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“As collaboration becomes social, as user experience goes mobile, and as computing infrastructure and platforms migrate to the cloud, the convergence of these technologies will create the next big wave in the IT industry” says Salil Godika, CSO and CMO, Happiest Minds Technologies.
Monday, August 06, 2012 | Source: SME Channels
How to begin a successful entrepreneurial journey? How to transform an idea into a successful enterprise? Most businesses are founded on the basis of an idea. The idea could be a new product, a new service, a new business model, or capitalizing on new technologies. As in case of Happiest Minds the technology we focus on is cloud, mobility, social media and analytics. There has to be something new in the sense that it triggers an opportunity.
Friday, August 03, 2012 | Source: Silicon India
Make everyone a part of not just fun, but also a member of its planning and execution process.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 | Source: The Human Factor
When we were creating MindTree, we had to manage different cultures. There were Americans, Indian Americans, Indians and more.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 | Source: Fortune
Ashok Soota is widely recognized as one of the pioneering leaders of the Indian IT industry. Prior to founding Happiest Minds, Ashok co-founded MindTree in August 1999. Ashok is an industry leader. For his contribution to the Indian IT Industry, he was recognized as “IT Man of the Year” twice and as “Electronics Man of the Year”
Tuesday, June 05, 2012 | Source: Silicon India
Ashok Soota, the stalwart of India’s IT industry has done what many would not even think of, especially in our country. At 70, after having established Mind Tree and taking it to an unprecedented height, Ashok has started up “Happiest Minds” – an IT services company with a focus on happiness for the employees (which is again a first of its kind in India).
Sunday, June 03, 2012 | Source: Your Story
Sharon Andrew is a happiness evangelist. Having taught quantitative techniques and marketing at management schools for decades, she now spends her time trying to understand and explain what happiness means.
Saturday, March 31, 2012 | Source: Open The Magazine
The Ashok Soota led Indian IT Services start up, Happiest Minds, wants to inculcate happiness into its business process. Raja Shanmugam, the company’s Chief People Officer, believes that having gratitude lies at the core of happiness as a concept.
Sunday, March 25, 2012 | Source: The Smart CEO
Ashok Soota began his career in 1965 with the Shriram Group of Industries in India. In 1978, he became CEO of Shriram Refrigeration, a company which was unprofitable for four consecutive years. He went on to become the President of Wipro Infotech from 1984 to 1999. Under his leadership, Wipro’s IT business grew from US$2 million in 1984 to US$500 million run-rate in 1999.
Sunday, March 25, 2012 | Source: www.sourcingfocus.com
“Customers don’t have experience in emerging technologies and so proximity to customers is essential,” says Puneet Jetli of Happiest Minds
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 | Source: Fortune India