NASSCOM Membership provides a unique opportunity for an organisation and its professionals to engage and drive thought leadership in activities, forums and industry groups. Some of the benefits NASSCOM members leverage are:
Insights on Industry Trends
Opportunities to enhance visibility
Opportunity to network, build and share best practices
Any firm, society, company or division thereof registered or incorporated in India, and any Liaison office or Branch office of a foreign company registered in India are eligible for NASSCOM membership. For regular membership, the company must be in the business of IT-BPM
No, individuals are not eligible for NASSCOM membership.
Membership for NASSCOM is on a slab system and is related to the turnover of the organisation from IT-BPM revenues in India. There are two categories of membership:
Members: IT-BPM organisations registered in India with annual revenues from IT-BPM operations exceeding one crore rupees are eligible
Start up IT-BPM organisations registered in India with annual revenues from IT-BPM not exceeding one crore rupees
Branch Office /Liaison offices of overseas IT-BPM companies registered in India
Institutional Members Firms providing support/affiliated services to IT-BPM organisations (for instance, NGOs, Government departments, Financial Institutions, Venture Capital Firms, Research Institutions, Infrastructure Providers, Real Estate, and Managements Consultants)
Associate members have access to the same set of benefits but do not have any voting rights.
The subscription fee is based on the annual revenue of the organisation, click here to view the details. The membership is payable on yearly basis, and the subscription needs to be paid in advance. The subscription can be paid in the form of Demand Draft / cheque in favour of “NASSCOM”.
It takes 10-15 working days to process the membership. There is a due diligence process, where members from the NASSCOM secretariat can organise a personal visit or do a telephonic discussion.Membership is not accepted in case documents are found to be incomplete.