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    Originally posted by GigiBronz View Post
    another one for the list:

    Mphasis
    Would have thought everyone knew what they were - it was the Indian partner for EDS / HP for years..
    merely at clientco for the entertainment

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      Mphasis, sounds like a cheap Infosys wannabe

      And Google say:

      Infosys revenue 1 Trillon Rupees
      Mphasis revenue 100 Billion Rupees

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        Originally posted by Fraidycat View Post
        Mphasis, sounds like a cheap Infosys wannabe

        And Google say:

        Infosys revenue 1 Trillon Rupees
        Mphasis revenue 100 Billion Rupees
        Yep, the ownership by EDS / HP rather screwed their expansion options when everyone else was massively expanding.
        merely at clientco for the entertainment

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          Originally posted by eek View Post

          Yep, the ownership by EDS / HP rather screwed their expansion options when everyone else was massively expanding.
          I didn't know EDS had any involvement in Mphasis.
          I wonder what made them think combining the worst management (EDS/HP) with the worst workers (cheap, poorly skilled Indian techs), would ever make a successful business.
          See You Next Tuesday

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            Originally posted by Lance View Post

            I didn't know EDS had any involvement in Mphasis.
            I wonder what made them think combining the worst management (EDS/HP) with the worst workers (cheap, poorly skilled Indian techs), would ever make a successful business.
            Because cheap, poorly skilled US and UK techs were the foundation of EDS / HP..
            merely at clientco for the entertainment

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              Originally posted by eek View Post

              Because cheap, poorly skilled US and UK techs were the foundation of EDS / HP..
              my 1st contract was with them. The 'lifers' were truly awful.
              See You Next Tuesday

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                Originally posted by GigiBronz View Post
                another one for the list:

                Mphasis
                Mphasis is not a recruitment agency, they are company like Tsys, HCL etc, just much smaller and at least until early this year they were doing a lot of work for HP. I know because I was thinking I was applying for a contract at HP and it turned out I had to work for Mphasis after the second interview. I told them to F.O for wasting my time and keeping me in the dark about this.

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                  Originally posted by Eirikur View Post

                  Mphasis is not a recruitment agency, they are company like Tsys, HCL etc, just much smaller and at least until early this year they were doing a lot of work for HP. I know because I was thinking I was applying for a contract at HP and it turned out I had to work for Mphasis after the second interview. I told them to F.O for wasting my time and keeping me in the dark about this.
                  MPhasis is owned by HP. In fact when I was contracting for AIGSS - AIG insurer's IT division, AIG is a big daddy of Insurers in the US, MPhasis acquired AIGSS.

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                    Originally posted by BigDataPro View Post

                    MPhasis is owned by HP. In fact when I was contracting for AIGSS - AIG insurer's IT division, AIG is a big daddy of Insurers in the US, MPhasis acquired AIGSS.
                    Nope MPhasis are owned by Private Equity since HP sold in 2016 - its now mainly owned by BlackStone Group see Mphasis - Wikipedia

                    It wouldn't be so bad but I pointed this out 4 posts ago...

                    merely at clientco for the entertainment

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