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Mastek (UK) is operating in UK since 1993 as subsidiary of Mestek Limited; provide Global Technology Solutions which mainly focusing on the areas of Insurance, Institution of Government and public sector and other numerous financial sector services.
By application of industrial expertise, broad capabilities and strategic alliances, Mastek (UK) able to offer different kind of integrated portfolios in IT products and related services. These services are including Consulting of IT, Development of Applications, Integrations of systems, Outsourcing management, testing, storing. It also further performing business such as Business Intelligence, Security applications, Modernization of Legacy and Data Migrations. At present company’s employee strength is over 3500 peoples from different nationalities and it operating across the US, Canada, UK, Europe, Asia Pacifica and Middle East. Thus, Mastek operating eight of world class global delivery center in India and Malaysia. A person who took the cultural experience in this organization is working as a software engineer, who transferred from India Mastek to its UK branch.
Nature of the Business Mastek (UK)
Using an established framework, Mastek has over two decades of proven experience in the development and maintenance of large enterprise data warehousing and business intelligence decision support systems. Mastek's data warehousing and business intelligence solutions can help drive a lower total cost of ownership for your enterprise and are backed up by delivery models with stringent quality processes to reduce the risk and improve ROI.

Mastek has unique solutions that not only monitor and display information but also supply the right information at the right time to support decision-making during real-time operations. Our understanding of data warehousing and business…...

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