Infotech inks pact with n-energy firm Westinghouse

Infotech inks pact with n-energy firm Westinghouse

Thursday, 29 April 2010, 02:20 Hrs   |    4 Comments
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Hyderabad: Infotech Enterprises, a technology solutions provider, has signed an agreement with Westinghouse Electric Company, a major nuclear energy company, for providing engineering services in India.

Infotech will augment the engineering resources of Westinghouse as it prepares for global nuclear energy business growth and will lay the foundation for Westinghouse's nuclear power plant work in India.

Infotech and Westinghouse Wednesday inaugurated the newly-formed Westinghouse India Engineering Center in the presence of executives from both companies, a statement by Hyderabad-based Infotech said .

Under the terms of the agreement, Westinghouse will further expand its skills infrastructure in India while Infotech will provide high value and competitive engineering services.

"This is the first engagement for outsourced engineering in India in the nuclear industry and further demonstrates Infotech's strength in working in time and mission critical engineering industries," said Infotech Chairman and Managing Director B.V.R. Mohan Reddy.

"Our partnership with Infotech will further strengthen Westinghouse's capabilities in the region, and it serves as another sign of our commitment to the Indian market," said Aris Candris, President and CEO of Westinghouse.

Westinghouse Electric Company, a group company of Toshiba Corporation, is the world's pioneering nuclear energy company and is a leading supplier of nuclear plant products and technologies to utilities throughout the world.
Source: IANS
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Posted by:Vidyardhi Nanduri - 29 Apr, 2010
2: Good! Infotech has bagged a great deal
Posted by:Rani - 28 Apr, 2010
Is it worthwhile to hire non-techies for techies' work?
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