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Mindtree
Public
Traded asBSE532819; NSEMINDTREE
ISININE018I01017
IndustryIT services, IT consulting
Founded18 August 1999; 20 years ago (1999-08-18)
FounderAshok Soota
Subroto Bagchi
Krishnakumar Natarajan
Parthasarathy NS
Scott Staples
Anjan Lahiri
Kalyankumar Banerjee
Janakiraman
Kamran Ozair
Rostow Ravanan
HeadquartersGlobal Village Tech Park, ,
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Services
RevenueIncrease 7,839.90 crore (US$1.1 billion) [3] (2020)
Decrease 828.70 crore (US$120 million) [3] (2020)
Decrease 630.80 crore (US$88 million) [3] (2020)
Total assetsIncrease 5,156.60 crore (US$720 million) [4] (2020)
Total equityDecrease 3,156.80 crore (US$440 million) [4] (2020)
Number of employees
21,991 (Mar 2020)
ParentLarsen & Toubro (61.08%) [5]
Websitewww.mindtree.com

Mindtree Limited is an Indian multinational information technology and outsourcing company headquartered in Bangalore, India and New Jersey, USA. It part of the Larsen & Toubro group. Founded in 1999, the company employs approximately 21,991 employees with an annual revenue of ₹7839.9 crore (US$1.1 billion).[6][7][8]

The company deals in e-commerce, mobile applications, cloud computing, digital transformation, data analytics, Testing, enterprise application integration and enterprise resource planning, with more than 307 active clients and 43 offices in over 18 countries, as of 31 March 2019.[8]

History[edit]

In August 1999, Mindtree Consulting Private Limited was founded by ten IT professionals three of which invested through an entity incorporated in Mauritius.[9] It was funded by the venture capital firms Walden International and Sivan Securities, and received further funding in 2001 from the Capital Group and Franklin Templeton.[10]

It became a public company on 12 December 2006 and was listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange. Its IPO debuted on 9 February 2007 and closed on 14 February 2007.[11] The IPO was oversubscribed by more than a hundred times.[12] Mindtree announced a new brand identity and logo, with the slogan "Welcome to possible" on 28 September 2012.[13]

In 2012, Mindtree setup its first U.S. delivery center (USDC) in Gainesville, Florida, under the leadership of Scott Staples, co-founder and Global Head of Sales.[14] As of 2017, the company has 43 offices in over 17 countries.[15]

Larsen & Toubro, an infrastructure major and one of the largest conglomerates in India, took over control of Mindtree on June 2019 and currently has a 61.08% stake in the company.[16][17][5]

In March 2020, Mindtree announced the appointment of Dayapatra Nevatia as COO with immediate effect. He joins the company from Accenture where he was the managing director as well as the director for delivery for advanced technology centers in India.[18]

Services[edit]

Mindtree Chennai at Ramanujan IT City Sez

Mindtree works in Application Development and Maintenance, Data Analytics, Digital Services, Enterprise Application Integration and Business Process Management, Engineering R&D, Enterprise Application Services, Testing, and Infrastructure Management Services.[19]

The company provides various research and development services including Bluetooth Solutions, Digital Video Surveillance, an integrated test methodology called MindTest, an IT infrastructure management and service platform called MWatch, the application management service, Atlas, SAP Insurance and OmniChannel.[citation needed]

Mindtree's business is structured around clients in verticals such as Banking, Capital Markets, Consumer Devices & Electronics, Consumer Packed Goods, Independent Software Vendors, Manufacturing, Insurance, Media & Entertainment, Retail, Semiconductors and the Travel and Hospitality industry.[20]

Employees[edit]

Mindtree has a total of 21,991 employees as of March 2020, of which 32% were women. Its workforce consists of employees from over 80 nationalities working from various offices around the globe. Out of its total workforce, 95% are software professionals and remaining 5% work in support and sales.[21]

Acquisitions[edit]

Name Acquisition date Activities Country of HQ Price Employees
(at acquisition)
Reference
ASAP Solutions 2004 SAP & ERP India & United States NA 120 [22]
Linc Software Services Pvt Ltd 2005 Application development and Maintenance domains for Mid-Range Systems India $7 million 220 [23]
CoSystems 2005 Telecom (Captive Development Center – Indian division) United States 10 million 20 [24]
TES-Purple Vision 2007 Electronics(IC Design). Indian Division. Subsidiary of TES Electronic Solutions SA. France $6.55 million 150 [25][26]
Aztecsoft 2008 Product engineering and Testing services company. Aztecsoft had previously acquired Disha Technologies, a testing company, in 2004. India 40 million 2200 [27][28]
Kyocera Wireless India Pvt Ltd 2009 Wireless services. Indian R&D Division Japan $6 million 600 [29][30]
7Strata 2010 Remote infrastructure management services India 7.2 million 90 [31][32]
Discoverture Solutions LLC Jan 2015 Property and Casualty Insurance United States $15 million 300 [33]
Bluefin Solutions Limited July 2015 IT solutions, SAP HANA solutions United Kingdom £42.3 million [34]
Relational Solutions Inc July 2015 IT solutions — CPG United States $10 million [34]
Magnet 360 Jan 2016 Salesforce consulting USA $50 million 100 [35]

Subsidiaries[edit]

Name Location
Mindtree Software (Shanghai) Co. Ltd[36] China
Bluefin Solutions Limited United Kingdom
Bluefin Solutions Inc. United States
Bluefin Solutions Sdn Bhd Malaysia
Bluefin Solutions Pte Ltd Singapore

Philanthropy[edit]

Mindtree Foundation is a unit of Mindtree that works towards improving the lives of people with disabilities and the enhancement in the quality of primary education.[37] Mindtree Foundation was incorporated on 20 November 2007 under section 25 of Companies Act. Mindtree's employees, assistive technologies and associations with NGOs led to the following:[38]

  • The launch of 'Udaan', a scholarship program to support the medical education of underprivileged students in association with Narayana Hrudayalaya Charitable Trust.[39]
  • The launch of 'I Got Garbage', a cloud-based platform aimed to simplify waste management and transform every waste picker in Bengaluru, India into an entrepreneur through a structured and governed waste management framework.[40]
  • Individual Social Responsibility – Employees join the cause of donation of old clothes/toys/books, distribution of solar lanterns, caring for the elderly, cleaning up the city, blood and organ donation.[41]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  31. ^ "Mindtree acquires 7Strata". Archived from the original on 11 December 2013. Retrieved 6 December 2013.
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