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Zensar opens new facility in Bengaluru

BS Reporter  |  Mumbai/ Pune 

Zensar Technologies, an IT and business process services company, announced the launch of its Bengaluru that is  designed to provide solutions around cloud, and mobility to give customers, access to technical expertise and tailored solutions to meet unique requirements. 

This new facility will deliver solution driven business roles to the company's customers. The office currently has a capacity to host 150 associates . “The Bengaluru centre will be an innovation hub for supporting our global clients in achieving their tactical goals of cost savings, and enhancing long term advantages of increased competitiveness, efficiencies and innovation. The centre will also integrate with other delivery centres to create a global sourcing model that offers flexible solutions," vice chairman and CEO, Zensar Technologies, said.

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Zensar opens new facility in Bengaluru

Zensar Technologies, an IT and business process services company, announced the launch of its Bengaluru development hub that is  designed to provide solutions around cloud, social media and mobility to give customers, access to technical expertise and tailored solutions to meet unique requirements.

Zensar Technologies, an IT and business process services company, announced the launch of its Bengaluru that is  designed to provide solutions around cloud, and mobility to give customers, access to technical expertise and tailored solutions to meet unique requirements. 

This new facility will deliver solution driven business roles to the company's customers. The office currently has a capacity to host 150 associates . “The Bengaluru centre will be an innovation hub for supporting our global clients in achieving their tactical goals of cost savings, and enhancing long term advantages of increased competitiveness, efficiencies and innovation. The centre will also integrate with other delivery centres to create a global sourcing model that offers flexible solutions," vice chairman and CEO, Zensar Technologies, said.

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