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Intersoft was established in Tokyo at the start of the millennium by a passionate, driven young CEO named Debashis David Rakhit.
The name INTERSOFT represents a global Japanese/English bilingual software company. This name is derived from the ideal of an international collaboration of capable individuals, utilizing multinational logic, philosophy, and mathematics to create outstanding and unique software. The portion ‘INTER’ represents ‘INTERNATIONAL’, and ‘SOFT’ stands for ‘SOFTWARE’, which gives birth to ‘INTERSOFT’.
Building upon the initial hard work of a few individuals, Intersoft gained greater traction in the Managed Services industry and began to grow internally and globally. By 2010 after just 10 years and starting with one employee in its flagship office in Tokyo, Intersoft now has a number of offices around the world giving it global presence along with a workforce of more than 200 talented, bilingual employees focused primarily in Information technology.
Our new website has been launched.
Intersoft Kolkata team started working on a product development.
Intersoft Hong Kong established and start the operations.
Hawkeye AML/KYC SaaS Version is launched in November
Intersoft India’s second development center is setup in Kolkata in May
Hawkeye AML/KYC v 2.0 launched
Intersoft launches its flagship Hawkeye AML/KYC product v 1.0 for financial risk management
Intersoft Singapore commences business 2005 – Intersoft Taiwan starts operations
Intersoft US offices established in New York City and San Jose, California
Intersoft ‘s first offshore development center established in Bangalore, India
Intersoft Japan established in August, first client engagement started in Jan, 2000
The following is a brief history of the founder and other co-founders of Intersoft
Debashis David Rakhit always wanted to build a company of his own but he did not know how, when and where he would do so. Trained as an engineer, he knew he needed to learn all aspects of business and so he specialized in entrepreneurship while doing his MBA at the University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles. David absorbed as much information as possible, particularly about how big companies work, while he was working at Unisys (California) as a Systems Engineer, as a Derivatives Trader at Citibank (Tokyo), and as Sales at Reuters (Tokyo) as well as Dow Jones Telerate Tokyo (Kyodo News).
David was always an ambitious man, pushing for greater results from himself, reaching for the next levels – in knowledge, education and entertainment. A turning point came when Dow Jones Telerate was sold to Bridge in 1998. David felt a driving need to grow beyond predefined responsibilities offered by the new company that was Bridge, with his ambition leading him to venture out seeking independent opportunities.
By this time, David had gained knowledge as a Systems Engineer, a Trader, and as a Salesperson. He had built a strong sales network in Japan; he also knew that if you are successful in establishing a business in Japan, you can succeed anywhere in the world. So, David established Intersoft K.K. in 1999 and was the first employee. Today, Intersoft K.K. with its headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, has more than 200 employees worldwide and offices in India, Singapore, Taiwan and the United States. The company has established a solid reputation providing services to blue chip companies in the financial, manufacturing and telecom industry.
Intersoft has rich implementation experience with global clients, including Fortune 500 organizations, across multiple business and technology domains and the tremendous level of customer satisfaction is reflected in the high percentage of repeat business.