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EXL Service (EXL Services)

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EXL Service, also known as EXL Services (NASDAQ: EXLS), is a company that provides business process outsourcing services to global corporations.

The company provides outsourcing services in the following areas: finance and accounting, legal processes, transactions, bill collections and customer services. It also offers 'transformation services' that help organizations efficiently use capital, deal with risk management and provide operational flexibility. The vertical industries it targets include banking, insurance, healthcare, utilities, transportation and logistics.

EXL was established in 1999 by Vikram Talwar and Rohit Kapoor.

This was last updated in August 2012
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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