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Mphasis to begin recruiting from May for Colombo centre

MphasiS, one of India’s largest and fastest growing IT services companies, is planning to start operations in Sri Lanka in mid-2010 with 500 workers gradually expanding to 2,000 in three years.

With this in mind, the Sri Lanka unit is having a career fair for potential professional recruits on May 8-9 at the Cinnamon Grand, Colombo, where they will seek out individuals with talent, passion and the will to excel, keen on succeeding with a dynamic, international company, the company said in a statement.

MphasiS Lanka plans to become one of the largest IT/BPO/KPO operations in Sri Lanka. It has a strong presence across India, Singapore, China, Japan, Europe, North America and Australia.

MphasiS chief corporate development officer Dinesh Venugopal said, “We see our entrance into Sri Lanka as a positive move since we have identified a rich talent pool in the country, which we hope will help our company diversify and grow.

Also, MphasiS’s investment into Sri Lanka will fuel our growth into emerging destinations for IT outsourcing.”

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