IBM screwed American information technology workers by opening a Global Delivery Center in Pune (India) to provide its automotive clients worldwide with business consulting and application services.
The Pune center will focus on product lifecycle management, manufacturing productivity, business consulting, human capital management, financial services, technology services, and solutions for small and midsize automotive manufacturers.Â
The new center is IBM Global Services’ fourth site in Pune.
IBM’s Pune center will also addressÂ requirements from the company’s clients in the travel, transportation, chemical, petroleum, energy and utility industries.
IBM plans to expand its workforce in PuneÂ by hiring technology graduates and IT professionals with skills in IT strategy and architecture, business consulting, enterprise solutions (SAP, Siebel, and Oracle), testing, open systems, Portal, and Webmethods.
Besides the business consulting services, IBM’s new Pune center will also provide Language Translation Services to address increasing demand from clients in Europe for non-English language skills.
The Pune center’s Language Translation Services Center is to offer a full scope of quality language translation services for clients and professionals at other IBM global delivery centers. This includes assisting with document translationsÂ such as e-mails, web pages, and contracts from French, German, Italian and Spanish to English.
More LTSC sites are to open at other global delivery center sites in Asia and Europe later this year.