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Founder and Chief Executive Officer of HfS Research, the leading global research analyst organization covering global sourcing strategies. Acclaimed Industry Analyst and Consultant who scribes the leading blog for the services industry "Horses for Sources".  Previously worked  at AMR Research (Gartner Inc),  Deloitte Consulting’s BPO Advisory Services, the  Everest Group and  IDC .  In 2010, Phil was named “IIAR Analyst of the Year” by the Institute of Industry Analyst Relations (IIAR). This is the most coveted global award for industry analysts in technology and services.

One response to “Mahindra Satyam eyes big comeback”

  1. Ashish Agarwal

    This is good news for India Inc. The company was tainted by its founder so much, if things are really good inside the firm, its good for the country as such. But the competitors are the beneficiaries, they are way ahead. The views inside the industry is that it will take a long long time to get to that stage for Satyam despite the Mahindra backing. Attrition is the biggest issue. The human resources are not managed well, many good resources are already out and some others are waiting to move out. The firm needs to strengthen that, they need to assure staff members. Its best to remove old hats who have served the company earlier. They are indirectly a cause for the lag by being inactive. All the best Mahindra Satyam.