Keeping in view the excellent infrastructure available in the city besides government support, we propose to enhance the HDC into a global hub besides increasing the headcount, Mr Prabhala said.
As of now, the Hyderabad centre has about 140 professionals.
Though the company has not decided on the number of fresh recruits, Mr Prabhala said the company is on the lookout for project managers and product managers. The company also has a presence in Bangalore with 60 professionals. It has, so far, invested around Rs 10 crore in developing the development centre in India.
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