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Pacific Operations For Aspplus Solutions

MEDIACOM-RELEASE-INTELLIGROUP, INC

PACIFIC OPERATIONS FOR ASPPLUS SOLUTIONS FOCUS ON ESTABLISHING ASPPLUS SOLUTIONS BRAND AND GROWING HOSTING AND APPLICATIONS MANAGEMENT BUSINESS

TO BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY EDITORS:

EDISON, N.J. and WELLINGTON, New Zealand, Dec. 14 RNewswire- Asianet/ --Intelligroup, Inc. (Nasdaq: ITIG) today announced that James Brodie, currently General Manager, Intelligroup New Zealand, has been appointed as the Managing Director for Intelligroup's Asia Pacific Operations. Based in Wellington, New Zealand, Brodie is responsible for strategy, business development and service delivery for all Intelligroup ASPplus Solutions businesses for Asia Pacific. Brodie will direct Intelligroup's operations in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore and the Philippines.

This move is part of Intelligroup's global repositioning around the ASPplus Solutions e-commerce and enterprise solution space. Brodie will focus on growing Intelligroup's ASPplus Solutions hosting and applications management business in the Asia Pacific region. "Jim Brodie has proven to be a dynamic and capable leader, energizing his team and firmly establishing Intelligroup as one of New Zealand's leading enterprise and e-commerce solutions companies," said Arjun Valluri, Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Intelligroup. "He's now stepping onto the broader Asia Pacific stage and, as a key member of our global management team, has the charter to establish the ASPplus Solutions brand and aggressively pursue new hosting and application management business throughout the region."

Brodie, an IT industry veteran with over 12 years experience in senior management and business development roles with companies such as IBM, joined Intelligroup in 1997. During his tenure as General Manager for Intelligroup New Zealand, he has established the Company as one of that country's leading enterprise and e-commerce consulting firms.

"Clients want solutions to fit their needs and not vice-versa," said Brodie. "In the past year, Intelligroup Asia Pacific has won and retained clients, based on our core propositions -- flexibility, responsiveness, quality and value for money. Our ASPplus Solutions portfolio of e-commerce and enterprise solutions hosting, application management and support offerings provides us with a unique differentiator. The Asia Pacific market, like the US and Europe, is demanding customized solutions, but with a 'mass commodity' mind-set. Our global resourcing model allows us to deliver the best of both worlds."

About Intelligroup

Intelligroup, Inc. is a global applications solutions provider that helps its clients improve their business performance by hosting and supporting innovative, customized e-commerce and enterprise solutions, through its portfolio of ASPplus Solutions offerings. Intelligroup solutions break down barriers across clients' organizations, sharing information with their customers, suppliers, partners and employees alike, building relationships within and among these constituencies, increasing sales, cutting cycle times, improving service and reducing costs.

Intelligroup provides a continuum of ASPplus Solutions services throughout the client's e-commerce and enterprise solutions life cycle. ASPplus Solutions offerings include strategy, design, hosting, application management and the unique myADVISOR(SM) support offering. Intelligroup has been publicly traded on the Nasdaq National Market (ticker ITIG) since September 1996. Visit Intelligroup on the Internet at http://www.intelligroup.com.

Safe Harbor 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.

Intelligroup and the Intelligroup logo are registered trademarks and "Creating the Intelligent Enterprise," 4Sight, 4Sight Plus, ASPplus and myADVISOR are service marks of Intelligroup in the United States and other countries.

ENDS....

MEDIA RELEASE FROM INTELLIGROUP, INC.

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