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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Sparsh BPO Services Ltd:Future outlook,prospects,analysis,buy/sell?

Scripscan:Sparsh BPO Services Ltd
Bse code:532833
Cmp:48

Story:The company manages processes across several verticals, including banking and financial services.Sparsh provides services in 15 languages with centres in Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Chennai, Mohali, Kolkata, Gurgaon, Delhi and Puducherry.The company recently launched its second delivery centre in Bangalore. The 450-seater located at Hebbal will provide multi-lingual services in English, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Telugu across a range of verticals to deliver contact center management, including customer support services, collections and sales.The centre is the company’s fourth centre in the south and 19th centre in India.This new facility is a welcome addition to Sparsh’s multilingual centres in India and will reinforce its footprint in south.Sparsh BPO Services had earlier launched a centre in Puducherry in November 2008 to provide customer support services to Aircel’s base of prepaid and postpaid cellular subscribers in the Tamil Nadu and Chennai circles.Sparsh currently has over 40 client relationships with leading multinational companies across telecom, banking, insurance, consumer durables, retail, media, aviation & public sectors. Sparsh BPO is owned by Blackstone-backed outsourcing firm Intelenet GlobalService.Institutional investors own nearly 15% in the company. SKR BPO is co-owned by Blackstone GVP Capital and Mauritius and Intelenet management.The word on the street is that with the US economy on a gradual recovery path, order flows are likely to pick up in the coming days.Buzz is that a group of high net worth individuals are accumulating the stock. In addition, some domestic mutual funds too have picked up small lots.The company should deliver better numbers going forward and that may propell up the stock price further.A consildation is likely thus a buy at dips.

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