AppLabs Announces Global Expansion Plan

AppLabs, the independent quality management and testing company, has unveiled its global expansion plan.

hidden July 06, 2007 11:44:47 IST
AppLabs Announces Global Expansion Plan

AppLabs, the independent quality management and testing company, has unveiled its global expansion plan.

The expansion plan is four pronged – a new testing facility as well as a new training centre in India, a new testing facility in UK and increase in manpower.

The testing facility in India to be established in Hyderabad will be operational from October this year. The new testing facility in UK, located near AppLabs' UK head office in Preston, will be the first in a series of testing facilities to be opened in the UK and Europe in the next 12 months.

Additionally, AppLabs will also open a high-end training centre in Hyderabad, with a seating capacity for over 200 people.

AppLabs is currently adding 100 employees every month, and with plans to hire 800 professionals by the end of this fiscal year, it will take the company's total strength globally to 2500 employees.

"AppLabs has shown strong growth, consistently over the years. The last two quarters have seen an increase in our business and customers, both in the USA and UK markets. In keeping with the strong demand for our services in these markets, we are investing in further expanding our operations both, in the UK and in India" said Sashi Reddi, founder, chairman and CEO, AppLabs.

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