About Ashok Bagdy

Ashok BagdyCurrently a resident of Tampa, Florida, Ashok Bagdy is originally from India, where he lived for the better part of two decades. Today, he operates as Vice President of Outsourcing Services for Cameo Corporate Services Limited, a company with special services in business process outsourcing that is headquartered in Chennai, India with over 45 offices across India. Working at the firm’s only U.S. location, Ashok Bagdy is credited with establishing the company’s entire American client base and continues to groom these existing and emerging relationships with clients. In his role, he manages a staff of over 350 people and has worked to reduce employee turnover by roughly 50 percent. Working with cross business synergies, Ashok Bagdy applied the concept of Indian question-and-answer sessions, editing the U.S. MT work.

While living in India in his earlier years, Ashok Bagdy earned a Bachelor of Commerce from Madras University and then went on to obtain a Master in Business Administration from Bharathiar University. About two years later, Mr. Bagdy moved to the United States and became a student of Pennsylvania’s Temple University where he obtained a Master of Science in Computer and Information Science in 1994.

Staying connected to his native roots, Mr. Bagdy maintains affiliation with a few Indian organizations like the Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation. He also engages with the Indian community in Tampa by volunteering at an array of Hindu temple functions. In his free time, Ashok Bagdy enjoys traveling with his family, camping, swimming, keeping fit, and playing ping pong.


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