IBM opens GDC in Noida

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NEW DELHI, INDIA: IBM today inaugurated its new Global Delivery Center in Noida to increase its existing application services portfolio to support a growing global client base.


In the second phase of the expansion IBM will open another center in Noida, which is expected to be operational by mid-2008. Once completed, it will accommodate close to 3000 employees.

"This investment in Noida is a natural step for us to increase service capacity and broader market reach. Having an enhanced presence in NCR will give us the opportunity to attract the required talent in the Northern region," said Rajesh Nambiar, general manager and vice president, Global Delivery, IBM India.

IBM started its National Capital Region (NCR) operations in 1992. In 2007, IBM announced its focus on the SMB market in Uttar Pradesh.