What’s the smallest project that big IT companies undertake?

The smallest project size that IT giants like Infosys, Wipro, Cognizant, TCS, Accenture, Capgemini and Genpact would undertake depends on various factors such as the scope, complexity, duration, and budget of the project. Generally, these companies work with large clients and projects that require significant resources, expertise, and budget. However, they also work on smaller projects that align with their capabilities and interests.

In terms of size, these companies may undertake projects ranging from a few weeks to several months or years. The project size could be as small as a single person-month effort, which could include simple tasks such as bug fixing or application maintenance, or it could be a large-scale project with hundreds of people working on it for several years.

Ultimately, the decision to undertake a project depends on the potential value it can deliver to the client, the company’s capacity and capability to execute it successfully, and the alignment of the project with the company’s business objectives