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Mphasis is a Bangalore based IT services company majority owned by Hewlett-Packard. The company provides infrastructure technology and applications outsourcing services, as well as architecture, application development and integration, and application management services. It serves financial services, telecom, logistics, and technology industries. MphasiS is ranked #7 in India IT companies and overall #165 by Fortune India 500 in 2011 with more than 40,000 employees as of 2012. In February 2014 the Mphasis company changed its logo and the Brand Name as Mphasis Unleash the Next as it seeks to boost business other than from parent Hewlett-Packard, currently its largest client. The 5th Feb 2014's announcement "in no way changes the shareholding of HP which is 60.5%, it is about Mphasis being more relevant to customers , including HP," Ayyar told reporters in Bangalore. Wikipedia.

Krishnappa R.,Mphasis
ecancermedicalscience | Year: 2011

One of the most promising avenues for interpreting large datasets of molecular expression profiles involves pathway-based analysis. Pathways are collection of genes and proteins that perform a well-defined biological task. These pathways have been established through decades of molecular biology research and are collected in a variety of public pathway repositories (KEGG and Reactome Pathway database). Understanding the complexity of these pathways is critical for understanding normal biological conditions and disease states and also since the number of known pathways within the cells is significantly smaller than the number of genes that is typically profiled, the transformation of data from a gene-centric view to a pathway-centred one represents a dramatic reduction in the number of dimensions. Such reduction allows a biologist to interpret and understand the data in a manner that is not possible when it is viewed as a collection of individual genes. Copyright: © the authors; licensee ecancermedicalscience.

A system and method of managing one or more heterogeneous networks is disclosed. The system is capable of adding and removing one or more heterogeneous devices in the one or more heterogeneous networks. The system includes a device management unit that is capable of adding or removing the one or more heterogeneous devices in the one or more heterogeneous networks. The one or more heterogeneous devices are operated according to preferences of a user. The preferences of the user are defined in policies that govern the operation of the one or more heterogeneous devices. Additionally, a control unit transmits control messages to the one or more heterogeneous devices according a communication protocol associated with the one or more heterogeneous devices.

A computer-implemented compliance framework for providing regulatory compliance check as a service to a financial organization is described. The compliance framework includes a discovery module configured to discover a plurality of business and operating rules of the financial organization. The compliance framework creates an organization knowledge model based on the plurality of business and operating rules of the financial organization. Additionally, the compliance framework builds industry knowledge model and regulatory knowledge model that includes a plurality of industry standard processes and a plurality of regulatory rules. The compliance framework also includes a classification module to classify a plurality of events occurring in the financial organization. Further, the compliance framework includes a compliance module configured to check if each event of the plurality of events is in compliance with at least one of the plurality of business and operating rules, the plurality of industry standard processes and the plurality of regulatory rules.

A computer-implemented method, executed by a hardware provider payment gateway system to select a least-cost payment acquirer for an electronic payment to a merchant, includes loading transaction and payment details of a payment instrument. An acquirer list of one or more payment acquirers associated with the merchant and available to the provider payment gateway system is retrieved. A least-cost acquirer among the one or more payment acquirers is determined, by the provider payment gateway system, utilizing a set of predetermined parameters.

News Article | October 29, 2015
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Shares of select information technology (IT) service provider companies mainly mid-and-small sized have rallied on the bourses up to 19% on back of heavy volumes in otherwise weak market. Mphasis, Geometric, Solutions (India), R S Software, Exports, Mindteck (India) and Majesco have rallied between 5-19% on the BSE. The S&P BSE Sensex was down 0.33% at 26,950 points at 11:28 am. Mphasis, the largest gainer among pack, has surged 19% to Rs 534 on the BSE on back of an over four-fold jump in trading volumes. The stock currently trading at its fresh 52-week high and rallied 28% from Rs 418 on October 20, post September quarter results. The company had posted better-than-expected profit and revenue for the July-September quarter with strong performances of its direct international business. The firm posted a net profit of Rs 185 crore in the quarter ending September 30, up 15.3% from same period last year. On a sequential basis, net profit was up by 18.2%. The company attributed the rise in profit to increasing revenue from its direct international business. Management has revised H2FY16 (October-March) margin range from earlier 12?14% to 13?15%. This may provide some support to the earnings; however, revenue growth remains sluggish, said analyst at Prabhudas Lilladher. At 11:28 am, the stock was up 18% at Rs 530 on the BSE. A combined 1.83 million shares changed hands on the counter on the BSE and NSE. Among the other individual stocks, Mindteck has locked in upper circuit of 10% at Rs 136 on the BSE. Nucleus Software Exports (up 8% at Rs 249), (7% at Rs 142), Majesco (7% at Rs 372), (6% at Rs 135) and Infinite Computer Solutions (5% at Rs 198) are up more than 5% each.

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