By Narayan Ammachchi
Evalueserve, a global, knowledge-centric outsourcing and analytics firm, has announced that it will launch an office at Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, creating as many as 400 jobs in the next few years.
A research center in the United States will make it easier for the firm to effectively serve its clients in North America. The new office is likely to be operational by September this year.
According to the Associated Press, Gov. Pat McCrory’s office announced Monday that Evalueserve also plans to invest more than $5.9 million in its Wake County location.
Evalueserve, which began its operation with an office in the Indian city of New Delhi, offers research and analytics services to companies in various sectors including banking, healthcare, life sciences and manufacturing.
“Building our presence in the U.S. is integral to our growth strategy, especially as we strive to forge deeper and more strategic relationships with our clients,” said the company’s Chairman Alok Aggarwal.
“The Wake County region offers a vast talent pool, access to top colleges and universities, and an attractive and dynamic business environment,” said the company in a statement.
“We know that Evalueserve will find the qualified talent they need to succeed and expand their presence in the US,” said Sharon Decker, North Carolina Secretary of Commerce.
Evalueserve also operates a center outside of Santiago, Chile – that being its only facilities in the Americas region, outside of the U.S.