The company is likely to see number of employees grow to 300 over the next three years in New Brunswick, it said in a statement.
“This is a win-win for New Brunswick. We need new jobs and new people to prosper and grow. HCL is bringing skilled newcomers and creating jobs for our New Brunswick-based graduates, both of which will help to strengthen our workforce and energize the private sector,” said Mary Wilson, Minister of Economic Development and Small Business and Minister responsible for Opportunities New Brunswick.
With opening its first office in Toronto in 2009, HCL partnered with one of Canada’s largest railway companies.
HCL has so far worked with Fortune 500 and G2000 Canadian customers to develop frameworks, technologies and processes that will help businesses succeed through phases of growth and transformation.
“The launch of this Global Delivery Center champions our next decade of growth in Canada and the region,” said Jagadeshwar Gattu, Corporate Vice President – Infrastructure Delivery, Americas at HCL.
In support of this expansion, HCL is eligible for an investment of up to $6.26 million from “Opportunities NB, a Crown corporation that seeks to attract and support opportunities to grow the economy and create jobs.
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