The UK-based NGA Human Resources will be expanding its global delivery centre here by adding 100 new employees.

The number of professionals working in the facility would be increased from present 400 to 500 by 2015 which could involve an investment of about half-a-million pounds, its Group Chief Executive Officer Adel Al-Saleh told newspersons here on Tuesday.

NGA HR had invested about Rs 58 crore in Hyderabad since 2005 and was committed to invest more in the days to come, he added.

"Hyderabad is a unique centre for us in view of its focus on technology. It is supporting us in application maintenance and all our own/client and third party capabilities are being built here. It has also has significant testing capabilities,’’ Saleh said.

The next stage of growth for the one billion dollar company would be driven by Indian customers. "Till now, multinational company with Indian operations have been our clients. We will be focussing on companies headquartered in India going forward," he added.

NGA HR has seven global delivery centres including two in India in Hyderabad and Kochi. The Kochi centre, with 1,050 employees now and mainly focuses call-centre related works while Hyderabad facility focus on hi-tech operations.

(This article was published on March 18, 2014)
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