Millennium Global plans to expand in India

By agencies   |   Wednesday, 29 March 2006, 08:00 Hrs
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CHENNAI: Millennium Global Business Solutions, a California-based company with expertise in implementing process excellence solutions, plans to expand its activities in India.

The company started its operations in India recently and has held workshops on Six Sigma, a methodology that provides techniques and tools to improve a business process, - at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras, and the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce - Chennai chapter.

Announcing this, the company’s President and CEO, Dr Shree Nanguneri, “The company plans to ramp up its activities in corporate deployments involving training and project support related to process excellence through techniques such as Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma.”

The company viewed the South Asian region as offering good business potential for implementing these solutions. Millennium Global offered hardware and software products that influence the effectiveness of the training initiative at any level.

Millennium Global will hold in-house and public workshops and training sessions, seminars to build awareness on process excellence and carry out business readiness assessments to determine areas of focus, said Nanguneri.

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