T-Systems International and T Systems India have partnered with Tech Mahindra. At Tech Mahindra’s unit in the Mihan-SEZ, a new center that emerges from the arrangement will be established.
Tech Mahindra will initially employ 500 people and operate according to a build, operate, and transport (BoT) strategy. The new workers would be situated in Nagpur and work for T-Systems’ clients. According to a note given to TOI, they would be employed for positions in Java, AWS cloud, cloud engineering, and artificial intelligence. Eventually, T Systems, which plans to expand its headcount by 6,000 over the next two years under the BOT model, would also absorb the recruits.
As part of the partnership, Tech Mahindra will build a specialized team to deliver technology solutions, enabling T-Systems to scale its workforce. According to a note, the company’s access to talent from Tier II locations would help in the development of flexible capacity for T-Systems’ requirements.
Mr. Adel Al-Saleh, CEO of T-Systems International, said, “The partnership with Tech Mahindra and the expansion into Nagpur will benefit T-Systems’ strategy to scale in India to support our growth plans. With our strong software solutions and our global delivery centers, we will continue to push towards our target of being theleader in our select markets by building an integrated portfolio of scalable Digital & Cloud services.”
CP Gurnani, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Tech Mahindra, said, “Ease of Doing Business (EODB), availability of manpower, and access to infrastructure has accelerated Nagpur’s potential to become the next digital hub for cutting-edge innovation. The new Cloud and Digital Services Centre in Nagpur today marks another milestone in our long-standing partnership with T-Systems and will enable them to expand their digital foothold, unlock new business opportunities, and help enhance global customer experience & solution delivery. This will further help generate employment for local talent and provide them with opportunities to learn and grow with a global team.”
As of 2021, T Systems had about 28,000 people and a 4 billion euros annual revenue. According to the note, its core industries, for which it produces industry-specific solutions, include transportation, healthcare, and the automotive industries. The company has its headquarters in Europe. The first investor in Mihan-SEZ was Tech Mahindra, formerly known as Satyam.