Trilogy to invest $44 million in India

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 25 November 2003, 08:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Trilogy E-Business Software, provider of industry-specific enterprise software, has announced expansion plans for its operations in India. Trilogy will expand its India center from being a satellite center to an independent full-fledged organization by shifting core product development work to India.

"The growth plans we have set for the India operations are very challenging," said Trilogy E-Business Software India Pvt Ltd MD Chinnikrishna Kommi. "Trilogy India will focus on end to end product development for global markets. Although the center will play a crucial role in expanding our business, our drive will be to deliver cutting edge technology. The Trilogy team in India will build specialised products and solutions to cater to the specific needs of customers across verticals," he added.

Currently, Trilogy India develops industry-specific enterprise software for the automotive, computer hardware and insurance industries. Trilogy India plans to increase employee strength to more than 250 by next year. Trilogy will invest Rs 200 crore over the next three years in its operations in India, in the areas of R&D, product development, HR, marketing, support besides moving to a state of the art facility.

Trilogy Inc. CEO Joe Liemandt said, "It is our quest to become the solution provider of choice to the Global 1000. The India operations will play a crucial role in delivering high quality products and solutions as we continue to grow and drive customer success. Our customers can expect continued advances in our offerings as result of our investment in this center."




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