figure of USD 120 million six-seven years ago and we have come a long way now. We don't make forward looking statements, but you can look at the pace of our growth.
"It may not be possible to maintain the same momentum because economic conditions have changed, but nonetheless we will put a fair amount of efforts," Nayyar said.
When asked about his outlook for the IT sector vis-a-vis the global scenario and domestic macroeconomic trends, Nayyar said: "It is difficult to forecast the business. However, the economic stability is now much better. The US has started to grow and the sense of crisis in Europe has disappeared, thanks to actions taken by various governments and central banks.
"The impact of these developments may not be so much in 2013, but we should see better times in 2014, as we are hoping to see a greater amount of stability in both these continents, unless some other crisis comes up.
"Except for unseen circumstances, we are hoping that the things would be better."
On domestic front, he said, some problems are still continuing.
"There have been some amelioration, but will there be a follow through to it, that is a question mark. Still, we are hoping that the things would be better," Nayyar said.
His colleague and Mahindra Satyam CEO C P Gurnani, who was part of the Mahindra group's leadership team present at Davos, said that the mood is hesitant today and the IT companies need to be realistic in their response to the market.
"We have to plan a strategy that is not 'one size fits all' and, therefore, Mahindra Satyam strategy is different for different regions - be it Australia-New Zealand, China, India, Mid-East, Africa or Europe," Gurnani said.
"The main point is that it is better to be realistic. There may be a hesitant mood, but there are also reasons to believe that there are opportunities everywhere and there should be a strategy fit for each of these opportunities," he said.