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CaptiveAide provides enterprise risk management consulting and services for businesses.

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CaptiveAide Revenue, Funding, Number of Employees, Competitors and Acquisitions

CAPTIVEAIDE CEO

H. Narayana Swamy

Co-Founder

H. Narayana Swamy

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CaptiveAide was founded in 2013CaptiveAide's top competitors are PwC, McKinsey & Company and KPMG International Cooperative.

CaptiveAide Competitive Set

COMPANYLEADERSHIPCEO SCORE

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CaptiveAideCaptiveAide ceo

H. Narayana Swamy

Co-Founder

64/100
1PwC ceoPwC

Robert E. Moritz

Chairman & CEO

236,235
$37.7B
2McKinsey & Company ceoMcKinsey & Company

Dominic Barton

Managing Partner

68/10025,000
$8.8B
3KPMG International Cooperative ceoKPMG International Cooperative

Lynne Doughtie

Chairman & CEO

67/100197,263
$26.4B
4Everest ceoEverest

Dominic J. Addesso

President & CEO

92/1001,121
$6.4B
5Zinnov ceoZinnov

Pari Natarajan

Co-Founder & CEO

68/100202
$10.4M
6HfS ceoHfS

Phil Fersht

Founder & CEO

62/10025
$4.5M
7Deloitte ceoDeloitte

Punit Renjen

CEO

75/100244,400$19.4M$36.8B
8Everest Group ceoEverest Group

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CaptiveAide Leadership

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CaptiveAide News

CaptiveAide Blog The Offshore Captive Life CycleSuma Subramanian Partner and Director, CaptiveAide Like all things, your Global Inhouse center / offshore captivehas a Life Cycle. While this may not come as a surprise, let's understand the broad nuances... You have researched and debated the need and ROI for sending work to another center, going offshore, engaging a third-party vendor who has [...]CaptiveAide Blog
CaptiveAide Blog Captive Offshoring Vs OffshoreOutsourcingSuma Subramanian Partner and Director, CaptiveAide After two decades of robust offshore outsourcing, organizations have begun to pause and contemplate whether it really is an 'all or nothing' strategy. Corporations use the services of offshore outsourcing firms because it reduces cost, accelerates the execution of tasks, gives companies a 24X7 presence otherwise not possible - [...]CaptiveAide Blog
CaptiveAide Blog A "HIRE" Balancing RopeSuma Subramanian Partner and Director, CaptiveAide After months of work sorting the legal and infrastructure areas of your captive entity in India, the least problematic ought to be that of hiring staff, right? After all, the industry has been around for a long time and there are experienced professionals available for hire as are 2.5 [...]CaptiveAide Blog
CaptiveAide Blog Future of global captives in IndiaH. Narayana Swamy Partner and Director, CaptiveAide When the economy hit a low a few years ago in the US, some analysts predicted the demise of the offshore captive centers. The reasons they furbished were: falling salaries in the US because companies were downsizing, availability of talent because companies were downsizing, increasing costs in India [...]CaptiveAide Blog
CaptiveAide Blog Seeking Offshoring benefits within your Insourcing StrategyRakesh Bhatia Director, Global Vendor Governance Services -Alsbridge Offshoring remains a big-ticket spend item, with offshore outsourcing contracts typically consuming large chunks of an organization's total vendor spend. And while cost reduction is usually cited as the primary reason for going down the path of offshoring, the actual savings achieved have oftentimes been well short [...]CaptiveAide Blog
CaptiveAide Blog Services Most Suited for Captive Offshoring to IndiaH. Narayana Swamy Partner and Director, CaptiveAide Believe it or not, technology outsourcing to India began with a captive center back in 1985. When Texas Instruments set up its development center in Bangalore, little did anyone know that it was the first step that would disrupt the way business would be done - forever! Several [...]CaptiveAide Blog
CaptiveAide Blog To Outsource or Go Captive - that is the QuestionH. Narayana Swamy Partner and Director, CaptiveAide Those who do not know this would be surprised to hear that there are over 750 companies (Source NASSCOM) that have set up their own IT and/or shared services operations in India over the last decade or so employing in excess of 500,000 professionals. The fact of the [...]CaptiveAide Blog
CaptiveAide Blog Infrastructure Is Not A Setback AnymoreH. Narayana Swamy Partner and Director, CaptiveAide Let me be the first to acknowledge this: the support infrastructure in India isn't always great. I will even admit that in smaller cities and towns, infrastructure may not be that good. But before you turn away, know that the new government is committed to making India a [...]CaptiveAide Blog
CaptiveAide Blog Retaining Top Talent in Your Offshore CaptiveSuma Subramanian Partner and Director, CaptiveAide So you have set up your captive center and think all the hard work is done - all the compliance issues, infrastructure, hiring the people you want, vendors are on board, your transitions have begun. But, how do you keep your people? The crucial factor for the center to [...]CaptiveAide Blog
CaptiveAide Blog A “HIRE” Balancing RopeSuma Subramanian Partner and Director, CaptiveAide After months of work sorting the legal and infrastructure areas of your captive entity in India, the least problematic ought to be that of hiring staff, right? After all, the industry has been around for a long time and there are experienced professionals available for hire as are 2.5 [&#8230;]CaptiveAide Blog

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CaptiveAide Summary Information

CaptiveAide provides enterprise risk management consulting and services for businesses. CaptiveAide was founded in 2013. CaptiveAide's Co-Founder, H. Narayana Swamy, currently has an approval rating of 64%.

CaptiveAide's Co-Founder, H. Narayana Swamy, currently has an approval rating of 64%. CaptiveAide's primary competitors are  PwC McKinsey & Company KPMG International Cooperative.

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