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Fiserv India Targets 5,000 Headcount

Fiserv Inc, which provides information technology services to the financial services industry, is all set to move to destination India. Speaking to the media , Dr Arun Maheshwari, President, Fiserv Global Services Group, said the company has already made its presence felt by opening up centres in Noida. Currently, there are three locations in Noida with about 1,100 personnel on its rolls. Fiserv Global Services opened its centre in Pune, being set up in about one-lakh sq ft with a capacity to house 1,500 professionals.

Dr Maheshwari further added that the recruitment drive had just begun and that the company was targeting employee strength of about 1,000 in 12 months. He said that in about three years, it was looking to set up a campus in Pune, when the headcount of touched 2,000. He said the company is also scouting for a third location, preferably in the South, and that the total investment by end of 2009 would be $50mn with a headcount of 5,000.

And as has become a norm now there was not much of a mention about the East and more so the Northeast

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