CSC to add 1200 people in Hyderabad

By : |June 24, 2004 0

HYDERABAD: NYSE listed Computer Science Corporation (CSC), has announced its plans of growing its Hyderabad center as one of its two major development centers in the country, other being Noida. Riding on the 75 per cent year-on-year growth of CSC India, the company is stepping up the pace of expansion.

"We are in the process of fitting out the 1,20,000 sq ft facility at Madhapur in Hyderabad," said CSC India, MD, President and CEO, Arun Maheswari. He elaborated that the company would be recruiting at the rate of 100 people every month at Hyderabad. With a total capacity of 1,500 the center is the fifth for CSC after three centers in Noida and one in Indore.

Maheswari also informed that acquisitions-oriented CSC would grow both organically as well as inorganically. CSC so far has 650 companies of all sizes part of its long acquisition history. CSC India also came into existence post an acquisition, recalled Maheswari.

The company intends to ride the wave of IT outsourcing in the next 18 months and several negotiations to the effect are leading its way. "Growth plans in Hyderabad and Noida are linked to these deals many of them in the closing stages and involve a commitment of five and more years," he said. In view of the expected scaling up of business it is quite likely that CSC goes ahead with its plan of another center in Noida in this fiscal itself.

Maheswari has put a core team of two, PS Karthikeyan and MV Sarma in place for Hyderabad center. Karthikeyan is heading the global transformation solutions and Sarma is responsible for global infrastructure services.

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