|By PR Newswire||
|February 27, 2014 03:12 AM EST||
MUMBAI, SIVAGANGA, India and DALLAS, February 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Aegis Limited, a global outsourcing and technology services company, today officially inaugurated its newest center in Sivaganga in Tamil Nadu, India. This experience center was inaugurated by the honorable Union Finance Minister - Shri. P. Chidambaram, in the presence of Essar officials.
Shri P. Chidambaram, Union Finance Minister, who is also the elected Member of Parliament of Sivaganga, said "I am very happy to welcome Aegis to Sivaganga, which has a large educated population and good infrastructure. Aegis is playing a pioneering role to make Sivaganga an attractive IT / ITES destination for leading domestic companies and also help drive growth by investing in talented youth of Tamil Nadu. I offer them all the support and wish them all the best for this center."
The center will have an initial capacity of 250 seats, which translates into 500 direct white collared jobs and is expected to additionally generate three to four times indirect employment. This expansion marks the 2nd center in Tamil Nadu after Chennai. The Sivaganga center will serve local, regional and well as national clients. Aegis has thrown open the center in record 10 months since laying the foundation stone in April 2013.
"Aegis has always been a front runner in exploring the benefits of impact sourcing by having delivery centers in tier 2 and tier 3 locations of our country. This model offers tangible and intangible benefits to support the thriving domestic market, which requires mainstream BPMs to be more cost effective, provide diversity of locations, skills and capabilities. Aegis Sivaganga will reinforce this strategy of ensuring the local communities are included in the work force by inclusive practices," said Sandip Sen, Global CEO, Aegis Limited.
Aegis facility in Sivaganga is the first building in the city custom-built entirely for an outsourcing company. Aegis Sivaganga is spread across one acre of land, will have modern and world-class facilities such as air conditioned work environment with cafeteria, recreation, and training center.
Sudhir Agarwal, President, Global M&A and Strategy, Aegis Limited, said "We are thankful to the honorable minister and district officials for the support we have received in setting up the center. At Sivaganga, we are very happy to be enabling local youth in fulfilling their career aspirations, who would now have an opportunity to work with a multinational organization in their own home town. Aegis has been steadily expanding its footprint in Indian BPO market and the launch of this facility strengthens our footprint in southern India. "
As part of its Aegis Elite initiative, Aegis launched its delivery centre in Chhindwada, Madhya Pradesh, and has scaled up operations to over 700 people in less than one year. Similarly in Srinagar, it has scaled up to 500 people. Jamshedpur center, which was launched in 2008, today is about 3,000 people strong. These centers are expected to stem migration and also encourage reverse migration, as talented local people who may have moved to other cities for jobs, will now have an opportunity to fulfill their career aspiration in their own hometown.
Aegis is a global outsourcing and technology company committed to impacting clients' business outcomes by focusing on enhancing customer experience across all touch points and channels. Aegis was founded 30 years ago in the US and now has operations in 56 locations across 13 countries with more than 55,000 employees. Aegis services over 300 clients from verticals such as Banking and Financial Services, Insurance, Technology, Telecom, Healthcare, Travel & Hospitality, Consumer Goods, Retail, and Energy & Utilities. The company is wholly owned by Essar, a USD 27 billion conglomerate. For more information write to us at [email protected] or visit http://www.aegisglobal.com.
Danveer Bhasin, Associate Vice President, Marketing
Phone: +91 99301 35788
Email: [email protected]
Aegis (North America)
Kevin Nolan, Head of Marketing (Americas)
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