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  • 1. Genpact LimitedGenpact Limited is a global provider of business process andtechnology management services, offering a portfolio ofenterprise and industry-specific services. It was formerlya GE owned company called GE Capital International Servicesor GECIS. It operates fromIndia, China, Guatemala, Hungary, México, Morocco, thePhilippines, Poland, the Netherlands, Romania, Spain, SouthAfrica, Australia, UAE, Brazil, Kenya and the UnitedStates. Tiger Tyagarajan is the President and CEO of Genpactand has the highest paid salary package in India of Rs.49Crores per annum.Currently it employs over 58,500+ people in various locationsproviding services in 25+ languages on a 24/7 basis.Genpact serves clients in various industries including bankingand financial services, insurance, capitalmarkets, healthcare, life sciences, consumergoods, retail, aerospace, automotive, energy, hitech, transpor
  • 2. Evalueserve• Evalueserve is a Knowledge ProcessOutsourcing (KPO) firm, which providesknowledge process services for clients worldwide.Evalueserve has four research centers, based inChina, Chile, India and Romania. The companyemploys 2500 people globally. On July1, Evalueserve opened an office inDübendorf, Switzerland. The company wasstarted by Alok Aggarwal and Marc Vollenweider(ex-Partner at McKinsey) in Dec, 2000. In2003, the company coined the term KPO.
  • 3. WNS GLOBAL SERVICE• WNS (Holdings) Limited is a global Business ProcessOutsourcing company headquartered in Mumbai, India.The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of WNS(Holdings) Limited, which is incorporated in Jersey, ChannelIslands. WNS is headed by Eric Herr as the Chairman of theBoard of Directors, and Keshav Murugesh as the GroupCEO. WNS began as a British Airways’ back office operationin 1996 in Mumbai with less than 300 employees. In1999, WNS set up operations in Pune. WNS moved frombeing a captive BPO to a third-party BPO companywhen Warburg Pincus acquired a majority stake in WNS in2002.• From 300 employees, today WNS is at 25,000 employeesacross 29 global delivery centers and servicing 200+Fortune 500 companies globally.
  • 4. 24/7 Customer• 24/7 Inc. describes itself as a "PredictiveCustomer Experience solutions company".Headquartered in Silicon Valley, USA, 24/7 Inc. isa global online technology and operationscompany with over 9,000 employees worldwide.24/7 Inc. was founded in April 2000 by P VKannan and Shanmugam Nagarajan and waslater funded by Mike Moritz, the top VC from theVC firm Sequoia Capital. Mike Moritz is wellknown for funding Yahoo and Google and is aformer member of the board of directors ofGoogle Inc.
  • 5. EXL Service• EXL Service is a provider of outsourcing andtransformation services. EXLs services are structuredaround insurance, banking, financialservices, utilities, transportation and travel industries.In 2007 it was ranked 10th among Indias ITES-BPO (IT enabled services - Business processoutsourcing) exporters. EXL was incorporated in April1999 in Delaware, USA, by a group including VikramTalwar and Rohit Kapoor. Vikram was then the Chiefexecutive officer and Managing Director of Ernst &Young, and Rohit managed international investmentsfor clients at Deutsche Bank.
  • 6. Bharti Airtel• Bharti Airtel retained its leading position among telecom serviceproviders and posted a growth of five per cent to end 2009-10 fiscalwith revenues of Rs 38,800 crore (Rs 388 billion).• The company is structured into four strategic business units --mobile, telemedia, enterprise and digital TV.• The company has with operations in 18 countries with a footprintcovering 1.8 billion people. Sunil Bharti Mittal is the chairman andmanaging director of the company.• In March 2010, Bharti Airtel bought the African operations ofKuwait-based Zain Telecom for $10.7 billion.• Recently, it has joined a consortium of global telecom operators toannounce the launch of the EASSy cable system -- the 10,000 kmundersea cable connecting Africa to Europe.
  • 7. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited• Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited saw a drop in its revenue for thesecond consecutive year to post Rs 30,240 crore (Rs 302.4 billion), adrop of 14 per cent, even though it retained the number twoposition among telecom players.• BSNL offers both fixed line and mobile services with broadbandconnections.• With over 71.68 million subscribers, BSNL currently is the largestwire line service provider in India.• The company has reported around 6 crore (600 million) 2Gconnections and 9,73,378 3G connections since February 2010. Allmajor towns and cities are covered through BSNL network.• Gopal Das is the new chairman and managing director of BSNL.
