Steady progress and revenue growth were key to Syntel’s second quarter as a dynamic shift is occurring in the technology landscape. CEO Nitin Rakesh delivered his first quarter as CEO and believes the company is well positioned to deliver innovative solutions to the customer base. Rakesh explains Banking and Financial Services is a key vertical, but all business lines are focused on executing strategies to help clients manage cost and the explosion in data as efficiently as possible. From an industry perspective, Rakesh believes trends in Capex will remain strong and there is a lot of opportunity in the space. Jill Malandrino reports in New York.

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