Tech company setting up shop in Mississauga, creating 500 new jobs
A technology company will be moving into Mississauga and creating up to 500 new jobs.
Recently, the province announced that HCL Technologies will expand its Canadian operations with a new global delivery centre in Mississauga. The province says the new centre will employ 350 people in the information and communication technology sector when it opens, eventually growing to 500 positions.
HCL Technologies is an Indian multinational IT services and consulting company with offices in 50 countries and a worldwide network of R&D innovation labs and delivery centres.
I'm very excited to welcome @hcltech to #Mississauga! Thank you for choosing our great City and for creating up to 500 new jobs for our residents. Mississauga is proud to be home to more than 730 ICT companies, and HCL is a wonderful addition. Congratulations! https://t.co/LhpypaDvZ5— Bonnie Crombie (@BonnieCrombie) March 26, 2021
“I’m very excited to welcome [HCL Technologies] to Mississauga! Thank you for choosing our great city and for creating up to 500 new jobs for our residents,” Mayor Bonnie Crombie wrote on social media.
“Mississauga is proud to be home to more than 730 ICT companies, and HCL is a wonderful addition. Congratulations!”
In a news release, the province said that it, along with Toronto Global, has worked with HCL to secure Ontario as the destination for HCL’s new Canadian delivery centre.
The province says the Mississauga Global Delivery Centre will be one of the largest for HCL in Canada.
“We are very excited to continue expanding our operation in Ontario with our largest facility yet in Canada, ” said Jagadeshwar Gattu, Senior Corporate Vice President, HCL Technologies, in a statement.
“The new Global Delivery Centre in Mississauga provides an opportunity for HCL Technologies to expand our best-in-class digital innovation in Ontario and support our global clients while creating great IT Industry job opportunities in this community. We look forward to more growth and opportunities in Canada in the coming months.”
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