Microsoft announced a new global delivery centre, situated in the Indian IT Hub Bangalore, expanding its global consulting and enterprise services operations out of the country. It is the company’s second in the country after setting up a similar facility in Hyderabad.
The Bangalore team will support Microsoft Services in powering business critical and mission critical applications for some of the world’s largest corporations in over 65 countries.
[advt]Microsoft Services global delivery teams here work on leading edge Microsoft products and technologies including Office 365, Windows 7 deployment, Azure and Data Centre Services, among others. These teams deploy future-ready Microsoft solutions and help businesses realise their full potential through the productive use of Microsoft software and services.
Microsoft Consulting Services Business general manager Kristin Johnson said:
“Microsoft Services brings the deepest expertise on Microsoft technologies to help customers plan, deploy and run their IT landscapes. It was with this in mind that Microsoft invested in the centre at Hyderabad six years ago, and today, with a clear idea of growing our presence in India, we are happy to be in Bangalore”.
Microsoft Consulting Services Business’ General Manager Amit Sircar said
“In six short years, Global Delivery (Hyderabad) has been assessed at SEI CMMI Level 5, and we hope to maintain and improve this reputation for excellence with a group of highly motivated people in Bangalore”.