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Fujitsu sets up $10-m centre in Noida

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Pumping in more investments: Mr John T. Rose (right), President & CEO, Fujitsu Consulting, and Mr Ron Mitchell, Executive Vice-President, at a press conference in the Capital on Monday. —
Pumping in more investments: Mr John T. Rose (right), President & CEO, Fujitsu Consulting, and Mr Ron Mitchell, Executive Vice-President, at a press conference in the Capital on Monday. —

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New Delhi, Oct. 8 IT and communication solutions company, Fujitsu Consulting India Ltd, has announced setting up an offshore development centre in Noida at an investment of $10 million with a capacity to house 1,200 employees.

This would be the fourth centre of Fujitsu in India after Pune, Delhi and Bangalore. Further, it also plans to add one more centre in the next one year, said the company in a statement. The new centre would enable the company to support software application development and sales and service to cater to markets in the US, Europe, Japan and other countries in Asia Pacific.

(This article was published in the Business Line print edition dated October 9, 2007)
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