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Fri May 11, 2012
India-based IT company bringing jobs to Jackson
The city of Jackson’s economy is getting a big boost.
An India-based IT company announced today it will expand its operation in the mid-Michigan city.
HCL Technologies LLC is a global IT services company with 90 thousand employees. The training and development hub its opening in Jackson will create several hundred jobs during the next few years.
Rajeev Sawhney is a vice president with HCL. He says the training center should employ 300 people within the next two years.
"And possibly 500 people given that most of our Midwest clients have shown a lot of interest in wanting to avail of the facilities that will come out of this center in Jackson," says Sawhney.
HCL is partnering with Jackson-based Consumer Energy, which will allow the utility’s employees to receive advanced technology training.
The hundreds of new jobs will be welcome in Jackson, which like many Michigan cities has seen a long decline in job opportunities.