"We are delighted with the traction in the IM managed services business and are also getting wins in new areas like end-user experience management. The deal in enterprise applications and infrastructure management is strong and we look forward to a good year in 2015-16," Ganesh Natarajan, the company's vice chairman and chief executive officer (CEO), said in a statement.

The company has signed several new deals in infrastructure management including a remote infrastructure management services deal towards enhanced end-user experience management for USD 3 billion financial services firm, which provides credit ratings and research covering debt instruments and securities.

Other deals include services for a significant managed services deal including monitoring and support for storage and backup and network support for a US-based life science tools and molecular diagnostic products company.

The latest deal is a multi-year managed services deal for security for an international digital security company providing software applications, secure personal devices such as smart cards and tokens, and managed services.

The company has also been the vendor of choice for one of the world's leading organisations on digital security for end-to-end network and database security; a significant deal with a large scale retailer which specialises exclusively in the development and operation of high-end outlet shopping villages across Europe for end-to- end infrastructure management services.

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