Anurag Jain is chairman of Access Healthcare.
Jain owns and serves as chairman of Access Healthcare, an outsourcer of healthcare information technology and business process related work. He acquired Access in 2012 with 200 people and has grown it to over 5500 people in less than four years. Jain is managing partner of Perot Jain LP, a private investment organization providing early-stage capital and access to an extensive network of business expertise to commercialize transformative technology and business process solutions and services in high growth industries. Previously Jain founded Laurus Edutech, one of India’s leading vocational training companies which trains over 100,000 students in India in more than 200 locations. He is also vice chairman of Silent Circle, a global private communications service.
From 2003 to 2011, Jain served as a President at Perot Systems Corporation, and subsequently at Dell Services, following the company’s acquisition by Dell, Inc. in 2009. He led the Services Delivery unit, a global team of more than 18,000 professionals who deliver leading edge technology solutions to Dell customers around the world. The Services Delivery unit includes Dell’s technology service functions of Infrastructure Outsourcing and Managed Technology Services, Applications, and Business Process Solutions. The organization also includes Dell’s Innovation group, which was pioneering technology advancements in areas such as Cloud Computing, Mobility, Virtual Data Services, Technology Delivery and Optimization, and others. Jain previously led the Perot Systems (now Dell) Applications, Business Process Solutions, Financial Services and Insurance organizations, where he directed global operations and sales to enhance growth and business results. He also served as managing director of the company’s Asia Pacific region.
Before joining Perot Systems, Jain founded three highly successful, large-scale, India-based IT services outsourcing businesses. He co-founded and served as head of operations for Brigade Corporation, a customer support company with employees in centers across the U.S., Europe and India. He then founded Vision Healthsource, a business focused on providing IT services outsourcing to healthcare providers and payers, which was acquired by Perot Systems in 2003. He also co-founded a successful finance and accounting outsourcing business, IQ Backoffice, which was acquired by Phillippines-based LiveIT (part of Ayala Corporation) in 2011.
Additionally, Jain co-owns Asia Engineering, one of India’s leading commercial, industrial civil engineering firms for the last 50 years. Jain holds an MBA from the University of Michigan and a bachelor of science degree in electronics and electrical engineering from the Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences, Pilani, India. He and his wife of 15 years, Gunjan, have two daughters, Ananya (9) and Aashna (5). Jain serves on the boards of the North Texas Food Bank and the World Affairs Council of DFW. He helped found and served on the board of the National Skills Development Corporation, a first-of-its-kind public-private partnership in India.