Hi, I've around 4.5 years of experience in software development and I have offers from two companies - CTS and Price Water House. I have an H1B visa with a validity of around 9 months remaining. I'm in a dilemma as I'm finding it hard to choose one. CTS supposedly has many onsite opportunities, but the pay offered is less than ~ 5.2 lac pa including incentive/variable pay. However PWC's offer is more around 9.2 lac pa excluding incentives, but I've not heard of long-term onsite opportunities. Hence I'm stuck with decision paralysis and would be grateful to any valuable advice/insights regarding career growth, environment, long-term pay etc.
From India, Bangalore
Please consider the offer by PWC . It will bring you a brand and a salary upgrade. Onsite opportunities in the long term will matter less, when you build a stability with PWC. You will be far more employable than any talent from CTS, not just in India but on a global platform
Most importantly, the alumni of PWC is illustrious. There are many Tech power centres in India who belongs to it. Options would be far too many , once you add consulting to your profile. Consider the job as an investment and look long term.

From India, Mumbai
Yes, PricewaterhouseCoopers is a largest accountancy firm speard all over the places London, Egypt, Australia, Saudi Arabia etc. A couple of my seniors work with this prestigious company. They make huge revenues hitting the market standards compared with any financial service firms. Whilst, CTS is an IT service provider having its huge investments & turn over in business, financial, technological and economical grounds. If you contemplate onsite oppportunities premediated to your future you may consider chances with CTS. If you're in quest of taking a lumsome salary with better growth perspectives please consider PwC. However, Ms. (Cite Contribution) is also rite almuni of PwC is eminent to its employees.
Good Luck!!

From India, Visakhapatnam
First thing, I really want to know, how you have judge and find that CTS can provide you better and onsite opportunities.

Have you considered the market cap and opportunities PWC & CTS have in hand today and expecting?

What you feel or can expect from PwC to you concerning your career enhancement and from CTS?

If this is just a concern of salary, I would suggest you, the way you are looking that CTS gonna give you more and better work opportunities than PwC, need not to consider Salary at this time as the new and best opportunities itself brings good and higher salary with respect to experience earned by one (You, or any candidate).

The more experience and knowledge you will gain, the more you gonna have good opportunities that will boost your confidence and career growth.

See these things are actually matter to recognize first.

However, if you feel the market conditions and grasp of CTS on it and the present work opportunities/project (today’s market cap and can expect many more good business opportunities) are better than the PwC, you can go to CTS but I would suggest you to go with PWC which I personally feel is best. There are many more reasons to say this but I would suggest you to make a research yourself that would certainly help you in this.

You need to visit their company profile, for current and ongoing project/work, market cap current and expecting work options. You can get many more information by visiting their website and Business Information Websites.

From India, Gurgaon
Hi Dear ,
As per my suggestion you should join PWC. if u analyze both PWC&CTS are into different domain(PWC is into Finance/Accounting but CTS is into sw development). Here salary difference is almost 90%. If you join CTS after 1yr of service period you never be able to get this much of hike even.Also PWC have opportunity for onsite. And you are into same development exposure in both the company.

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