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Monday, September 8, 2008

UST Global unveils new campus plan

UST Global unveiled its plan for the proposed campus in Trivandrum. It is expected to be operational by 2010. The campus will be marked by its unique architectural style, ambient work space and eco-friendly operations. The Campus has been designed by CPG Consultants, a Singapore-based architectural firm who are world-renowned for their work on projects such as Singapore’s Changi Airport and National University of Singapore (NUS).

SeaView celebrates its 10th anniversary

The Technopark IT Giant, SeaView( ) is celebrating its 10th anniversary this week. SeaView is the pioneering IT Enabled Services Company in India . Its is mainly involved in Medical Transcription , Business transcription and Legal Transcription. Seaview caters to the needs of industry leaders in the US and the UK.

The company started its operations in 1995 in Technopark and now has a staff strength of 180 and is fast expanding. Seaview also develops software for the Transcription Industry . Products include digital sound tools for file conversions and playing, tools that facilitate automatic ftp and data transfer, Scheduling and Monitoring software that takes care of the entire needs of the global online teletranscription industry . They now operate from their own building, Padmanabham, near the main entrance of Technopark.

TechnoparkToday wishes SeaView all the best on this glorious occasion and wishes them success in their future engagements.

The Economic Times apologises to UST Global

The Economic Times apologised to UST Global for the incorrect story it published. The Bangalore Bureau of ET carried a story on UST Global on Monday, 25 August 2008, about the possibility of the Comcraft Group selling its stake in UST Global.

This report came at a time when UST Global marked its ninth anniversary celebrations over the weekend. This report caused major concern among employees and clients of the company. It was a totally baseless and irresponsible report according to the Sajan Pillai, CEO of UST Global. “The Comcraft Group and UST Global took this up with The Economic Times, and the Chief of Bureau has personally apologised to us for this misrepresentation of the facts by the reporter”, he Said

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