Bangalore-headquartered IT major,Mindlance,plans to invest around USD 100 million in India over the next two to three years besides eyeing acquisitions in the infrastructure management space,a senior company official said.
“We plan to invest USD 100 million over the next two to three years,mainly for scaling-up our infrastructure,setting up more offices and delivery centres across the country and ramping-up our headcount,” Mindlance’s CIO and Business Unit Head-IT Infrastructure,Kamal Sharma,said.
Mindlance,a New Jersey-based IT infrastructure service-provider entered the Indian market in 2003 and presently has five sales and delivery centres here – three in Bangalore and one each in Mumbai and Delhi.
“We plan to set up three more at Pune,Hyderabad and Ahmedabad in the next three months,” he said,adding “we also plan to ramp-up our headcount by 450 in the next four months.”
Presently,the company has a staff-strength of 485.
The company will fund its pan-India expansion through internal accruals “as we are a cash-rich company,” he said.
It was also exploring the inorganic growth-route,he said,adding acquisitions in the infrastructure management space were on the company’s radar.
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