Mphasis all set to hire 600 professionals in Mexico

The IT solutions company is looking for talent in the areas of application development, infrastructure management, as well as end-user and help desk support among others


With Mexico rapidly developing into a global technology hub, Mphasis, the information technology solutions provider that specialises in cloud and cognitive services, is planning to recruit up to 600 people for its Guadalajara operations in the coming year.

It is looking to fill vacancies in a range of functions — from application development and infrastructure management (including telecoms and networking), to end user and help desk support.

Elango R, president, North America-new clients acquisition, Mphasis, revealed that “these front-line roles will support a number of international clients– in particular, in the US – looking for a genuinely global level of client service and support.

He also shared that “in addition to technical competency, we are looking for professionals who are prepared to engage on a personal level and go the extra mile to ensure a great customer experience. This commitment is what we call the ‘human touch’; even (or especially) in an extremely hi-tech environment, it really can make the difference.”

Describing Mexico “as a compelling source of talent” and “a place to develop and build a career,” Elango reveals that the vacancies are all international and that the Company is “looking for professionals with a solid level of English, who are open to working with different cultures, and who are committed to building a career here in Mexico”.

He also pointed out that the “ ‘traditional’ career path of migrating to the US, for instance, to ensure ‘visibility’ and rapid promotion is no longer the only option. Today, roles in growth markets such as Mexico also represent an extremely compelling career option for the long term”.

Recently, Mphasis announced its commitment to a ‘hybrid first’ working model in Mexico, with its motto being, ‘work from anywhere, collaborate in the office’.

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