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Computacenter To Double India Workforce With New Bengaluru Office Opening

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Computacenter has opened a new Bengaluru office, which will double its Indian headcount from 1,800 to 3,600 in the next three years.

The UK-based IT solutions provider is committed to expanding its presence in India and addressing the evolving needs of its target market.

CEO Mike Norris said: “This is a Global Capability Centre (GCC) for our business, hosting our internal IT, HR, and finance back office functions. 

“The center is vital for delivering services to our customers across Western Europe and the US, and will also cater to customers seeking services in India.”

The Bengaluru headquarters at Bren Artimus boasts a stylish, energy-efficient, and state-of-the-art 3,300-seat facility. 

Computacenter said the new office will create an inspiring environment for its team to support and innovate for customers.

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Using India's diverse and skilled talent pool, Computacenter aims to drive innovation, service excellence, and customer value. 

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Currently serving around 60 customers from its India base, the company plans to increase this number to approximately 240 shortly, significantly enhancing its service offerings.

This expansion is poised to enhance Computacenter's operational efficiency and ability to meet the dynamic needs of its global customer base. 

Listed on the London Stock Exchange and a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index, Computacenter provides computer services to public and private sector customers worldwide. 

The new Bengaluru office represents a key milestone in the company's growth strategy, further solidifying its position as a global leader in IT services.

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