Technology consulting and digital solutions company LTIMindtree has expanded its Hyderabad operations by setting up a new digital experience centre.
Inaugurated by the Telangana IT and Industries Minister K T Rama Rao, the one-lakh sq ft facility can accommodate over 1,000 professionals.
LTIMindtree aims to achieve industry-leading growth with merged synergies: Debashis ChatterjeeThe merged entity will be able to have strong partnership status with all the hyper scalers, which will be important for growth going forward, as the IT industry has been highly dependent on the work done with hyper scalers
“The centre will drive research and innovation to help our global clients deliver unique customer experiences,” an LTIMindtree statement said on Friday.
“Equipped with the latest technology and automation capabilities, the centre will enable clients to rapidly envision, prototype and implement disruptive digital solutions,” it said.
LTI-Mindtree merger takes effect; latter to delist from bourses on Nov 24L&T Group Chairman AM Naik noted that the combined entity, LTIMindtree, will likely cross $5 billion in revenues by next year
The company employs over 16,000 in the city and has more than doubled its headcount in the last one year.
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