Tech Mahindra Opens Dublin CoE

Tech Mahindra has opened a Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Dublin. The centre, which is set to be operational in the coming months, will focus on emerging technologies such as robotics and automation, business analytics, cloud infrastructure, and digital services.

It is understood the new centre will employ around 150 engineers over the next three years.

Tech Mahindra has served customers in Ireland since its inception, across areas such as tlecom, energy & utilities, BFSI and pharmaceutical. More than 700 full-time employees work for its Irish customers, of which over 320 are located in Ireland.

As a result of its latest investment in Ireland, the Dublin CoE will strengthen the company's regional footprint in the country and help Tech Mahindra deliver technology services to clients in Ireland as well as Europe.

C P Gurnani, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Tech Mahindra, said: "This investment is a testimony of our long-term business commitment in the country and our mission to promote and support local talent leveraging Ireland's rich skills in science and technology.

"The opening of the Centre of Excellence at Dublin will not only enable us to better serve customers in Ireland and beyond, it also builds on the strong partnerships we have already established in the region by working with local organizations, academic institutions and the government."

Mary Mitchell O'Connor TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, added: "I am delighted to be here today for the launch of the company's new Centre of Excellence in Citywest. We already have a strong footprint of ICT companies in the Greater Dublin area and we are very keen to expand that by attracting a wider range of specialist IT companies.

"Tech Mahindra's decision to locate its European Centre of Excellence in Ireland, to develop new technologies here and to create 150 high quality jobs, is very good news indeed."

Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland, commented: "IDA strongly welcomes this investment by Tech Mahindra as it demonstrates the company's continued confidence in its Irish operations. The Centre of Excellence will become a key development location within Tech Mahindra's global network."


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