Indian outsourcer Satyam Computer Services has moved to a larger facility in Cyberjaya in Malaysia, with plans to make it the company's largest development and services delivery facility outside India, it said in a filing on Tuesday to the Bombay Stock Exchange.
Indian outsourcer, Satyam Computer Services, has received legal notices from 37 companies, demanding the return of 12.3 billion Indian rupees (US$267 million) they claim were paid to the company as temporary advances, Satyam said in a filing on Tuesday to the Bombay Stock Exchange.
Troubled Indian outsourcer Satyam Computer Services announced the appointment of a new CEO and chief financial officer (CFO) on Tuesday. The two are former executives of Mahindra Group, the business group in the process of acquiring a majority stake in Satyam.
Satyam's government-appointed board has announced plans to choose a buyer for the troubled outsourcing vendor by mid-April. These legal tips will help the many customers still with Satyam reevaluate their options.