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IT service companies continue to face trouble with AI development


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IT service companies continue to face trouble with AI development

The global IT services sector's future is influenced by AI development and economic uncertainty, with growth dependent on discretionary expenditure recovery.

The future of the global IT services sector is being drastically altered by the rapid development of generative AI and growing economic uncertainty. The sector's growth trajectory depends on a number of critical variables that require further clarification, such as the recovery of discretionary expenditure and the inflow of money from new, large-scale contracts.

Major international IT services companies have recently released financial results that show a worrying industry slowdown that may continue, indicating future adjustments to recruiting and investment schedules. A lower-than-expected revenue projection for the entire year was released by Cognizant Technology Solutions. In the December quarter, Tata Consultancy Services saw its slowest profit increase since 2020, while Infosys' quarterly profit targets were not met.

The growth prospects of the IT services sector have been clouded by these changes as well as more general market reports. According to the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), cost management is becoming more and more important to C-suite executives worldwide as a result of persistent financial, geopolitical, and economic uncertainty. Analysts note that significant structural changes in the US are likely to prolong the discernible decline in growth projections.

According to Sanchit Vir Gogia, chief analyst and CEO of Greyhound Research, this includes a major reevaluation of expensive things, driven by advancements in 2023 surrounding generative AI. AI continues to attract substantial investment from numerous firms despite much hype and discussion.


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