Australia-based geospatial IT solutions provider We-do-IT has opened its first office in the country here. “We have 13 professionals on the rolls now. We plan to increase the headcount to 60 in about a year,’’ Kalyan Kamepalli, Chief Executive Officer, We-do-IT (India), told newspersons here. Walter Hesse, Global CEO, said a ‘right shoring’ approach facilitating a judicious mix of Australian and Indian professional was being adopted in staffing and recruitment. The company has 100 professionals working for it globally, he added.

Gordon Rich-Phillips, Minister for Technology, Government of Victoria, Australia, said Victoria had ICT business worth $30 billion. “We are looking for export and investment opportunities in India and also welcome Indian firms to invest in Victoria,’’ he said. Wipro and Infosys were already present in Victoria, he added.

(This article was published on March 15, 2013)
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