • Steel Strand Wire Pulling Grips.
  • Telecom Cutting.
  • Telecom Pliers.
  • Telecom Wire Pulling Systems.
  • Telecom Wrenches.

Telecommunication sector or telecom sector the ones that take the initiative for providing infrastructure for facilitating data transmission and communications. These include various kinds of service providers such as wireless service providers, cell phone service providers along with internet service providers and fibre-optic network. There are two main groups in the industry:

Diverse telecommunication services: 

There are two types of sub-industries under diverse Telecommunication services which are as follows: 

  1. Alternative carriers:

These are those companies that make use of bandwidth and fibre optic cable networks to provide the required data and communication service.

  1. Integrated Telecommunication services:

These are a company with a little bit of mixture and provide both wireless and wired telecom services. It also includes those companies that are responsible for operating wired telecom networks.

  1. Wireless telecommunication services:

The wireless telecommunication services have no further division. Apart from providing wireless telecom services, these include cell phone service providers. They work specifically in the two areas and do not expand to include other areas under them whereas they might always prefer to move for an advance technology which is also very essential for sustaining the business. Telecom sector companies of a wide network of multinational companies. Some of them are given below:

  1. AT and T
  2. Verizon
  3. Frontier Communications
  4. CenturyLink
  5. Level 3 communications

The major mobile phone service providers in India are:

  1. BSNL: It was set up in 2000 and has its headquarters in New Delhi.
  2. MTNL: It was set up in 1985 and operates in New Delhi and Mumbai only and has its headquarters in Mumbai.
  3. AIRTEL: It started working in July 1995 and has its headquarters in New Delhi.
  4. RELIANCE COMMUNICATIONS: It was started in 2004 and has its headquarters in Navi Mumbai.
  5. AIRCEL: It was started in 1995 has its headquarters in New Delhi.

AECL can help and deliver strategy and implementation to telecommunications companies, providing experience, and insight to support enterprises when implementing the changes demanded by the market.

In case of 5G Computing, it increases speeds by up to ten times that of 4G, whereas mobile edge computing reduces latency by bringing compute capabilities into the network, closer to the end user.

  • 5G and edge computing
  • Application Management
  • Business Model Transformation
  • CFO Program
  • Customer & Marketing Strategy
  • AECL Digital
  • Future of Advertising
  • Human Capital
  • Mergers & Acquisition
  • Product Development & Innovation
  • Strategy & Operations
  • Supply Chain & Manufacturing Operations
  • Technology Services

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