Unisys opens new office in Bengaluru, India
Jun 14, 2017: IT solutions provider Unisys Corporation has expanded its presence in India by opening a new office in Bengaluru. Unisys has relocated one of its two facilities in Whitefield, Bengaluru, to occupy space in the RGA Tech Park, on Sarjapur Road, with state-of-the-art amenities and capacity for 2,400 people.
The new office in RGA Tech Park supplements the remaining office locations on Residency Road and Whitefield in Bengaluru as well as the Unisys facility in Hyderabad.
Unisys India plays a significant role in global solution development and service delivery for Unisys, and this move enables the company to meet expanding business requirements.
Unisys began its operations in India in 2004 with 32 associates and now employs approximately 5,000 people – nearly a quarter of the company’s global workforce.
“Over the last 13 years, Unisys India has grown to play a significant role in our global business. We have established Centers of Excellence (COE) in new and emerging technologies and we continually encourage and nurture innovation and talent among our team. In addition, our teams have been responsible for nearly a quarter of the global patents filed by Unisys. The new office space will increase our delivery capabilities as we continue to grow and innovate,” said Ravikumar Sreedharan, head of Global Delivery Network and managing director, Unisys India.
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