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Aegis Honored With Excellence in BPO/ITES by Indian Merchants Chambers

MUMBAI and DALLAS, February 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Aegis Limited, a global outsourcing and technology services company announced today that it has been recognized with the Excellence in BPO/ITES Award for Large Enterprise Category by the Indian Merchant Chambers. This recognition was bestowed upon Aegis during the Annual Indian Merchants Chambers (IMC) IT awards 2014.

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Established in 1907, The Indian Merchant's Chamber is recognized as India's top chamber of trade, commerce and industry with over 3000 members. Indian Merchants Chamber (IMC) - IT awards is an initiative to acknowledge organizations which have contributed significantly in area of Technology and Business Transformation. It acknowledges IT / BPO Companies and end users of IT/BPO for technological solutions, applications and improvements that have transformed the industry.

Sandip Sen, Global CEO, Aegis Limited said "We are humbled with this recognition from the prestigious Indian Merchants Chamber. This recognition further acknowledges the breadth of services we provide and particularly our investment in global delivery model, customer experience management and domain capabilities which is driving better business outcomes for our clients".

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Shailesh Vaidya, President, IMC, said that, "India is now known to churn out one of the best quality of IT in the world today. IMC IT Awards 2013 are the first step to recognize this fraternity of industry, which has made IT synonymous with India. Technology has changed the way we look at the world today. It has made life easier and more efficient for us, and India has now become a name to reckon with in the international IT sphere."

Giving an overview on the IT sector, Dr. Lalit Kanodia, Chairman, IT Committee, IMC, said, "There was a need for taking up the issues of IT sector seriously in the current scenario. Software Exports from India were expected to be around $85 billion this year, despite the global meltdown.  Together with domestic software revenues, IT Services constituted 1% of our GDP in 1998, 4% in 2008 and 6% today. If IT Hardware is included, IT constitutes about 7⅓% of our GDP.  This is about half the share of entire manufacturing sector in our economy, and thus underlines the importance of IT to India."

This being the first year of inception of annual IMC - IT awards, Aegis was amongst the few companies which got selected from close to 150 nominations. With more than 56 locations across 13 countries and over 55,000 employees, Aegis has placed customer experience (CX) management at the core of its business strategy.

About Aegis

Aegis is a global outsourcing and technology company committed to impacting clients' business outcomes by focusing on enhancing customer experience across all touch points and channels. Aegis was founded 30 years ago in the US and now has operations in 56 locations across 13 countries with more than 55,000 employees. Aegis services over 300 clients from verticals such as Banking and Financial Services, Insurance, Technology, Telecom, Healthcare, Travel & Hospitality, Consumer Goods, Retail, and Energy & Utilities. The company is wholly owned by Essar, a USD 39 billion conglomerate.  For more information, write to us at [email protected] or visit http://www.aegisglobal.com.

Aegis media contact

Aegis Global

Danveer Bhasin, Associate Vice President, Global Marketing and Strategy

T: +91 99301 35788

E: [email protected]

USA

Kevin Nolan, Head of Marketing (Americas)

T: +1-214-505-9732

E: [email protected]

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