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Zensar Technologies invests in platforms to bolster ‘digital’ offerings

At a time when most Indian technology services companies are rapidly expanding their digital portfolio to offer next generation technologies to global clients, midsize IT services company Zensar Technologies is gearing up for another level, expecting its investments in platforms and solutions to play a major role.

Zensar Tech expects digital to hit over 50% revenue in 2-3 years

“We took a conscious decision to prune our list of clients wherever we didn’t see a strategic fit,” Zensar CEO Sandeep Kishore said.

Digital tech deal sizes to increase, will stabilize in 2 years

“Digital is already mainstream. The tipping point will be when we see $7-10 million deal coming in. It will be then mainstream at scale.”

Yin and Yang: Poet-CEO Sandeep Kishore

“Poetry completes me, it is part of who I am. I have always been an immersive person, I believe in giving my best to everything I take up.”

Interview with Sandeep Kishore, CEO and Poet

“Even today, I write the poems on paper before typing it on to the phone. In that sense, not much has changed,” Sandeep said.

Zensar Sets Up R&D Lab in Pune, Plans for Lab in US

Zensar CEO Sandeep Kishore told the Economic Times that this is part of the company’s aim to invest in the future. “This is for the future of innovation for the company,” he said.

Zensar’s Q4 results point to short-term pain for long-term gain

The IT arm of RPG Enterprises posted a weak set of earnings in the fourth quarter of 2016-17, but ramp-up of new digital businesses is a silver lining.

Zensar Technologies: On the digital highway

Sandeep Kishore, CEO and MD, Zensar Technologies, is promoting an aggressive sales instinct at the IT firm.

IT sector sailing into a perfect storm in ’17

Sandeep Kishore, CEO and MD, Zensar Technologies believes there is a need to reskill existing teams to ensure that they can upskill where needed or learn new competencies. “A balance between having the digital talent in place, with a consulting approach will be the growing trend,” he says.

Humans can bring in insights machines can’t

Pune-based Zensar CEO Sandeep Kishore spoke to BusinessLine about the need for the IT industry to reskill.

MISSION 100% DIGITAL – Zensar Wants First to be the Digital it Wishes to See in its Clients

RPG Group IT firm Zensar is working towards becoming a 100% digital enterprise, even as it works with customers to help them with their digital strategies. Sandeep Kishore, CEO, Zensar, told ET that with customers’ businesses undergoing radical changes, they could not sell the idea of digital transformation to clients without implementing it internally as well.

For Zensar, digital begins at home first

RPG Group IT firm Zensar is working towards becoming a 100% digital enterprise, even as it works with customers to help them with their digital strategies. Sandeep Kishore, CEO, Zensar, told ET that with the customers’ business undergoing radical change, they couldn’t sell the idea of digital transformation to clients without implementing it internally as well.

We’ll get more acquisitive in digital space: Zensar CEO

It’s about 360-degree customer experience, agility, on-boarding customers to digital and mobile platform. Foolproof does all of this and they have some of the biggest global brands as their customer.

Why Analytics Is the Key to Success in the Digital Shopping Age

Analytics remains a hot topic for apparel retailers, especially as consumer shopping habits continue to evolve. Apparel Magazine caught up with Zensar CEO Sandeep Kishore to get his take on how retailers can leverage this technology to improve operations and connect with customers.

Zensar Technologies Q1 net profit flat at Rs. 76.2 crore, revenues up 8.2%

Zensar Technologies on Friday reported a flat net profit of Rs. 76.2 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2016, when compared to the net profit of Rs. 76.1 crore in the year-ago period. Sequentially, net profit rose by 8.5 percent. The company’s operating revenue came at Rs. 762.4 crore, up 8.2 percent year-over-year (YoY) and 2.1 percent sequentially for the June 2016 quarter. The Company has delivered significant traction in Digital Commerce and Infrastructure Management services in the first Quarter of FY 17,” Sandeep Kishore, CEO Zensar commented on the company’s key areas of growth.

Watching Brexit very closely and working with our customers: Sandeep Kishore, Zensar Tech

Zensar Technologies is launching a client assurance organisation and an in-house crowdsourcing programme as the company puts in place new processes to boost growth.Sandeep Kishore, who took over as CEO of the Pune-based IT services firm six months ago, said Zensar was working on transforming itself and taking its solutions to the clients. “We have built a number of applications to become a digital enterprise ourselves and they range from filling time-sheets on the mobile to using our ZenVerse application to talk to the top leadership. Then can take this to clients and partner with them,” Kishore told ET.

Zensar Technologies Posts Flat Profit Of Rs. 76.2 Crore In June Quarter

Zensar Technologies on Thursday posted a flat net profit of Rs. 76.2 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2016 compared to that of Rs. 76.1 crore in the year-ago period. Its revenue grew by 8.2 per cent to Rs. 762.4 crore in the reported quarter from Rs. 704.6 crore in the year-ago period. “This has been a quarter of good growth. Manufacturing, which saw some softness in the previous quarter, saw a comeback with 6.3 per cent quarter-on-quarter growth (in constant currency). There was a significant traction in digital commerce and Infrastructure Management services in the first quarter,” Zensar Technologies Chief Executive Officer and MD Sandeep Kishore told PTI.

Zensar Tech posts flat profit of Rs 76.2 crore for April-June

Zensar Technologies BSE 0.63 % today posted a flat net profit of Rs 76.2 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2016 compared to that of Rs 76.1 crore in the year-ago period. Its revenue grew by 8.2 per cent to Rs 762.4 crore in the reported quarter from Rs 704.6 crore in the year-ago period. “This has been a quarter of good growth. Manufacturing, which saw some softness in the previous quarter, saw a comeback with 6.3 per cent quarter-on-quarter growth (in constant currency). There was a significant traction in digital commerce and Infrastructure Management services in the first quarter,” Zensar Technologies Chief Executive Officer and MD Sandeep Kishore told PTI.

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