Mahindra Satyam Merger with Tech Mahindra: Arriving at the Share Exchange Ratio

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Case Code : FINC078
Case Length : 19 pages
Period : 2009-2011
Pub. Date : 2012
Teaching Note : Available
Organization : Mahindra Satyam and Tech Mahindra
Industry : Information technology and telecommunications industry
Countries : India, Global

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Satyam to Mahindra Satyam

Satyam was established in 1987 as a private limited company providing software development and consultancy services. The company was promoted by Ramalinga Raju (Raju) and his brother Rama Raju. Initially, it started operations from Hyderabad in India with 20 employees.

In 1991, the company came up with an Initial Public Offering (IPO) which was oversubscribed by 17 times.

The company grew rapidly after that and expanded its business globally. By 2001, the company had a presence in more than 30 countries and was listed in the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation (NASDAQ) for trading in the year 2001.

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At the end of the financial year 2008, the company recorded revenues of $2.13 billion. Satyam expanded its business into 60 countries and the number of employees reached 51,127.

On the revenue growth and other motivators, Raju had commented then, "It took us 14 years to reach the $ 1 billion mark, and to be able to touch $ 2 billion after merely two years is indeed a tremendous feat. It also brings us much pride that we have been a part of some of our clients' ascent, after it has been reported that two of our customers have achieved run-rates of $ 100 million.

It is developments like these that motivate us to increase our focus on ways the organization can sustain continued growth. This year, our aim is to establish deeper and more valuable partnerships with our customers, which will attract a new wave of business opportunities for us.8"

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8] "Satyam's Revenue Grows by 46 per cent to Reach USD 2.1 billion in FY’08,", April 28, 2008.

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