Bangalore, India and Muscat, Oman – September 01, 2014: Wipro Ltd. (NYSE:WIT), a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, today announced that it plans to expand its workforce in Muscat to meet increasing business requirements.
Wipro Gulf LLC, the entity established in 2011 in Oman to serve local clients, has been growing rapidly over the last 3 years, delivering critical projects across Oil & Gas, Aviation, Engineering, Banks and Government sectors within the Sultanate of Oman. The recent consulting and implementation projects done by Wipro for clients in these sectors have been well appreciated. Wipro Oman currently employs 70 professionals and has provided services to more than 25 clients across sectors. Buoyed by the rising demand for services, Wipro plans to double the headcount over the next 12 – 18 months.
Mukund Seetharaman, General Manager and Business Head – Gulf, Wipro Ltd. said, “In continuation of our long term business outlook for Oman, we are seeing a lot of interest from clients in the region for services around business enablement, simplification and analytics. We are committed to delivering world class solutions and building on our existing footprint to create new job opportunities in the local market.”
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