BPM Hinduja Global Solutions plans to launch a new delivery center in Mysuru, Karnataka

Bengaluru-based business process management company, Hinduja Global Solutions (HGS), today announced plans to open a new delivery center in Mysuru, Karnataka.

The company plans to hire up to 400 people in the region by October 2022 to scale up operations in the new facility. This development comes as HGS continues to expand its business and reach, in order to enter new markets, as the company indicates in its press release.

The facility, which is located in a prime commercial location on the city’s Outer Ring Road, can accommodate up to 1,000 employees in two shifts, the company said. Initially, the Mysuru center will provide international non-voice operations and back-office services to one US customer, with the possibility of adding other customers later. In its latest announcement, the company also said it would be looking for graduates with good English skills to work at the institution.

“HGS is experiencing significant growth, driven by continued customer confidence and growing business opportunities. Mysuru has already played a key role in the success of HGS when we supported the domestic market and we hope this new center will help us to aggressively expand our global delivery capabilities from India,” said Pushkar Misra, President and CEO-APAC, HGS, while commenting on the development.

“The Mysuru region is full of fantastic talent and we have always found candidates aligned with our needs. In fact, the local talent is the main reason we keep coming back to Mysuru. I’m very excited about our second round in Mysuru,” he added.

HGS, part of the Hinduja Group conglomerate, currently operates in seven countries and employs more than 21,600 people across 38 delivery facilities. In India alone, the company employs over 8,600 people in eight delivery centers located in Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Vizag.

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