Hewlett-Packard opens state-of-art facility in Chennai

DQC Bureau
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HP launched the new facility for its Global Delivery center in Chennai,

India. This state-of-art facility is located at the Olympia Technology Park,

Guindy. The unique e-Launch took place at the prestigious Connect 2006 event in

Chennai at the hands of Kalaignar M Karunanidhi, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.

Also present was Dayanidhi Maran Union Minister for Communications and IT,

Government of India.

This facility will add a new dimension to HP's Global Delivery of Services.

Highly skilled technical professionals, mature software processes and world

class project management skills help it deliver cutting edge solutions to HP's

global customers.

The Chennai center will play an important role in contributing to HP India's

growth strategy. The company is all set to tap the enormous talent pool the

state offers. The delivery center will focus on key outsourcing engagements

covering all aspects of IT and IT enabled services including Application

Services, BPO Services, ITO, etc.


Speaking on the new facility launch, Som Mittal, President and CEO of

Hewlett-Packard Globalsoft and WW Head of Application Services Delivery

Organization said- "Setting up an HP facility in Chennai is a confluence of

synergy and purpose. Chennai is well known for its good infrastructure,

best-in-class talent and work ethos and the state houses some of the country's

best educational institutions."

HP India was established in 1988, India is one of the largest and most

diverse sites for HP outside of the US. The company's 25000 employees are spread

over 15 locations. Based on domestic revenue, HP India is ranked the Number One

MNC in the country (Source: DataQuest 2006) and is also the country's leading

MNC Brand <2005 PC Quest Users Choice Survey>