Kale plans to expand outsourcing business

DQW Bureau
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Pune based Kale Consultants Ltd, provider of airline and

banking solutions, plans to expand its outsourcing business to other industry

verticals. The company is planning to generate around Rs 25 crore from

outsourcing business. It has branded its BPO business as Managed Process

Services (MPS) and opened a development facility in Mumbai. Kiran Karnik,

President, Nasscom inaugurated the new MPS centre.

Speaking on the occasion, Vipul Jain, MD, Kale

Consultants said, “Our MPS growth plans are based on a three pronged strategy

that includes increased customer acquisitions, increased service offerings in

the airline domain and penetration into new verticals like banking and travel

and transport.” The company also plans to increase its headcount to 250

employees by end of this year and 800 by 2006. Revenue target is Rs 10 crore by


At present, Kale offers end-to-end revenue accounting

and sales audit services to the airline industry. It plans to expand its airline

services portfolio to include ticket proration, cargo sales audit and interline

billing among others. The company currently has three outsourcing clients and is

adding three more to its portfolio.

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