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About IT Thoughts Consulting

Established in 2002 in Chennai, India, and register as Private limited Company on 2005, IT Thoughts Consulting started off with a focus on training in programming with a special emphasis on the "C" language.

Thereafter, the company grew by leaps and bounds, firstly by securing a project to work on a credit card software for Citi Group, and later expanding to other clients such as Credit Suisse, UBS, Shinsei Bank and other prominent players within the financial services sector. Our relationship with these clients is still growing by the day.


Significant Milestones

2002 IT Thoughts Consulting started at Chennai, and growth demands required the corporate headquarters to be shifted from Chennai to Bangalore, one of the fastest growing IT Hubs of India.

 



2005 Register as Private Limited Company at chennai Established office in Malaysia.

2006 Register at London in name of IT THOUGHTS LTD

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2008 Started servicing our customers in Malaysia and Philippines through trusted partners.

2011Established office in Singapore

Other than its global presence, IT Thoughts Consulting operations are also spread across other states of India, having offices in major metros Chennai and New Delhi.

What we do

IT Thoughts Consulting offers world-class Enterprise Support Services. Our clients include Fortune 500 companies and clients in the financial, professional, manufacturing, technological and telecommunications services.

Our expertise spans the spectrum of the Functional, Technology and Delivery support requirements of enterprises and our solutions can be customized to fit client needs of varying time frames.

IT Thoughts Consulting capacity to build on its niche in infrastructural support has helped our customers to reduce their total costs of ownership.

Latest News

IT Thoughts Consulting today announced that it has received the 2012 IT Partner of the Year
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