Software Internships

Technological revolutions sometimes bring unexpected opportunities for countries. India, a relative laggard among developing countries in terms of economic growth, seems to have found such an opportunity in the IT revolution as an increasingly favoured location for customized software development. India’s success at software has led to speculation about whether other developing countries can emulate its example, as well as whether this constitutes a competitive
challenge to software industries in the developed world.
The India Software Industry has brought about a tremendous success for the emerging economy. The software industry is the main component of the Information technology in India. India's pool of young aged manpower is the key behind this success story. Presently there are more than 500 software firms in the country which shows the monumental advancement that the India Software Industry has experienced.
The Indian software industry is remarkable in a number of respects. It is service rather than product oriented; heavily export oriented, and is largely managed by professional and entrepreneurial managements. Also, domestic market experience and expertise appears to have very little benefits for successful importers. Although the industry has grown in spectacular fashion, sustaining this performance will pose a number of challenges. In order to counteract the widely reported shortages of skilled software professionals and the possible competition from other low wage, human capital rich countries, Indian firms are trying to move up the value chain by acquiring deeper knowledge of business domains and management capability, and to reduce costs by developing superior methodologies and tools. Whether firms will succeed will depend critically on their management skills and willingness to invest along a number of dimensions.
Intern’s Role and Tasks:

  1. Working with cross functional teams, including product management, marketing and channel teams throughout solution development and customer engagement.
  2. Manage information (for example, develop and execute communication plan related to projects and pipelines).
  3. Presentation to executive, business and technical audiences, both customers and partners.
  4. Maintain liaison with technical and management team concerning various aspects of the project.
  5. Planning: define and validate Pilot project scope (e.g., clarify project request, conduct needs analysis and identify project priorities).
  6. Learning and conducting proof of concepts in the area of software testing.

Salary: Unpaid

Interested in this Internship: Please send us your CV/Resume to We will soon contact you.