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PWC or CTS

 
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Hi,

I have to decide between the two. Package wise both are almost same. which one of them could be a better option?

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PWC, if location is not an issue.
[ July 17, 2006: Message edited by: Rish Jain ]
 
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Thanks Rish.

Any specific reason for chosing PWC over CTS?
 
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I feel PWC is better than CTS in all aspects. I had heard that they are pay master, if you can tell me your exp n their offer then I can help you out more.
[ July 17, 2006: Message edited by: Rish Jain ]
 
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go for PWC.
 
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PWC stands for???
 
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Originally posted by Rish Jain:
I feel PWC is better than CTS in all aspects. I had heard that they are pay master, if you can tell me your exp n their offer then I can help you out more.

[ July 17, 2006: Message edited by: Rish Jain ]


PWC is known for reasons other than IT, such as consulting etc.
Cognizant is purely an IT company and with a proven record.
PWC has to pay more to attract resouces else there would be very little reason for people to join PWC as an software professional.
 
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Originally posted by Varun Khanna:

PWC is known for reasons other than IT, such as consulting etc.
Cognizant is purely an IT company and with a proven record.
PWC has to pay more to attract resouces else there would be very little reason for people to join PWC as an software professional.



The offering is same from both. The point is whether the exp of working in PWC will push career growth more than CTS. Which one would be more beneficial in long run?

PWC would be more consulting/manager kind of role, CTS more technical role with onsite opportunities.
 
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