Infosys eyeing tier-II cities in India


12 Jan 2012
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Infosys eyeing tier-II cities in India

AHEMDABAD: Software giant Infosys is looking to expand footprint in India with focus on Tier-II cities, a top company official said today.

"We are looking for land in various parts of the country and looking to expand our capacity with a focus on Tier-II cities," Infosys CEO and co-founder S D Shibulal told reporters here on the sidelines of an award function.

"This year we added nearly 45,000 to 47,000 people. For the next year we have already given campus offers to 23,000 candidates," he said.

"The net additions by us this year are around 25,000," Shibulal said, referring to attrition.

The company recently sealed a deal with Madhya Pradesh government for setting up a development centre in Indore. It is awaiting response from West Bengal government for setting up a centre in Kolkata. The company is present in 10 cities.

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