Ashok Soota set up Happiest Minds in 2011, a week after quitting Mindtree. An IT industry veteran, Soota (then 69) was well past the retirement age, and the industry was then going through a rough patch. Two years later, Happiest Minds is a growing ... Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
By Varun Sood & Indu Nandakumar BANGALORE: Ashok Soota's Happiest Minds has said it is on track to achieve its revenue target of $100 million (Rs 623 crore) by 2017 and will break even by end of fiscal 2015. The upbeat assessment, Soota said is a ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago Happiest Minds may achieve revenue target of $100 mn Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
The chances of any mid-tier firm becoming the next Infosys or TCS are fairly slim, says expert. Photo: Bloomberg In 1981, seven engineers who resigned from their jobs at Patni Computer Systems started a company that would go on to become the face ...Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
Software services exporter Mindtree plans to scale up its U.S. operations through more local hires and U.S. delivery centres in a strategy that the company claims is not due to impending U.S. immigration reform but rather to establish more "client ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
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