Accentia CEO gets Udyog Rattan Award


Tvm: Pradeep Vishwambharan, CEO of Technopark based Accentia Technologies was conferred the Udyog Rattan Award by the Institute of Economic Studies, one of the premier research-oriented and awareness promoting global organisations. This is the first time that an IT industrialist from Kerala is being awarded the Udyog Rattan.

Accentia Technologies won an Excellence Award. Pradeep and Accentia Technologies were honoured in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the growth of IT/ITeS industry in the country. Both the awards were presented by the Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand, His Excellency Korn Dabbaransi at a function held in Bangkok. The awards were received by  C K Sooraj, Director (Operations & HR), Accentia on behalf of Accentia Technologies and its CEO.

Pradeep is credited with turning a small medical transcription unit into one of the world’s largest Healthcare Receivable Cycle Management (HRCM) companies in the short span of a few years. Through his planning and imagination, Accentia’s presence has expanded from a single production centre in Trivandrum to over a dozen large scale units in cities across the world including London, Fort Lauderdale (Florida, USA), Portland (Oregon, USA) and UAE, as also cities in India such as Mumbai, Cochin, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Calcutta, Chandigarh and Bhubaneswar.

Accentia’s performance during fiscal 2009-2010, leading to the declaration of a 30% dividend to its shareholders and the pattern of sustained growth it has reflected over the years came in for high esteem among the jury and hence the company was given Excellence Award for Outstanding Performance by the Institute of Economic Studies.

The Institute of Economic Studies (IES), as its name signifies, was established in 1980 by a group of economists, parliamentarians and industrialists who came together to study and discuss problems concerning various aspects of the economy and economic development of India and offer their expert advice and services.

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