TechM opens third delivery centre in Germany

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Indian technology solutions provider Tech Mahindra has set up its third near shore delivery centre in Germany, it said on Thursday. The company already had 26 offices in Europe.

The new centre at Düsseldorf, which has a capacity of around 50 seats, would help the company bring network efficiency in delivering to customers, especially to key customers in the Nordrhein-Westfalen (NRW) region. It has in place a German recruitment, HR (human resources) and an accounts team. Last year they had opened centres at Den Haag and Brussels.

Tech Mahindra also hopes to further ramp-up presence in the region significantly within the next few months. The centre plans to join hands with local academia to provide work experience to the students.

“The Düsseldorf delivery centre reinforces our commitment to key customers in Germany and will enable us to bridge the cultural and language gap. This delivery centre, in the heart of NRW will also help us attract and retain local talent which is crucial to the next phase of our growth in the region,” Vishaal Gupta, head (telecom) — Europe, Tech Mahindra, said. The information services services provider right now gets around 31 per cent of its revenues from European markets.

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