The Indian IT major Wipro opened a new global delivery centre at Curitiba in Brazil, last week.
It was inaugurated by the mayor of Curitiba, Beto Richa, and the Consul General of India in Sao Paulo, Jitendra K Tripathi.
Though the company has been operating in Brazil for past three to four years, it is for the first time the company has established a delivery centre in the region. The Curitiba Centre would be a hub of the firm in the region and would serve as the regional headquarters for other Wipro offices located at So Paulo in Brazil and Buenos in Aires Argentina. Serving global and domestic clients, the centre would cater to 20 clients in IT and BPO sectors. The centre which started with 60 people currently employs around 350 people.