Symphony Services Expands Global Footprint With India Expansion

The expansion will allow Symphony to efficiently service its growing roster of clients, who rely on the company to provide strategic and operational support and services.

hidden October 16, 2008 15:03:19 IST
Symphony Services Expands Global Footprint With India Expansion

Symphony Services, a provider of product engineering outsourcing services, has announced a series of global expansion plans in India and China to support the company's aggressive growth and meet customer requirements. The expansion will allow Symphony to efficiently service its growing roster of clients, who rely on the company to provide strategic and operational support and services for product engineering initiatives.

Gordon Brooks, CEO, Symphony Services, said, "With 37 new clients so far in 2008 and 41 percent year-over-year revenue growth, we are building for our future. To continue this trajectory, expansion of our development facilities has become an integral part of our growth strategy in India and China. Our efforts in this arena are bearing fruit. In the fourth quarter we will bring three new facilities online. All of these developments contribute to excitement for 2009, which we anticipate will be another breakthrough year despite the downturn in the global economy".

As part of its strategic growth plan, Symphony recently completed building its new Centre for Innovation in Product Development in Pune, India. With an area of 175,000 square feet and a capacity of 1,300 people, the Centre for Innovation in Product Development is equipped with best-in-class product development infrastructure and employee workspace to provide the tools and environment required for efficient product innovation and R&D.

Within India, Symphony is also expanding its presence in Bangalore. Symphony is taking advantage of a new Special Economic Zone in the region to build a new facility with about 100,000 square feet, to support expanded operations. The first phase of the Bangalore expansion is scheduled to open at the end of 2008, complete with state-of-the-art development and training infrastructure.

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