Infosys Technologies is set to expand its back office operations in Poland in the next two years to offer business process outsourcing (BPO) services to more European and global clients, a senior official of the IT bellwether said.
"We will ramp up our headcount to 1,500 people by 2012 from about 1,000 this year at our Lodz BPO facility in Poland to serve at least 20 clients across verticals in Europe and American markets," Infosys BPO Poland Sp vice-president Krystian Bestry said.
The USD4.8-billion global software major runs two large back offices in Poland and the Czech Republic to provide transaction services in diverse areas, including finance, accountancy, procurement, taxation and compliance issues.
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