Mayor of Eindhoven, Rob van Gijzel (left) , inaugurating the Infosys delivery centre
Infosys opens delivery centre in Netherlands

Eindhoven, Netherlands, November 9, 2013: Infosys BPM, the business process outsourcing subsidiary of Infosys,  has opened a new 120- seat delivery centre  in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, to beef up its  delivery  system  in Europe.

The new centre, was inaugurated by Rob van Gijzel, the Mayor of Eindhoven.

The company proposes to deliver critical business processes such as finance and accounting and other high value services for its global clients, and provide end-to-end outsourcing services in Dutch, English, French and German.

The favorable business environment created by the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA), the Brabant Development Agency (BOM) and Brainport Development, coupled with the availability of a highly competent and skilled workforce with multi-linguistic capabilities, made Eindhoven an ideal location for Infosys BPO’s new delivery centre.

Says Lars de Vries, Project Manager Foreign Investments, Brabant Development Agency (BOM):“For Eindhoven and Brabant, Infosys investment means a great mix of retaining existing jobs along with the prospect of fresh employment opportunities created by the company. This compelling combination of providing services and high-quality jobs will undoubtedly attract similar interest from other international companies.”

Adds Gautam Thakkar, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Infosys BPO: “The new centre will serve as a regional hub for Infosys BPO. It strengthens our ability to cater to client needs across functions, languages and time zones quickly and with greater flexibility. The availability of a talented workforce and a positive environment fostered by the government makes the Netherlands an attractive destination for us. Our team in Eindhoven will play a key role to accelerate innovation and transformation for our clients across industries.”