PRLEAP - Torry Harris Business Solutions Appoints New Lab Director

July 24, 2007: Torry Harris Business Solutions (THBS), a global niche technology services and solutions provider for mission-critical distributed enterprise computing and middleware, today appointed B. G. Prasanna Krishna as its new Lab Director.

 

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“Prasanna has over 21 years of experience in the IT industry and brings to THBS his expertise in building practices that addresses all aspects of an IT Services based organization, like, delivery practices for large outsourcing deals, ensuring optimization and continuous improvement in quality, productivity and cost, quality framework adherence and definition, etc.

“Welcoming him to the core team, Ashwin Krishna, Chief Operating Officer, Torry Harris Business Solutions said, “As part of THBS’ expansion and diversification of world wide clients, the company believes in strengthening its management by adding seasoned industry veterans to its senior executive team. In his role as the Lab Director, Prasanna is responsible for all aspects of Delivery in line with THBS's quest for ‘Customer Delight’ and ‘Excellence in Services’. He will be leading and supporting the ambitious growth plans of THBS and developing the ‘Centres of Excellence’ to incubate and nurture niche technology at THBS.”

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