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Basu Ghosh
Founder and CEO
Basu's Indian HomeStyle
Omnikron Systems, Inc.

Basu's HomeStyle Indian Cuisine is a labor of love for Basu Ghosh. Basu is a software engineer by training. Earned his MS in Computer Science from UCLA in 1979 and has owned and operated a successful software consulting company, Omnikron Systems for the past 25 years. About a year and a half back Basu and his son Robin started Basu’s HomeStyle. What follows is Basu’s story in his own words:

My family is from the state of West Bengal, in the eastern part of India. Bengali home-cooking is among the finest cuisines in the world. Rich in aromatic spices, a unique blend of savory and sweet flavors combine with meat, chicken, seafood and our unique rice to produce a meal that is tantalizing, spicy and completely memorable. This is the way my mother and family served it in our home in India. When I moved to America, I brought with me this gift of a special home-cooked recipe, that has been developed and perfected over the years, and is now ready to be shared with you.Basu's HomeStyle Indian Cuisine



Before founding Omnikron Systems, Inc., Basu managed the implementation of the enterprise-wide retail banking application for First Interstate Bank. His career includes training and development of large-scale transaction processing systems for organizations such as Wells Fargo Bank (formerly First Interstate Bank), Federal Express, American Savings Bank, IBM Canada, Bank of America, VISA, Citicorp, British Airways, EDS, US AIR, Hyatt Hotels, Marriott Hotels, American Express, United Airlines and many more.

Basu has more than 20 years of experience in all facets of software design and implementation of enterprise-wide applications.

Basu is an internationally known and respected expert on IBM's Transaction Processing Facility. He has given seminars in Asia, Europe, and North America on a variety of applications-development topics, ranging from S/370 assembly language programming to front-end tools for the client-server environment.

Basu holds an M.S. (1978) in Computer Science from UCLA. He received his BS (1968) and MS (1970) in Applied Geology from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, and MA (1973) in Geology from Boston University.

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