Reference ChecksBy Joshua Weinberger | Posted 2003-06-01 Email Print
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Blackwell's Book Services
Acting VP, I.T.
(503) 684-1140 x1366
Project: Oregon-based book distributor turned to Wipro last year to help with a key data-modeling project that was already underway, and now has 10 Wipro staffers offshore to go with 3 on-site.
Project: Oregon utility company uses Wipro to maintain further enhancements of its customer-service system.
David L. Andre
Project: Massachusetts-based savings network wanted to move some of its system-administration and development functions offshore. Now has 22 Wipro staffers in Bangalore, and one permanent on-site representative.
Head of Partnering, Nokia Networks
Project: Started with Wipro back in 1997, developing software for the telecom manufacturer's network division.
Project: The manufacturing company's Epson Software Development Laboratory subsidiary selected Wipro in 1996 for both onsite and offshore programming.
Farmers Insurance Group
VP, Policy Management Applications
Project: As its first foray into offshore outsourcing, the insurer turned to Wipro in 2000 for a simple help-desk project, and has since ramped up the engagement.
Executives listed here are all customers of Wipro Technologies. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.
|COGNIZANT OPERATING RESULTS*|
|Earnings per share||$0.74||$0.74||$0.60|
|*Fiscal year ends March 31|
|Cash & equivalents||$297M|
|Market value at 5/29||$4.5B|
|**As of March 31, except where noted|
|Source: Company Reports|