Mahindra Satyam has now set even bigger goals for itself. "End of the day, our market share is not even 10 to15 percent," Rohit said. "Even if we get eight or 10 good deals per quarter, we can grow. There is no problem. We are quite hopeful even for the next financial year."
That must be sweet news to the shareholders of Mahindra Satyam. The company's shares had already gone up four percent last Friday in the Indian stock market after the quarterly results were announced.
Zafar Anjum is the online editor of MIS Asia, CIO Asia, Computerworld Singapore and Computerworld Malaysia.
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