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ADP Opens Second Offshore Facility In India

The center will house research and development functions as well as business process outsourcing support to ADP's global business divisions and clients.

Paul McDougall

January 9, 2007

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ADP Private Limited, the Indian subsidiary of the U.S. payroll-processing giant, on Tuesday announced plans to deliver outsourced services from the Indian city of Pune. It will be ADP's second facility in India and will start operations next month.

The new facility will be located in Pune's SP Infocity hi-tech zone and will feature more than 100,000 square feet of workspace, ADP said. The center will house research and development functions as well as business process outsourcing support to ADP's global business divisions and clients.

Initially, the Pune center will employ around 300 workers. That number will increase to more than 1,000 over the next two years.

"The Pune facility supports ADP's continued growth, will expand ADP India's operational capacity, and will also serve as a business continuity and disaster recovery centre for ADP India's Hyderabad operations," ADP said in a statement.

ADP recently expanded its operational space in Hyderabad to more than 200,000 square feet and now employs about 2,000 people in India that work in both research and development and in BPO services.

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Paul McDougall

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Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.

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