  • 8. Vodafone Essar• The Indian subsidiary of Vodafone Group, Vodafone Essar recorded13.7 per cent growth to emerge as the third largest player withrevenue of Rs 23,200 crore (Rs 232 billion).• The company commenced operations in 1994 when its predecessorHutchison Telecom acquired the cellular license for Mumbai.• It has operations across the country with over 106.34 millioncustomers.• It is the worlds leading international mobile communications groupwith approximately 347 million proportionate customers as on30 June 2010 and has around 40 partner networks worldwide.• Vittorio Colao is Vodafone chief executive, and Marten Pieters ismanaging director and CEO, Vodafone Essar.
  • 9. Reliance Communications• Reliance ADA Groups flagship company, RelianceCommunications reported a negative growth of 3.5 percent with revenue of Rs 22,130 crore (Rs 221.3 billion).• It is Indias largest private sector information andcommunications company, with over 100 millionsubscribers.• It has established a pan-India, high-capacity, integrated(wireless and wire line), convergent (voice, data andvideo) digital network, to offer services spanning theentire infocomm value chain.• Anil D Ambani is the chairman of the company.
  • 10. Idea Cellular• Idea Cellular is part of the Aditya Birla Group and hasbagged fifth position with a revenue of Rs 11,390 crore(Rs 113.9 billion).• It is a leading GSM mobile services operator in Indiawith 67 million subscribers. Idea offers both prepaidand post paid services.• It is a pan-India operator with services being madeavailable in all parts of the country.• Idea was the first cellular service provider to launchGeneral Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and EnhancedData rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) in the country.• Kumar Mangalam Birla is the chairman of the group.
  • 11. Tata Communications• Tata Communications reported revenue of Rs 11,000 crore (Rs 110billion).• The company holds leadership position in emerging markets.• Tata Communications leverages its advanced solutions capabilitiesand domain expertise across its global and pan-India network todeliver managed solutions to multi-national enterprises, serviceproviders and Indian consumers.• The Tata Global Network includes one of the most advanced andlargest submarine cable networks, a Tier-1 IP network, withconnectivity to more than 200 countries across 400 PoPs, andnearly 1 million square feet of data center and collocation spaceworldwide.• Srinath Narasimhan is the managing director and CEO of TataCommunications.
  • 12. Tata Teleservices• Tata Teleservices spearheads the Tata Groups presence in the telecom sector. Ithas posted revenue of Rs 6,900 crore (Rs 69 billion).• Established in 1996, Tata Teleservices, one of the 96 companies of Tata Group, hasits network in 20 circles. It is the first company to launch CDMA mobile services inIndia.• It launched mobile operations in January 2005 under the brand name TataIndicom. It enjoys a pan-India presence through existing operations in all of Indias22 telecom circles.• Tata Teleservices operates under five different brands -- Tata Indicom (CDMAservices), Tata DOCOMO (GSM services), Virgin Mobile, Tata Walky (which is thebrand for fixed wireless phones), Tata Photon (the companys brand that providesa variety of options for wireless mobile broadband access) and T24.• Tata Teleservices Ltd, along with Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Ltd, serves nearly70 million customers in more than 450,000 towns and villages across the country.• Anil Sardana is the managing director of Tata Teleservices.
  • 13. Aircel• Aircel recorded the highest growth of 37.2 per cent among operators in 2009-10.• The company posted a revenue of Rs 4,700 crore (Rs 47 billion) to move to thenumber eight slot.• It is a joint venture between Maxis Communications Berhad of Malaysia andSindya Securities Investments Private Limited, whose current shareholders are theReddy family of Apollo Hospitals Group of India.• Aircel commenced operations in 1999 and became the leading mobile operator inTamil Nadu.• It emerged a market leader in Assam and in the North Eastern provinces within 18months of operations.• Today, the company has a foothold in 21 circles including Chennai, TamilNadu, Assam, North East, Orissa, Bihar, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, WestBengal, Kolkata, Kerala, AndhraPradesh, Karnataka, Delhi, UP(West), UP(East), Maharashtra & Goa, Mumbai, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab.• It has over 43 million customers in the country.
  • 14. Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited• Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL)s revenuedropped nearly by a fifth highest among the top 10 players-- to Rs 3,650 crore (Rs 36.5 billion).• The company has achieved a customer base of 8.06 millionin the two metro cities of Delhi and Mumbai. Thegovernment currently holds 56.25 per cent stake in thecompany.• Today it has more than 9,00,000 GSM mobile connections.• The company was in the forefront of technology inductionby converting 100 per cent of its telephone exchangenetwork into the state-of-the-art digital mode.• Kuldip Singh is chairman & managing director of MTNL.
