Torry Harris Business Solutions to invest Rs. 100 Crore in India
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Torry Harris Business Solutions to invest 100 Crore in India

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 18 March 2010, 10:34 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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Bangalore: Torry Harris Business Solutions a provider of IT services, with core focus in the middleware, integration, cloud computing and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) space, plans to invest 100 Crore over the next three years in India. This investment is dedicated towards training, IP development, creating centers of excellence and collaborations with partner firms.

Headquartered in New Jersey, Torry Harris has offshore development centers located in Bangalore and Shenzhen (China). "Mid tier service providers like Torry Harris are sought after today, because of their service levels and customer intimacy factor; their size and focus of niche technology areas, makes them desirable partners," says Shuba Sridhar, Regional Manager Technical Services at Torry Harris.

According to a Forrester research report, the market for India-based IT services continues to grow quickly and pioneers like HCL, Infosys, TCS and Wipro have become mainstream global service providers. But this success and the accompanying maturity has caused an erosion of some key benefits these providers used to deliver; primarily flexibility and client responsiveness. Today clients that want flexibility and influence, in addition to quality and efficiency are looking at an array of impressive mid-tier providers.

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Reader's comments(2)
1: Is this some kind of a response to drive the attention away from the racccism case against this company in UK? They must be thinking readers and economists are pretty dumb to fall for a tactic as stupid as this.
Posted by:Mitaksh - 21 Mar, 2010
2: Is this some kind of a response to drive the attention away from the against this company in UK?
Posted by:Mitaksh - 21 Mar, 2010