US-based IT player Fulcrum Worldwide is setting up a new software delivery and operations centre at Hinjewadi Phase III in January.

The company has a centre at Pune that has a capacity of 450 seats, Rajesh Sinha, CEO, Fulcrum Worldwide, said.

“The new centre will have a capacity of 2,000 people. We have planned an investment of $30 million over the next five years,” Sinha said.

The company’s target market primarily remains US, UK/EU & APAC, but will soon expand to other markets including South Africa and West Asia, he added.

Fulcrum’s new knowledge campus will roll out new SaaS products powered by Cloud for customers in the higher education, insurance and healthcare verticals.

Apart from Pune, Fulcrum has a centre in Mumbai which has 100 employees and caters to high-level product engineering architecture for local customers.

Dhana Kumarasamy, (COO & EVP-Global Delivery), said: “In the next two years, we expect to increase the employees from the current global strength of 700 to over 1,500 employees. Fulcrum is already planning for additional land procurement within the Hinjewadi Phase III-IT Park, Pune.”

(This article was published on December 21, 2012)
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