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V.K. Mathews nominated President of GTech

Thiruvananthapuram, March 22

Mr V.K. Mathews, Chairman and CEO of IBS Group, has been nominated as the President of Group of Technopark Companies (GTech). GTech is a strategic grouping of IT and ITeS companies in Kerala. An engineer with a master's degree in aeronautical engineering from IIT-Kanpur, Mr Mathews has held important positions in Government agencies, business organisations and academic institutions, a GTech spokesman said here on Monday. Mr K. Nanadakumar, President and CEO of Sun Tec Business Solutions, has been nominated as the Vice-President. Mr Nandakumar is a technologist who has pioneered the idea of relationship-based pricing in the financial services industry. Mr Anoop P. Ambika, CEO, Kreara Solutions, and Mr Syed Ibrahim, Managing Director, Palnar Transmedia, have been nominated as Secretary and Treasurer respectively of GTech for 2010-2012. – Our Bureau

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