Capco has named Padma Parthasarathy as country manager in India, based in Bangalore, and reporting to partner and executive vice president, business process outsourcing and sourcing development Gopi Chelliah who joined a few months ago (Reference Data Review, March 2005). Parthasarathy will be responsible for developing Capco’s relationships with India’s banking sector as well as increasing the client base benefiting from its outsourcing/BPO services based on its new Bangalore service delivery center. She joins from Perot Systems TSI (India) where she was vice president, strategic accounts and initiatives.
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Capco Names Parthasarathy as Country Manager, India
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