|Traded as||NSE: HAPPSTMNDS |
|Industry||Digital transformation, product engineering, Infrastructure and Security Services|
|Founder 👔||Ashok Soota|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Area served 🗺️
|Ashok Soota (Chairman)|
|Revenue🤑||$104.6 million  (2021)|
Number of employees
Happiest Minds Technologies is a digital transformation, infrastructure, security, and product engineering services company. The company was founded by Ashok Soota In 2011. It is headquartered In Bangalore, India and has its operations in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Singapore, and Australia.
Happiest Minds was found In April 2011 by Ashok Soota, Aurobinda Nanda, Dattatreya Salagame, Joseph Anantaraju, Puneet Jetli, Raja Sekher, Raja Shanmugam and Salil Godika. The company received $45 million Series-A funding In November 2011. The investors were JP Morgan Asset Management, Intel Capital and Ashok Soota.
They opened their first office in Reading, UK as part of expansion in March, 2012. At present they have offices in India (Bangalore, Noida and Pune), US, UK, Singapore and Australia with more than 170 plus customers globally.
Products and services
The company provides digital transformation services through technologies such as internet of things, cloud, unified communications, big data analytics, robotic process automation, mobility and security.
They apply product engineering, IPs and functional skill in IT services and Infrastructure Management and Security services to companies in e-learning, e-commerce, insurance, banking, manufacturing, retail, travel and automotive domains.
In August 2012, they have partnered with California-based mobile engagement company July Systems.
Later In May 2013, the company partnered with Florida-based enterprise mobile platform company, KidoZen. Towards the end In the same year In December 2013, the company partnered with Indias DataWind, a wireless web access products and services provider.
In September 2014, they collaborated with the New York-based database firm, MongoDB. During the same month the company partnered with XchangeLabs, a pharmacy automation company based out of Texas. Towards the end of the year in December 2014, they collaborated with Mastercards Quest to enable development of futuristic payment applications.
In January 2016, they joined Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC).
In May 2017, Happiest Minds acquired Cupola Technologies, an Internet of things based startup and in June 2017, the company acquired the U.S. based digital transformation company OSSCube.
Happiest Minds launched its IPO in September 2020 with an offer for sale of 3,56,63,585 equity shares by promoter Ashok Soota and JP Morgan-backed private equity fund. The IPO price range was between ₹165 and ₹166; the issue was subscribed 151 times. The shares of the company were listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange of India on 17 September 2020 at an opening price of ₹351, a 111 percent premium over the issue price.
|2020||· Happiest minds won regional award for ‘South’ in ‘Industrial IoT/Industry 4.0 Category.|
|2019||· Happiest minds ranked 42 in India’s Best Companies to work. |
· Happiest Minds wins Red Herring Top 100 Asia award.
· Happiest Minds recognized in The Top India’s Best places to work for women by Great place to work.
· Happiest minds in Top 20 most promising robotic process automation companies by CIO review India.
|2018||· Happiest Minds wins Red Herring top 100 global award.|
|2017||· Happiest minds wins the bronze medal in ‘Best IOT service- commercial and industrial’ in IOT innovator award. |
· Happiest minds is a ‘leader’ in the IOAP global outsourcing 100 list.
· Happiest minds wins the Frost and Sullivan Digital Transformation Services provider of the year.
|2016||· Happiest minds solutions mCaaS wins Great lakes Data science excellence award for the best data science project of the year at Cypher.|
|2015||· Happiest minds was awarded Gold at Express I.T awards at IOT Platform MIDAS in the cloud solutions award category. |
· Happiest Minds is recognized in the Top 5 Best Companies to Work in India among Emerging Organisations in IT- BPM – 2015 by Great Place to Work Institute.
· Happiest minds rank 17 in the Deloitte Technology Fast50 India.
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- ↑ Happiest Minds acquires IoT specialist Cupola Technology. Business Standard India. 12 May 2017. Retrieved 19 June 2017.
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- ↑ Happiest Minds IPO day 2: Issue subscribed 8.4 times, retail portion at 39 times. Moneycontrol. Retrieved 2020-09-08.
- ↑ Happiest Minds lists at 111% premium over issue price, beats DMart, IRCTC. The Economic Times. Retrieved 17 September 2020.
- ↑ Team, Editor (2020-02-17). IoT India Awards: Countrys First Awards For IoT Deployments. Profit From IoT | IoT India. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
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- ↑ IAOP - Best of GO100. www.iaop.org. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
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- ↑ Top 20 RPA Solution Providers-2019 | Vendors. robotics.cioreviewindia.com. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
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- ↑ Kay, Kim (2017-10-06). IoT Innovator Awards finalists announced for 2017. IoT Innovator. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
- ↑ IAOP - The 2017 Global Outsourcing 100. www.iaop.org. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
- ↑ Limited, Happiest Minds Technologies Private. Happiest Minds Wins the Frost & Sullivan Digital Transformation Services Provider of the Year 2017. www.prnewswire.com. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
- ↑ Salecha, Manisha (2016-09-28). Cypher 2016, India largest Analytics Summit, recognizes Achievers in the Analytics space. Analytics India Magazine. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
- ↑ Happiest Minds IoT Platform Wins Gold at the Express I.T. Awards 2015. FierceElectronics. Retrieved 2020-12-02.
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- ↑ https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/in/Documents/technology-media-telecommunications/in-tmt-tech-fast-50-2015-noexp.pdf
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