Speridian technologies expands operation at Technopark

Published: 20th December 2012 10:50 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th December 2012 10:50 AM   |  A+A-

Speridian Technologies headquartered in New Mexico and having operations in Technopark is expanding its presence here and has taken up about 12,700 sq ft space in Chandragiri building.

An agreement to this effect was signed by Technopark CEO K G Girish Babu and Speridian Technologies director  Rishikesh in the presence of M Vasudevan, senior business development manager, Technopark. With this additional space, Speridian Technologies now has a total of 23,000 sq ft space.

Speridian Technologies is a leading systems integrator and CRM technology solutions provider that is headquartered in New Mexico, having offices in Washington DC, Thiruvananthapuram, Bengalore and Dubai. The company designs, develops and deploys enterprise-wide, technology-enabled software solutions. The company launched its operations in 2005 in Technopark and has been on a rapid expansion mode during the last year and this new expansion plan is in sync with the plans for 2013. Already functioning with 250 technology professionals in Tejaswini, this new office in Chandragiri will be able to add another 200 professionals by end of next year.

“Speridian has special focus on the Kerala market and the expansion decision in Technopark is a testimony to this,” said Girish Babu after the signing the agreement. Chandra Vempati, SVP and India Head of Speridian, said that though Speridian started off as a US- based company, today India is the hub, housing most of the talent pool. “We’ve had some significant wins in the recent past, and have been working on boosting our talent pool as part of our growth plans,” he said.

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