With the growth of the IT industry's digital revenues at $ 33 billion in 2018, with an annual growth of 30%, 36% of IT / ITeS companies promoted growth in 2019 for digital deals, according to the NASSCOM survey.
Even though the industry lobby has outlined all the developmental trends in the digital space, it has been reduced to define the 'digital' form for this field.
IT services companies are calling their digital revenues without service-line break-ups, but the comparison of Apple-to-Apple attracts us without the industry's standardization. NASSCOM President Debage of Ghosh says that companies are ready to share data, but reaching consensus on what happens to 'digital' income is a ridiculous task.
But why do we worry? The answer is that, unless the companies are not automatically published without breaking the digital revenue, or the component itself gets certified, it will be foolish to evaluate the real 'digital development' of the IT industry.