Life @ MFS

At MFS, we take our work seriously but what is more important is a conducive environment for our people to work in. Comfortable, ergonomically designed office spaces, pleasantly coloured and decored walls and relaxing areas, help our team enhance their capabilities and outputs. A great plus is that our work family, who have been with us over the years, have no intention of migrating.

Take a look at our life at MFS -


When one talks about how society is the prima-facie of one's success and failure, it shows how humanity relies on inter-dependency. The society by large gives us our customers and contributes towards maintaining our resource pool and it is only natural to give back.

Some are privileged and others, not so. How does one bring up the life quotient of these at least to be able to stand confident in the society? That’s where the responsibility of a business entity comes into play – share with the society for you to reap something in return.

Our CEO Amarnath Chowdary laid the flagstone for 'Amardeep Foundation' in May 2016 along with key members Deepthi, Lavanya, Megha. The foundation primarily helps children in need – pushing them towards an education that can help them climb the ladder of social success, and also sponsors valuable campaigns.

Under this wonderful venture, we ensure study materials are provided for schools to give to their students who cannot afford them.


This ongoing sponsorship activities makes us responsible for the communal growth of the nation. We hope one day several other helping hands join us in making this a larger endeavour.



Chase Group Foundation Walk 2014

MFS was a proud sponsor of campaign initiated by Chase Bank – ‘SAVE A MOM’ – aiming at saving the lives of women and children in Africa.


Wings to Fly

A scholarship program initiated by the Equity Group Foundation, Kenya – has been a wonderful opportunity for us to sponsor needy children who are outstanding to take up serious education. We continue our association with this foundation trying to be the wind beneath these children's wings.