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McFadyen Solutions opens new facility

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As part of expanding its offshore operations, US-based McFadyen Solutions has officially opened its new facility on the 12th floor of Leela Infopark in Technopark. &n

Published: 24th April 2012 07:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:43 PM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As part of expanding its offshore operations, US-based McFadyen Solutions has officially opened its new facility on the 12th floor of Leela Infopark in Technopark.

 McFadyen is an IT systems integrator which builds large-scale e-Commerce solutions, a statement said. President and CEO of the company Tom McFadyen inaugurated the new facility.

 McFadyen Solutions is also all set to mark its silver jubilee. “The solutions that McFadyen Consulting builds for our Fortune 500 clients are extremely complex large-scale e-Commerce systems,” said Tom McFadyen.

 McFadyen Solutions has invested over half-a- million US dollars in creating the new 16,000- square feet office space with a capacity of 160 seats, a statement said. Modern technologies include ten video conference stations, ten high-resolution projectors and 18 energy-efficient LED monitors ranging in size from 60 inches to 80 inches.

 The Leela Group, India’s top-tier hospitality organisation, provides first-class facilities management for the 15-storey building.

An accredited ATG partner for more than 15 years, McFadyen has expertise in designing and creating ATG-based e-Commerce, content management, and social media solutions.  McFadyen also has hands-on technical experience in integrating Oracle ATG with over a hundred different systems.

 McFadyen’s operations in Technopark started in 2003 in the Nila building to provide offshore support in e-Commerce and social media-based business solutions.



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