TPI ramps up India team

By : |April 5, 2006 0



BANGALORE: Sourcing advisory firm TPI has announced the expansion of its team in India.

With Indian service providers involved in 16 per cent of all deals advised by the company in 2005, TPI decided to build its team of advisors in India in order to offer its clients an even better understanding and evaluation of the rapidly evolving Indian sourcing industry and Indian service providers.

TPI has appointed Visveswar Mavathur, Gaurav Kumar, Indraneel Banerjee, Jui Narendran, and Rukmini Priyadarshini as advisors.

“Outsourcing deals in India have taken on a new dimension in 2005 — and we foresee more interesting developments in 2006. In keeping with market expectations, we have grown our Indian operations to be able to appreciate the market opportunities better and give our clients across the world an incisive and more accurate insight into India’s sourcing economy,” said Sid Pai, partner & managing director, TPI, India.

TPI has over 300 global sourcing advisors based in Europe, the United States and the Asia-Pacific region. TPI’s advisors possess an average of 21 years of experience and are specialists in all aspects of sourcing relationships. TPI advisors have consulted on 780 sourcing transactions valued at $385 billion and corporations worldwide choose TPI to evaluate, negotiate, implement and manage their information technology and business process sourcing plans.

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