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Hardik Parekh

Chief Executive Officer

hardik.parekh@searce.com

Entirely meticulous, spontaneous and observant – Hardik is the energy-core that powers Searce. A Natural Design-Thinker, his keen mind immerses itself in any problem he encounters, until he figures out the most elegant way to fix it, sans water, food and occasionally air. (This is running the rest of us ragged, but it’s not like he’s listening.)

Ami Parekh

Chief Financial Officer

ami.parekh@searce.com

As the CFO, Ami provides financial direction, control and oversight to Searce. Ami has over 10 years of experience in working with various accounting softwares for financial reporting and MIS. She also carries over 5 years of UK accounting experience working as a Business Process Outsourcing Manager.

Prabhash Ojha

Vice President

prabhash.ojha@searce.com

Prabhash is what you would expect of someone with over 15 years of experience in operations and delivery management in the domain of financial outsourcing. Neat as a pin, Prabhash crosses his Ts and dots his Os. Twice. So when he manages an offshore operations center you can expect nano-scale planning and perfect execution.

Ekta Ganguly

Director of Engineering

ekta.ganguly@searce.com

Professor, headmistress, programmer, analyst, tester, architect, delivery-lead, and doting mom. Ekta wears many hats, including those called python, perl, .net, php. She’s been doing this for 13 years, and we shudder to think of all the other peaks that she aims to scale. Quite logically, Ekta manages the Android, iPhone and Google Apps team and dabbles with the latest in mobile App Engines. This girl knows how to fix stuff.

Pradeep Pavithran

Director Business Development

pradeep.pavithran@searce.com

The energizer bunny at Searce, Pradeep is always calm, poised and confident that it will all get done. And it does. A Bachelor’s degree in Science and an MBA in Marketing form the backdrop for this self-confessed workaholic’s passions. His constant composure reveals very little about what is really going on in his head. In all likelihood, it’s the sound of the next big problem being solved.

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