Deepak Ghaisas

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Deepak Ghaisas is the chairman of Gencoval Strategic Services Pvt Ltd. Previously he was the CEO - India Operations and CFO of I-flex Solutions Ltd., India. He has worked in the software industry since 1987.

In 1993, Ghaisas joined as the CFO of I-flex Solutions Ltd., India for its global operations. In 1997, he added the role of the CEO (India Operations), while retaining the CFO position.[1]

He was the recipient of the CFO Asia Award in 2001, the first Indian to win the award.[citation needed]

He has been involved in the software industry in a number of roles, including:

  • Executive Member of The NASSCOM Executive Council[2]
  • Vice President of the Maharashtra Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), a governing body who actively participates in the decision-making process for the economic development of the State of Maharashtra, India[citation needed]
  • Member of CII Executive Council for Western India [2]
  • Committee Member of Indian Institute of Banking & Finance constituted for the purpose of drafting the curriculum for Information System Audit course for bankers.[citation needed]
  • Member of the Internet Banking Committee of the Reserve Bank of India, which formulated guidelines on Internet banking and security in India.[citation needed]

Deepak resigned from i-flex on August 8, 2008, just before it was renamed as Oracle Financial Services Ltd.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Ghaisas quits i-flex to start new venture". Business Standard. August 10, 2008. Retrieved 2010-03-29
  2. ^ a b Gencoval: Our Leadership. Retrieved 2010-03-29.

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