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Ashok Soota-led Happiest Minds eyes strong momentum from India biz

Manufacturing and banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) together contribute about 26 per cent to the total revenues

Joseph Anantharaju
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Joseph Anantharaju Executive Vice Chairman, Happiest Minds

Ayushman Baruah Bengaluru

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Ashok Soota-led Happiest Minds Technologies is eyeing a strong momentum from its India business. This is on the back of high digital maturity among Indian clients and a stronger macro-economic environment here compared to North America.

For Happiest Minds, the India revenue contribution to its top line has been increasing steadily. India contributed 16.4 per cent to total revenues as of Q3 FY24, growing from 15.7 per cent in Q2 and 15.5 per cent in Q1. North America, its largest market, contributed 70.3 per cent to the revenues as of the third quarter.  

“Our India revenue continues to pick up. Our market

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First Published: Jan 21 2024 | 2:17 PM IST

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