Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Fujitsu India announces expansion

Fujitsu Consulting launched its fourth development centre at Noida, just outside the national capital, at an investment of $10 million. It also announced plans to mirror this facility in 12 months.John T. Rose, president and chief executive officer of Fujitsu India, said the company expected a huge demand for offshore development in the country for which it will make strategic acquisitions with a focus on mid-tier firms.

The company had recently acquired OKERE Inc, a New York-based consulting and information technology services company that has operations in India.

“The opening of this office will substantially improve our ability to deliver leading services to clients anywhere in the world,” Rose told reporters here after inaugurating the new office, which can seat 1,200 people.

He said the induction programme and expansion plans - where an additional 10,000 sq. ft. of space will be added over the next 12 months - would focus on employing quality personnel.

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