Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 2

Mphasis, a leading applications services, remote infrastructure services and business process

outsourcing service provider, today announced that it will change its branding identity to become
Mphasis an HP Company.

Mphasis continues to operate as an independent subsidiary of HP with its own board of directors.
The company has seen stellar growth in its revenue with the growth of its business from HP as
well as direct customers.

During the third quarter of fiscal year 2009. The Mphasis group, consolidated revenue was at Rs
1,105.6 crores and operating profit up by 132.8 per cent year on year.

Andy Mattes, Chairman

Andy Mattes joined the Board of MphasiS in October 2008 and became Chairman in February 2009. At Hewlett-Packard (HP), Andy
Mattes is senior vice president and general manager of the Americas region for HP Enterprise Services. He is responsible for
accelerating market expansion and driving improved revenue and profit in Canada, Latin America, the United States, and in the HP
General Motors account.

Mattes most recently served as senior vice president and general manager of Applications Services for EDS, an HP company. Prior to
that, he led HP’s worldwide Outsourcing Services organization. He came to HP in 2006 to lead the enterprise sales organization with
responsibility for corporate accounts, public sector sales, industry markets, worldwide alliance sales, sales compensation, global pre-
sales and sales support, sales operations, and go-to-market effectiveness.

Prior to HP, Mattes spent 20 years at Siemens AG, where he held various sales and management positions.

Ganesh Ayyar, Chief Executive Officer

Ganesh Ayyar, joined MphasiS as the CEO in January 2009. Ganesh is responsible for the overall management of the company. He is
a member of the MphasiS Board of Directors.

Ganesh joins MphasiS from HP where his last assignment was that of Vice President, Managed Services, Asia Pacific & Japan leading
selective sourcing and small and medium outsourcing deals.

He joined Hewlett-Packard Singapore in 1989, where he focused on the manufacturing industry. In 1991, Ganesh was at the center of
the HP initiative concentrating on the telecommunications industry. His efforts led him to hold a managing role in the Manufacturing
and Telecom team in 1992.

In 1999, he became the President of HP India. There, he led the way in delivering the best total customer experience and strengthened
HP's position in India. His outstanding efforts saw his move to the position of Asia-Pacific Director of Marketing for the Business
Customer Organization in 2001.

Ganesh was the co-lead for pre-merger Integration Planning for HP-Compaq Merger for Asia Pacific & Japan. Immediately after the
merger, he took on the role of Vice President of HP Services for South East Asia, and led customer support, consulting & integration
and Managed Services business.

With more than 22 years of experience, Ganesh's career spans across South East Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines,
Indonesia, Vietnam and Asian Emerging Countries) and India. Ganesh is a proven global, visionary leader with relentless business
focus. His extensive experience across a portfolio of functions and geographies brings a global perspective to MphasiS.

Born in India, Ganesh is a Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.

Dr. Jose de la Torre, Director

Dr. Jose de la Torre is a Doctor in Business Administration from Harvard University and MBA (Management) and B.S. (Aerospace
Engineering) from the Pennsylvania State University. He is the Dean of the Chapman Graduate School of Business at Florida
International University, Miami, Florida and holds the Byron Harless Chair in Management.

He joined the Board in June 2000. Dr. de la Torre was previously a professor of International business strategy at the Anderson School
at UCLA and at INSEAD in France. He is currently also a director on the Boards of Quantum Group Inc. and Espirito Santo Bank,

Nawshir H Mirza, Director

Nawshir Mirza is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India having qualified in the year 1973. He spent most of his
career with Ernst & Young and its Indian member firm, S.R.Batliboi & Co., Chartered Accountants, and its predecessor firm, Arthur
Young, being a partner from 1974 to 2003. He joined the Board of MphasiS in January 2004.
He has contributed to the accounting profession, being a speaker or the chairperson at a large number of professional conferences in
India and abroad.

He is also a Director on the boards of Tata Power Company Limited, Esab India Limited, Foodworld Supermarkets Limited, Health &
Glow Retailing Private Limited, and Jardine Shipping Services (India) Private Limited. As a philanthropist, he is actively involved
with Childline, an all-India NGO for abused and distressed children.