HTC Global Services inaugurates new facility in Chennai
HTC Global Services, an IT solutions and BPO provider, inaugurated their facility named HTC Towers today at Guindy. The facility was inaugurated by Dan Saint-Rossy, consul for public affairs, US consulate Chennai, in the presence of Joginder Singh, chairman, AMCHAM-Chennai, Aubrey Daniels, regional director, AMCHAM -Tamil Nadu, Madhava Reddy, founder president and CEO, HTC Global Services, HTC’s employees and clients.
“This is a very important milestone for us to establish a scalable infrastructure in Chennai which allows us to harness the incredible talent available here,” noted Reddy.
This facility in Chennai spans nearly 140,000 sq ft and can accommodate 1500 employees, it informed. Recently, the company also acquired a facility of 110,000 sq ft to house 1200 employees in Hyderabad.
Reddy furthered that, the company has invested over 300 crores in India in the recent past to expand its current facilities in MEPZ, and acquiring facilities in Chennai and Hyderabad. “HTC plans to recruit 3000 in the next fiscal year to serve its increasing business. In addition, HTC invested in training facilities at its head quarters in Troy, Michigan to develop talent within the US,” he concluded.
- Trend Micro advances cloud security optimized for AWS
- Data security remains a top concern for cloud adopters
- Cloud-based collaboration leads to higher business performance
- Asia Pacific led global SCM market growth
- PC sales rise in India despite weak global demand
- Indian organisations are secretive about security leaks
- Indian organizations are secretive about security leaks
- Big Data spending to drive SDM market growth
- Engagement will become a key differentiator for businesses in 2013
- Need for greater alignment between IT and business