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Director Of Global IT Consulting Company Appointed

30 July 2002


New Zealander Appointed Director Of Global IT Consulting Company

Alick Wilson elected to board of Intelligroup Inc (Nasdaq: ITIG).

Intelligroup New Zealand Limited today announced that Wellingtonian Alick Wilson has been elected to the board of directors of its parent company, Intelligroup, Inc.

Intelligroup New Zealand’s Wellington office is regional headquarters for Intelligroup in Asia Pacific which last year earned some NZ$20 million from offices in New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Singapore & Hong Kong.

Intelligroup, Inc is a leading global technology solutions and services provider headquartered in New Jersey USA. Globally, the company has over 1,200 employees in nine countries, responsible for annual turnover in the 2001/2002 financial year in excess of US$100 million.

Jim Brodie, Intelligroup’s Regional Director Asia Pacific said, “We are pleased that Intelligroup’s shareholders have recognised that a New Zealander brings a perspective that can make a significant contribution to the governance of a global enterprise.”

Mr Wilson is an independent management and IT consultant. He is a member of the Technology New Zealand Reference Group and the Wellington Innovation Greenhouse Incubator Management Group, the Institute of Directors and the New Zealand Computer Society.

About Intelligroup

Intelligroup Inc. has operations in the Americas, UK, Sweden, Denmark, India, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Indonesia. Intelligroup has been quoted on the Nasdaq National Market (ticker: ITIG) since September 1996.

Intelligroup focuses on “creating the intelligent enterprise” - a fully integrated, industry-specific environment in which back-end internal systems, business processes and customer-facing market activities operate flawlessly. This environment enables real-time enterprise computing through the development, implementation and support of integrated industry-specific enterprise, e-commerce and m-commerce software applications.

Intelligroup draws on a high-quality onsite/offshore delivery model and comprehensive suite of tools to provide customers with a faster time-to-market and lower total cost of ownership of mission-critical applications. The offshore facilities of Intelligroup are assessed at SEI/SW-CMM Level 5 and ISO 9001 certified.

Visit Intelligroup on the Internet at www.intelligroup.co.nz or www.intelligroup.com


Safe Harbour Statement

Certain statements contained herein, including statements regarding the development of services and markets and future demand for services and other statements regarding matters that are not historical facts, are forward-looking statements (as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995). Such forward-looking statements include risks and uncertainties; consequently, actual results may differ materially from those expressed or implied thereby. Certain of such risks and uncertainties are set forth in Intelligroup's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.


Intelligroup and the Intelligroup logo are registered trademarks and 'Creating the Intelligent Enterprise', 4Sight, 4Sight Plus, ASPPlusSM, myADVISOR, ASPPlusSM Power Upgrade Services and Uptimizer are service marks of Intelligroup in the U.S. and other countries. All other trademarks and company names mentioned are the property of their respective owners.

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