India’s Mahindra has plans to expand operations in KoreaTech Mahindra, an IT affiliate of India’s Mahindra Group, said yesterday that it plans to significantly expand its operations in Korea to become the largest Indian-based system integrator by 2017.
The company, which first set foot in Korea in 2002, said that it will offer an array of solutions and consulting services in various industries, establishing partnerships with local universities, business schools and trade bodies to enable the creation of 300 jobs over the next three years.
The company said localization is the key to achieve this goal and plans to operate as a local Korean company in partnership with a Korean conglomerate. The plan is the latest investment for India’s Mahindra Group, which owns Ssangyong Motor.
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