ISELIN, New Jersey, November 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
iGATE Corporation (NASDAQ: IGTE), the first Integrated Technology and Operations (iTOPS) company providing Business Outcomes-based solutions, today announced its Chief Executive Officer, Ashok Vemuri, and its Chief Financial Officer, Sujit Sircar, will present at the Wells Fargo 2013 Technology, Media & Telecom (TMT) Conference in New York City.
iGATE's presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 2:55 p.m. Eastern Time and will be webcast live on the "Investors" page of the Company's website ( http://www.igate.com). An archive of the presentation will be available for a limited time.About iGATE iGATE Corporation is the first integrated technology and operations (iTOPS) company providing full-spectrum consulting, technology and business process outsourcing, and product and engineering solutions on a Business Outcomes -based model. Armed with over three decades of IT Services experience and powered by the iTOPS platform, iGATE's multi-location global organization has a talent pool of more than 28,000 employees and consistently delivers effective solutions to over 300 companies including Fortune 1000 clients spanning verticals such as: banking and financial services; insurance and healthcare; life sciences; manufacturing, retail, distribution and logistics; media, entertainment, leisure and travel; energy and utilities; public sector; and independent software vendors. Please visit http://www.iGATE.com for more information. iGATE Corporation is listed on NASDAQ under the symbol "IGTE." About Business Outcomes iGATE's industry-first Business Outcomes-based approach focuses on the realization of tangible and measurable results, unlike traditional models which are driven by work, effort, time and manpower. By integrating technology and processes in a proprietary way and pricing services on results, iGATE exchanges fixed costs for a variable cost structure in an attempt to get clients to 'pay for results only' while enabling them to adjust to the peaks and valleys of their demand.