UST Global Opens Delivery Center In Hyderabad, To Hire 1000 People

UST Global has opened a new global delivery center in Hyderabad, Telangana to support its customers in banking, financial and insurance services, healthcare, retail, technology, media, telecom and semiconductor industries. The new center was inaugurated by Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, Principal Secretary to Government of Telangana and is located in Cyber Pearl, Hi-Tech City, Hyderabad.

Besides, the digital technology and services company also announced to add 1000 people to the center by the end of 2019.

“Telangana is well positioned in terms of infrastructure and talent to host organisations focused on digital and high technology like UST Global. We welcome UST Global to Hyderabad and are confident they will do well and find best of the talent here,” said Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, Principal Secretary to Government of Telangana.

Mr. Alexander Varghese, Chief Administrative Officer & Country Head, UST Global, added, “Hyderabad is a key market for us with existing portfolio of clients, vast business opportunities and promising talent. We are very excited to inaugurate and add Hyderabad office to our growing portfolio of delivery centers. We are also looking to hire associates who are aligned to our vision of Transforming Lives using new-age digital technologies. We are grateful to the Government of Telangana for the support and believing in our vision.”

The company’s Hyderabad center will be led by Harilal Neelakantan, Center Head – Hyderabad, UST Global, the company added in the statement.

With regional headquarters in California, Singapore and London, and over 35 offices across the world, UST Global uses its global presence to partner closely with its multinational clients, which includes over 50 Fortune 500 clients. The company’s current global footprint spans USA, India, Mexico, Spain, Denmark, UK, Germany, Poland, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Taiwan, China, and Australia. It has large dedicated Information Technology delivery centers in India, USA, Mexico, Spain, and Philippines.

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