Hyderabad: CDK Global, which was hived off from US-based ADP, said it will invest about Rs 320 crore ($50 million) in India this year.
Of this, $15 million was already spent on setting up two facilities one each in Hyderabad and Pune and the remaining will spent towards operational expenses including about $20-25 million in Hyderabad and $10-15 million in Pune.
The Nasdaq-listed IT solutions provider, which launched the Hyderabad facility here on Wednesday, said both centres have a capacity to house 1,500 professionals. The company has already hired hired over 800 associates (500 in Hydera-bad and 300 in Pune) and has plans to recruit 200-300 more this year. “We are looking at hiring more engineering talent and reaching the 1,500 headcount over the next 3 years,” said Steven J Anenen, CEO, CDK Global, which offers IT solutions for automobile dealers.