Intellisight scouts land for its campus

DQW Bureau
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Hyderabad-based Intellisight India, an end-to-end medical BPO company, is

scouting for land to put its ‘technology park by 2007’ plan in action.

"We need to sc-ale and are looking at a 10,000 seater facility in four

phases," said G Lokender Reddy, MD, Intellisight.

The plans include a full-fledged campus complete with a residential block in

a spread of 25 acre. The one year-old-company with a front office in Florida has

managed to keep attrition zero and has 30 US-based doctors as its clients

serviced by its staff of 50 in Hyderabad and another 14 in the US.

In first year of its operation, Intellisight brought in revenues to the tune

of Rs 5 crore with an overall investment of Rs 4 crore in India and the US. In

view of elections in the US, Intellisight COO Y Venkataa Raman has revised his

100 percent year-on-year growth estimate to a conservative 40 percent in terms

of people and revenues. He is looking forward to adding another 10 clients this

year while plans for scaling up the year after are underway.


Currently the company is concentrating on cardiology, gastroenterology and

pulmo-nary diseases segments and is negotiating with a hospital Florida for

outsourcing some of their processes. However, dea-ling with complexity of

outsourcing for a hospital is more complex than doing coding, transcription,

billing, claims processing etc for a physician agrees Raman.

"We will scale up after perfecting the process," he said.

Nandita Singh

Hyderabad (CyberMedia News)