Tata Technologies has embarked on a strategic initiative with the opening of its new Global Engineering Centre in Bangalore, Karnataka. This reinforces the company’s commitment to offering manufacturing clients innovative solutions for product development from Bengaluru.
Tata Technologies will hire 400 people by March, 2012 which will take its headcount to over 5,000.
The new centre has been envisioned to cater to the growing Tata Technologies global portfolio of clients in the automotive, aerospace and construction/heavy engineering verticals, engaging high-end engineering talent available in Bengaluru.
Commenting on this significant development, Samir Yajnik, President Global Services & COO Asia Pacific said; “Our Bengaluru team has been meeting product development engineering challenges posed by our global clientele in the automotive, aerospace and heavy engineering industries exceedingly well. The new centre is a natural extension of our growth plans around Bengaluru as a base”
Tata Technologies is one of the first engineering services company in India to offer full-vehicle development capabilities with a robust offshore engineering engagement model to reduce cost and deliver benchmark quality products. Tata Technologies’ revenue has doubled over the past five years and its profits have grown by over 11 times. The company is positioned to meet the product development demands of the industry worldwide.
“While we have been active here for the last few years, we want to significantly ramp-up in Bengaluru keeping in mind the large pool of qualified engineering and IT professionals who prefer living and working in Bengaluru.”; said Gopinath Jayaraj, Tata Technologies’ President, Global Delivery, Tata Technologies.
Tata Technologies, founded in 1989, is a global leader in Engineering Services Outsourcing and Manufacturing Enterprise IT services for the global manufacturing industry. Tata Technologies, through its pragmatic approach to engineering and manufacturing processes, also delivers best-in-class solutions for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) to the world’s leading automotive, aerospace, construction/heavy machinery, industrial and consumer product manufacturers and their global supply chain.
Tata Technologies has reported a revenue of Rs 1,249.30 crore for year ended March 31, 2011.
Tata Technologies serves clients in 25 countries, with a delivery model specifically designed for engineering and IT engagements that offers a unique blend of deep, local expertise integrated with our five global delivery centers, Detroit (USA), Coventry (UK), Pune (India), Stuttgart (Germany), and Bangkok (Thailand). The international headquarters is located in Singapore.
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