Tech Mahindra aims to hire more than 1,000 employees over the next three years to serve global and local customers from its newly opened center in Cairo.
Amr Talaat, Minister of Communications and Information Technology, approved the agreement signed with Tech Mahindra, as part of several agreements with 29 multinational companies, creating over 34,000 export-oriented jobs through 35 global delivery centers with an export value of $1 billion annually.
“With its unique central location at the crossroads of three continents, Egypt delivers a resilient high-quality digital infrastructure and provides an appropriate legislative framework that keeps pace with rapid global growth.” Our rich supply of technology talent is ready and competitively priced, with a proven track record of delivering business services to global firms in more than 100 countries in 20 different languages,” said Talaat. The new facility in Cairo will help Tech Mahindra’s clients in sectors such as telecommunications, oil and gas, BFSI (banking, financial services and insurance), energy and utilities and public sector using artificial intelligence, big data and analytics, cloud and 5G technologies. This is in line with Tech Mahindra’s commitment to expand its global delivery centers and invest in upskilling and retraining local Egyptian talent.
“Egypt is a source of great talent and technical skills that can enhance our service delivery in regional and global markets.” It is also a key growth market for us in the MEA region; therefore, the operational launch of our Technology Center in Cairo marks an exciting milestone for Tech Mahindra,” said Ram Ramachandran, Senior Vice President and Head of Middle East and Africa at Tech Mahindra.
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Tech Mahindra has partnered with the IT Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) which is the executive arm of Egypt’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT).