Lenovo intends to recruit approximately 1000 technical professionals to cater its global clients. The company is looking to expand its shared support centre, situated in Bengaluru. The primary focus would be offering technical assistance to the company’s customers across various industries. The company is said to have made an additional investment to support the same.
In a statement to media, Shailendra Katyal, managing director, Lenovo India, stated that the current strength of employees stands at 100 for the moment. However, as it expands, they plan to increase the workforce to reach the target of 1,000 employees.
The centre features remote infrastructure managed services (RIM) for IT infrastructure such as servers and operating systems, along with information security services. Moreover, it also houses a network operating centre (NOC) and a security operation centre (SOC), as stated by Lenovo in media reports.
Furthermore, the centre also includes a team to support employees working remotely and in hybrid work modes, called the digital workplace solutions (DWS), as per the company’s statement.
This significant infrastructure investment is expected to fuel remarkable expansion, providing advanced solutions and services, and reinforcing Lenovo’s standing in India as a leading global technology hub. The company takes pride in contributing to the nation’s development and job opportunities while empowering businesses worldwide.
Lenovo further mentioned that it manufactures approximately 5 million units of its products in India annually. In the financial year 2023, the company achieved a revenue of $1.9 billion in India, holding a market share of 17 percent in the country.