Anthelio launches SEZ facility in Hyd

The ConJoin Group, an IT and business services company, with operations in the US and centres of excellence in Mumbai and Hyderabad, on Thursday announced that effective immediately, it is changing its name to Anthelio.

Concurrently, Anthelio said it had acquired a 50,000-sft facility in a special economic zone (SEZ) in Gachibowli, Hyderabad. The facility will support aggressive hiring goals in India.

Anthelio has approximately 50 people in Hyderabad and 250 people in Mumbai. The company expects to ramp this up to more than 1,000 people in India by the end of the 2011 calendar, to over 3,000 people by 2012, and up to 15,000 people by 2015. In the US, the company expects to grow from 1,300 people currently to between 3,000 and 5,000 people by 2015.

Anthelio will leverage the US domain and clinical expertise converged with a truly-integrated global delivery model to provide innovative, market leading, high-value, low-cost solutions to the provider market. This model will fundamentally transform the cost structure for hospitals, allowing them to allocate critical resources to improve patient care.

“Our new corporate identity reflects a renewed commitment to transform the fundamental economics of the US healthcare system, which includes building out our vital infrastructure and talent pool in India to help hospitals meet unprecedented technology, operational and financial challenges,” Richard S Garnick, chief executive officer of Anthelio, stated in a press release.

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Anthelio launches SEZ facility in Hyd

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The ConJoin Group, an IT and business services company, with operations in the US and centres of excellence in Mumbai and Hyderabad, on Thursday announced that effective immediately, it is changing its name to Anthelio.

Concurrently, Anthelio said it had acquired a 50,000-sft facility in a special economic zone (SEZ) in Gachibowli, Hyderabad. The facility will support aggressive hiring goals in India.

Anthelio has approximately 50 people in Hyderabad and 250 people in Mumbai. The company expects to ramp this up to more than 1,000 people in India by the end of the 2011 calendar, to over 3,000 people by 2012, and up to 15,000 people by 2015. In the US, the company expects to grow from 1,300 people currently to between 3,000 and 5,000 people by 2015.

Anthelio will leverage the US domain and clinical expertise converged with a truly-integrated global delivery model to provide innovative, market leading, high-value, low-cost solutions to the provider market. This model will fundamentally transform the cost structure for hospitals, allowing them to allocate critical resources to improve patient care.

“Our new corporate identity reflects a renewed commitment to transform the fundamental economics of the US healthcare system, which includes building out our vital infrastructure and talent pool in India to help hospitals meet unprecedented technology, operational and financial challenges,” Richard S Garnick, chief executive officer of Anthelio, stated in a press release.

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Anthelio launches SEZ facility in Hyd

The ConJoin Group, an IT and business services company, with operations in the US and centres of excellence in Mumbai and Hyderabad, on Thursday announced that effective immediately, it is changing its name to Anthelio.

The ConJoin Group, an IT and business services company, with operations in the US and centres of excellence in Mumbai and Hyderabad, on Thursday announced that effective immediately, it is changing its name to Anthelio.

Concurrently, Anthelio said it had acquired a 50,000-sft facility in a special economic zone (SEZ) in Gachibowli, Hyderabad. The facility will support aggressive hiring goals in India.

Anthelio has approximately 50 people in Hyderabad and 250 people in Mumbai. The company expects to ramp this up to more than 1,000 people in India by the end of the 2011 calendar, to over 3,000 people by 2012, and up to 15,000 people by 2015. In the US, the company expects to grow from 1,300 people currently to between 3,000 and 5,000 people by 2015.

Anthelio will leverage the US domain and clinical expertise converged with a truly-integrated global delivery model to provide innovative, market leading, high-value, low-cost solutions to the provider market. This model will fundamentally transform the cost structure for hospitals, allowing them to allocate critical resources to improve patient care.

“Our new corporate identity reflects a renewed commitment to transform the fundamental economics of the US healthcare system, which includes building out our vital infrastructure and talent pool in India to help hospitals meet unprecedented technology, operational and financial challenges,” Richard S Garnick, chief executive officer of Anthelio, stated in a press release.

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