Even before Michael graduated in 1998 with his degree in Engineering from Bharathidasan University, he was interested in computer networks. He even built and deployed intranet sites within his own college while still at school.
He and fellow entrepreneur Arun Rozario started their first software development firm in 2001. Michael had seen too many start ups fail because of poor project management. He vowed to build a reliable organization that would deliver to clients with consistent communication, transparent processes, and outstanding results.
Michael has been fascinated by the natural world since he was a small child. He is a conservationist at heart – with a special fondness for preserving the habitats of rare and endangered turtles and tortoises. He believes that building efficient software and systems – always based on sound architecture and using as few resources as possible – is both good business and a good way to manage your carbon footprint.