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ABB opens global business service center in Bangalore

When fully established in 2017, the center is expected to employ over 1,000 people

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BS B2B Bureau  |  Bangalore 

ABB, a leading global technology company in power and automation, opened its global business service (GBS) center in Bangalore yesterday to fuel growth and future opportunities in the country. When fully established in 2017, the center is expected to employ over 1,000 people. The new center, a continuation of ABB group’s consistent investments in the country, will be a part of its wholly owned subsidiary entity. It is also integral to ABB’s Next Level strategy and marks an important step towards building a state-of-the-art business service organisation. “The opening of the ...

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