QXSystems to staff 500 in new facility

By : |March 15, 2005 0

BANGALORE: QXSystems, a provider of high-technology software solutions for the mobile workforce that is independent of location and space, has set up a India engineering center in Chennai with an initial investment of over Rs 10 crore.

The center currently employs over 30 employees and the plans to scale it up to over 500 professionals over the next 15 months. Necessary investments would be aligned with this growth and talent additions, stated a company press release.

Anil Bakshi, CEO, Asia-pacific, said," The India engineering center is just the beginning in an increasingly larger role the country will play as a development resource and as a key market for QXSystems. The workforce is expected to spurt significantly over the next 15 months to employ around 500 professionals. To further reinforce our development needs, we will expand the sub-contractor universe from two companies we work with here currently to possibly more in the immediate future."

The company simultaneously launched WorkACE, a next generation Intranet/Extranet application integrating business process implementation and enterprise knowledge management online.

Johan M Karlstedt, Founder & Chairman, QXSystems said, "The decision to do the first of the global roll-out of the product in India was conscious as we felt that the increasing prevalence of truly global knowledge sector players here presents a significant market opportunity. The decision was made further easier by the fact that, a significant part of the new tool was developed by the team here."

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