LTIMindtree opens new digital experience centre in Hyderabad


LTIMindtree has opened a new digital experience centre in Hyderabad, thereby further growing its operations in the Telangana capital.

According to LTIMindtree, the new, 100,000 sq. ft. centre is capable of accommodating over 1,000 professionals. It is designed to serve as a modern agile workplace to offer a collaborative working experience.

Furthermore, the digital experience centre in Hyderabad is expected to promote cutting-edge research and innovation in making use of the power of digital to assist the global clients of LTIMindtree in delivering unique experiences for customers.

The digital experience centre, which is claimed to be integrated with the latest capabilities in technology and automation, will help clients to quickly envision, prototype, and implement disruptive digital solutions that meet the requirements of the future, said LTIMindtree.

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Nachiket Deshpande — LTIMindtree chief operating officer and executive board member said: “Our new digital hub in Hyderabad will provide further impetus to our endeavour to innovate, solve complexities and deliver simplified, yet seamless solutions to our customers. Hyderabad is one of India’s leading entrepreneurial, industrial and R&D hubs with robust educational infrastructure, rich talent pool and a forward-looking work ethic.

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“We remain committed to leveraging our presence in the city to build cutting-edge digital solutions and foster innovation to help our clients get to the future, faster. We are thankful to the Government of Telangana for their vision, focus and support in enabling companies such as ours to bring their vision to life.”

The LTIMindtree digital experience centre is located in HITEC City.

LTIMindtree, which was recently formed through the merger between Larsen & Toubro Infotech and Mindtree, said that it has a workforce of more than 16,000 employees in Hyderabad alone.

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K. T. Rama Rao — Telangana Minister of IT, Industries, MA & UD said: “Congratulations on the merger of LTI and Mindtree to create the 5th largest IT player in India. I extend my thanks to LTIMindtree for their continued commitment to invest, grow and create more technology jobs at a record pace in Hyderabad.

“Telangana government remains focused on its efforts to make Hyderabad the most preferred hub for technology companies and LTIMindtree is a true example of how these efforts are paying off.”

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