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Lason India chief quits

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CHENNAI: Mr Ranjit Pisharoty, President and Chief Technology Officer, Lason India, has quit the company. This is due to certain changes in the top management in the American company's Indian operations, he said.

He joined Lason in 2000 and provided thought leadership to Lason India team in the use of appropriate technology to meet the business goals. Lason India is part of the $170 million Lason Inc, a business process outsourcing company. Lason India provides direct and indirect employment to over 5,000 processors in Chennai.

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