Bahwan CyberTek

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Bahwan CyberTek Group (BCT) is a global information technology provider of software products and solutions.

BCT is one of the first 50 companies worldwide to be assessed at CMMi Level 5 Version 1.3 for its Process and Delivery Excellence. BCT has delivered solutions in 20 countries across North America, Middle East, Far East, Africa and Asia.

Its senior executive management team consists of Hind S. Bahwan (Chairperson), S. Durgaprasad (Director & CEO),[1] Mike Muralidharan (Global COO),[2] Balaji Sundaram (CSO), Prakash Punnekat (COO - Corporate Planning), Jaya Vaidhyanathan (President - BFSI & SBU), R. Chandran (CIO), R. Saravanan (CFO), Karthik Sundararaman (EVP - Education & Training BU), P. Rajasekaran (CPO), Shanthi Chandrasekar (EVP - APAC SBU).

Facilities & Infrastructure

BCT has its headquarters at Chennai, India[3] and a Data Centre at Muscat, Oman apart from offices in India, the United States of America, Dubai, Qatar, Brunei, and Singapore.

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