Bahwan CyberTek to shifts headquarters to Chennai
Mar 6, 2007 - 4:02:37 PM
Chennai, March 6 - Bahwan CyberTek Pvt Ltd, a $45 million Oman-based global provider of hybrid technology solutions, has announced shifting its headquarters to the city to ramp up its operations in India.
The company Tuesday said here it has restructured its business operations in India, which will now be brought under N.P. Menon, chief operating officer, who will directly report to the CEO of the BCT Group.
All global development, business process outsourcing - and training operations will be consolidated at its new 180,000 sq ft facility on the IT corridor here, it said.
'We are pleased that India, which has been at the centre of our strategy and growth, is now the company's flagship arm,' said Durga Prasad, chief executive officer of the BCT Group here.
'The move allows us to leverage the high quality talent available here to effectively support our global delivery model. It also positions us well to tap into growing market demand for many of our Cuecent range of products here in India.'
'India will witness all round growth - from significant ramping up of development presence, expansion of our sales footprint in India to increased thrust in the research and development - centre for the Cuecent product division located here', added Menon, designated head of the consolidated Indian operations.
'The goal is to make India among the largest market for our products, besides being BCT's development and R&D hub,' he said.
Set up in 1999, Bahwan CyberTek Pvt. Ltd. is a global provider of hybrid technology solutions.
Its marquee clientele include Cadence, AdOne, Capital One, Captura, Xpedior, Shell, GE Capital, JP Morgan Chase, Charles Schwab, National bank of Oman & Emirates bank.
BCT has regional presence in Mumbai and Bangalore in India apart from Oman, UAE and the US.
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