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Our Corporate Bureau
03 April 2004

Mumbai: Daksh eServices, India's largest independent business process outsourcing company, strengthens its management team with the appointment of Vivek Chopra as executive vice president, global operations, Martin Prescott as vice president, UK operations, and Jose Maria B. Gajitos as chief executive officer, Philippines.

Vivek Chopra joins Daksh as executive vice president of the company's global operations. In a career spanning 22 years, Vivek has worked with some of the best names in the business like Wipro and Aditi Technologies. His rich experience lies in the domains of sales and business development.

Martin Prescott joins as the vice president of the company's UK operations. He has previously held the position of business development director at Xansa (from 2000-2004). He was responsible for developing Xansa's business within the banking and insurance vertical market sectors. Prior to Xansa, Prescott has worked with SEMA (for 6 years) and ICL (for 11 years).

Jose Maria B. Gajitos (Jojo), chief executive officer, Philippines, comes with 15 years of experience in country and regional level operations and has served IBM as country manager of strategic outsourcing and country manager of product support services. He has also managed a multi-lingual and multi-site operation for all the technical helpdesk operations for IBM and its clients in South East Asia.

Welcoming the new members of the executive team, Sanjeev Aggarwal, CEO, Daksh services, said, "We are happy to have the best in breed leadership team in the industry. With our continued focus on globalisation, Daksh is delighted to add this high-quality team that will further build upon our strong foundation and values. Vivek, Martin and Jojo bring a wealth of experience in their respective functions and markets, and we are looking forward to a significant momentum of our business under their leadership."

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