iTOPS for Business Outcomes

iGATE expands Hyderabad Operations

Extends ERP Centre of Excellence (CoE) to new verticals

Hyderabad, India - February 18, 2009 - iGATE (NASDAQ: iGTE), the Integrated
Technology and Operations (iTOPS) company announces the expansion of its global
delivery facility in Hyderabad. In addition to the existing 60,000 sq. ft facility which
accommodates 500 employees, iGATE has added a new 66,000 sq. ft facility in the
Special Economic Zone at Hi-Tech City, Gachibowli. The facility has a capacity to seat
over 500 employees. Morteza Mahjour, Executive Vice President and Head of
Applications of RBC Financial Group, a strategic client of iGATE inaugurated the

iGATE also announced scaling its existing ERP Centre of Excellence (CoE) in its
Hyderabad facility to cover Manufacturing & Logistics and Banking verticals.

‘We continue to create vertical solutions and align with our customers’ business.
We are excited about expanding our Hyderabad footprint to include Manufacturing & Logistics and Banking verticals building on our success in ERP” said Sean Narayanan, Chief Delivery Officer, iGATE. “Our Hyderabad center will continue to offer service innovation and excellence to many top clients.”

Besides Hyderabad, iGATE has global delivery facilities in Bangalore, Chennai, and
Noida in India, Ballarat in Australia, Cyberjaya in Malaysia and Guadalajara in Mexcio.
iGATE Corporation registered revenues of $ 218.8 million in 2008 and ended the year
with over 6600 employees.

About iGATE
iGATE (NASDAQ:IGTE) is the first outsourcing solutions provider to offer a business outcome based pricing model through a fully integrated technology and operations (iTOPS) structure with global service delivery. iGATE works with clients to optimize their businesses, secure substantial and sustainable year -on -year cost benefits, tie costs to business needs and results. iGATE provides IT consulting; application development and maintenance; data warehousing; business intelligence solutions; ERP/ enterprise solutions; BPO/business service provisioning; infrastructure management; independent verification and validation; KPO and contact center services. The company has been assessed at CMMI Level 5, follows Six Sigma methodologies
and is COBIT, ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certified, ensuring the highest levels of quality and data security. iGATE has presences in 12 countries and manages global delivery centers in Mexico, Australia, Malaysia and India. iGATE is rated as a leading employer in India. For more information, please visit

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