New Delhi, Feb 4:
Global IT services company HCL Technologies has started a global delivery centre in Texas, US, that will generate 300 jobs and has a space for additional 200 employees, the company said in a statement Wednesday.
Located at 2401 Internet Boulevard, the Frisco (Texas) centre was inaugurated Feb 3 by Mayor of Frisco Maher Maso.
“The opening of the facility will initially bring 300 local jobs to the Frisco community and offers space for an additional future 200 employees,” the statement said.
The Frisco centre complements HCL’s US network of global delivery centres, which created over 1,500 jobs in the US in 2014.
It also reinforces HCL’s differentiated, multi-tiered global delivery model comprising onshore, offshore and near-shore capabilities offering measureable business impact, joint innovation and real-time collaboration with clients worldwide.
HCL’s employees at the centre will be focused on providing next-generation IT services by leveraging innovative business models, advanced technology skills and best practices from HCL’s global partners.
The centre will bring added proximity advantage to HCL’s clients in the South Central region such as Dean Foods, Entergy, Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPSG), EFH, Oncor and other major telecom companies in the Dallas Fort-Worth area among others.
“The new global delivery centre in Frisco will be a strategic asset for our business and will further accelerate our ongoing rapid growth in the US,” said C. Vijay Kumar, corporate vice president, Infrastructure Services Division at HCL.
HCL’s US headquarters is in Sunnyvale, California, with global delivery centres located in Cary town, North Carolina; Redmond, Washington; Jackson, Michigan; Rochester, New York; and now Frisco, Texas.
With more than 9,000 employees across 42 states, HCL’s business in America contributes to over 50 percent of HCL’s global revenues, it added. (IANS)