Epicor’s New Technology Center Inaugurated in India

Says has been created to support product development, support and services, in order to drive performance and growth on a global scale

Epicor has launched its new India Technology Center in Bengaluru. The India Technology Center is a key component of the company’s globalization strategy and it has been created to support product development, support and services,in order to drive performance and growth on a global scale.

The Technology Center was inaugurated by Epicor executives Mark Mincin, SVP and CIO; and Jeff Kissling, CTO, during an opening ceremony held on August 5 at the newly built large office complex. Also present at the grand opening were local representatives Suresh Prabhu, Managing Director, and Neela Kishore, HR director, for Epicor India.

The India Technology Center will be run under the direction of Mincin, with Prabhu running the day-to-day operations as managing director. The 48,000 square-foot Center is located in the newly established RMZ EcoWorld Technology Park and today houses 50 staff. Epicor is currently recruiting for further positions in product engineering, quality assurance, consulting, customer support and IT and will double its staff strength by the end of this year.

“The India Technology Center is a strong example of our commitment to deliver innovative technologies and software solutions that help our customers build more successful businesses. We also look forward to seeing our customers and partners benefit from the increased brand awareness,” said Joe Cowan, President and CEO, Epicor.

Mincin added, “The Technology Centeris a critical part of our global strategy to leverage and increase our access to the growing talent pool in India, to lead and support technology innovation and development. Establishing a direct presence in India further strengthens the confidence in Epicor amongst local customers and partners.”

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