  • 15. Tata Teleservices Maharashtra Limited• The third Tata group company i nthis arena, Tata TeleservicesMaharashtra Limited (TTML) is ranked number 10, among the topten telecom players in India, with revenues of Rs 2,300 crore (23billion. This helped the groups earning go past the Rs 20,000 crore(Rs 200 billion) mark.• TTML leads the Tata groups presence in the telephony sector in thetelecom circles of Maharashtra and Goa, including Mumbai.• TTML commenced landline operations in 1998 and has the largestwire line base in Mumbai and Maharashtra amongst all privateoperators.• The company has over 600,000 subscribers.• Kishor Chaukar is the chairman of TTML.
  • 16. Loop Mobile• Loop Mobile (Formerly BPL Mobile), usually referred to as LOOP isa mobile phone service provider in India. It offersboth prepaid and postpaid GSMcellular phone coveragein Assam, Kolkata, North East, Mumbai, MadhyaPradesh, Haryana, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan after receiving alicense to operate across 21 telecom circles by DoT. BPL MobileCommunications was the country’s oldest mobile telecom serviceproviderestablished in 1994. It began its operations in 1995.However, BPL Mobile was renamed to Loop Mobile in March2009, following the expiry of its brand-use agreement with the TPGNambiar-owned BPL Group.Having consistently met and exceededTRAI benchmarks, is now ISO 9001:2008 certified. The KhaitanHolding Group took ownership control in 2005. Loop Mobile hascompleted over 16 years of service and today has over 3 millionsubscribers.
  • 17. Uninor• Uninor is an Indian mobile network operator based inGurgaon, India. The company holds Unified Access Service(UAS)licensesto offer mobile telephony services in each of India’s 22telecom circles, and has received spectrum to roll out services in 21of these (excluding Delhi). The company is a joint venturebetween Telenor Group, a telecommunications companyheadquartered in Oslo, Norway, and Unitech Group, an Indian realestate company. Telenor owns a controlling majority stake in thecompany (67.25%), which has been branded Uninor in the Indianmarket. As of December 2011, Uninor has 36 million customers anda total workforce of 14,700 people. The company has more thanpartners in India. Uninor products and services are available from amore than 490,000 retail outlets serviced by 1,800 distributors allover the country.
  • 18. TATA DoCoMo• TATA DoCoMo is an Indian cellular service provider onthe GSM and platform-arising out of the strategic jointventure between Tata Teleservices(subsidiary of Indianconglomerate Tata Group) and Japanese telecomgiant NTT Docomo (subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph andTelephone) in November 2008. It is the countrys sixthlargest operator in terms of subscribers (including bothGSM and CDMA). On 5 November 2010, Tata DOCOMObecame the first private sector telecom company tolaunch 3G services in India. Tata DOCOMO had about42.34 million users at the end of December 2010.
  • 19. Virgin Mobile India Limited• Virgin Mobile India Limited is a cellular telephone service providercompany which is a joint venture between TataTeleservices and Richard Bransons Virgin Group. Currently, thecompany uses Tatas CDMA network to offer its services under thebrand name Virgin Mobile, and it has also started GSM services insome states. “Virgin Mobile” branded services are being offered tothe Indian consumers by Tata Teleservices through a brandfranchise with Virgin Mobile.• Virgin Mobile offers prepaid and postpaid on both GSM as wellas CDMA. Virgin Mobile also offers wireless services under thebrand name Datamax. Virgin Mobile is also Indias first nationalyouth-focused mobile service, with presence across 45,00,000outlets reaching over 3,20,00000 cities, towns and villages acrossIndia.
  • 20. Videocon Mobile Service• Videocon Mobile Service., is a GSM based cellularoperator in India based in Gurgaon (NCR Delhi).VideoconTelecommunications Limited which holds a market share of0.78% in the country, a Videocon group company offersGSM mobile services GSM service under the brand nameVideocon.• The Videocon Group is a $4 billion, global businessconglomerate with a strong presence in HouseholdConsumer Goods, Oil & Gas, Retail, Telecom, DTH and thePower sector. The Group has several manufacturingfacilities globally and R&D centers spread acrossAmericas, Europe and Australasia.• Videocon has one of the largest distribution networks inIndia with a nation-wide presence.

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