Reference ChecksBy Joshua Weinberger | Posted 2003-06-01 Email Print
Before establishing the software-development division in 1994, he was chairman of Dun & Bradstreet India and China.
Dir., I.T. Application Development
Project: Cognizant was the retail co-op's test case for the whole offshore business model, relying on the firm in 2000 to handle the software expansion of the bar-code system across hundreds of applications.
Philadelphia Stock Exchange
VP, Business Systems Devel.
Project: Trading house first relied on Cognizant for converting systems to decimal-based pricing in 1999.
Royal & SunAlliance USA
Business Services Executive, Personal Lines Division
Project: After starting a Y2K project with another Indian firm, RSA turned to Cognizant when a new acquisition had to be made compliant in a hurry.
Schwan food company
Dave Deines Systems Devel. Manager
Project: At the end of 1998, the frozen-food company chose Cognizant to handle its mainframe work for a Y2K upgrade.
United States Cold Storage
Project: In 1999, the refrigerated-warehousing and logistics company signed Cognizant to develop its wireless-network application and its Web site.
Farmers Insurance Group
VP, Policy Management Applications
Project: Since 2002, the insurance giant has been using Cognizant to supplement its Wipro resources in application maintenance and testing, and sends much of its R&D projects there, as well.
Executives listed here are all customers of Cognizant Technology Solutions. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.
|COGNIZANT OPERATING RESULTS*|
|Earnings per share||$0.15||$0.54||$0.36|
|*Fiscal year enDS Dec. 31; YTD results reflects first three months
reflects 3-for-1 stock split distributed on april 1, 2003
|Cash & equivalents||$127M|
|Market value at 5/29||$1.3B|
|**As of March 31, except where noted|
|source: Company Reports|