Mangi, Naween A.
June 2006
Forbes Asia;6/19/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 11, p24
The article presents information on System Innovations or Si3, the Pakistan-based technology company established by Amer Hashmi. The plans and revenue goal of Hashmi for his business are cited, as well as the number of people employed at Si3. Hashmi earned a business degree in York University in Canada and spent the first ten years of his career at MCI Systemhouse and IBM Global Services. Some of the projects of Si3 include automating the baggage-claims system for a major airline in the Middle East and upgrading the computer systems for a supermarket chain in the U.S.


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