IT and BPO industry leaders in India praised the government's move to relax guidelines in order to enable IT and BPO companies to adopt permanent work from home\/work from anywhere. It is a game-changer that could create millions of jobs in small towns and cities. PM Narendra Modi announced a series of measures aimed at furthering 'ease of doing business' and making India a tech hub. The central government simplified the Other Service Provider or OSP guidelines of the Telecom Department. The Software body Nasscom President Debjani Ghosh said, "This is one of those game-changing moments, it is going to be a strategic inflection point for the industry and will significantly boost India's competitive advantage. It will boost India's position as a strategic IT hub for the world, bringing in more investments. It will benefit companies across the board- anyone who has to use a company network for remote working, IT services, BPO, MNCs." The IT and BPO sector is the biggest engine of job creation in the private sector in India. According to the data from Nasscom, the technology industry in India over FY2009, FY2019 has added USD 1.5 billion revenue and over 2 million employees.