N.S. Raghavan

Engineer, Billionaire and

Co-founder of Infosys Technologies

Mr. N S Raghavan

Mr. N S Raghavan brings more than 25 years of entrepreneurial and management experience to the team. In 1981, Mr. Raghavan co-founded software major Infosys Technologies (Infy), which currently has revenues in excess of $ 550 Million. Mr Raghavan is currently a Board Member of ABB and non executive Director in the Murugappa Corporate Board besides being the founding chairman of N.S.Raghavan Center for Entrepreneurial Learning, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore and founder trustee of Foundation for Action, Motivation & Empowerment, an Indian NGO focused on mentally challenged. Mr Raghavan is also the first trustee of Viksit Bharat Foundation headed by Dr Kurien.

REACH Technologies is an emerging leader offering software products and services to the global apparel industry.

Our solutions add significant and sustainably leveragable advantages to client organizations that enable them effectively navigate today’s turbulent marketplace. Built using best-of-breed technology platforms our solutions are open, robust, scalable and support databases, applications, operating systems, and hardware from all major vendors. Whether you are an apparel or textile giant, an independent designer, or any size company in between, our solutions will enable you to cut costs, increase revenue, enhance quality, retain customers, analyze your business to anticipate opportunities and manage a real-time extended enterprise.

As the USD 300 billion global apparel industry strives for faster response in a market that is demanding better choice, higher quality and greater style, REACH Technologies - with its understanding of the complex issues concerning the emerging needs of the industry, of technologies and of markets - stand poised for global leadership.

Investor

Nadathur Holdings & Investments, a private equity fund promoted by Mr. Nadathur S. Raghavan.

Mr. N.S. Raghavan has more than 25 years of entrepreneurial and management experience. In 1981, he co-founded software major Infosys Technologies (NASDAQ: INFY), which currently has revenues in excess of US$ 700 Million and has consistently been ranked as the most respected company in India. He was till recently the non-executive chairman of the Murugappa Group of Companies, which has revenues in excess of US$ 1 Billion. Currently he serves as a board member of ABB, Chairman of N.S. Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore and a trustee of Foundation for Action, Motivation and Empowerment, an Indian NGO focused on the mentally challenged.