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L&T Infotech acquires Pune-based ISRC

India Blooms News Service | | 29 Oct 2014, 12:30 am
Mumbai/Pune, Oct 28 (IBNS): With an aim to enhance focus on core business, L&T Infotech, a global provider of information technology services and solutions, and a wholly-owned subsidiary of the USD 14.3 billion Larsen & Toubro (L&T), has completed the acquisition of Information Systems Resource Centre Pvt. Ltd. (ISRC).
ISRC was a subsidiary of Otis Elevator Co., which is a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp.
 
On this occasion V.K. Magapu, Managing Director, L&T Infotech said, “As a major IT supplier, L&T Infotech plans to leverage the technology capability and experience of ISRC in order to enhance its value-add to UTC.”
 
Omar Fathi, Vice President, Information Technology, UTC Building & Industrial Systems said, “This allows UTC Building & Industrial Systems’ IT organization to focus on supporting the company’s core businesses while allowing ISRC and its employees to grow and serve its customers under the new ownership.”
 
L&T Infotech has two key vendor facilities in Mumbai serving UTC Building & Industrial Systems, as well as a team of professionals serving various divisions of UTC.
 
L&T Infotech is comprised of 20,000 IT professional across the globe. This acquisition will bring a number of learning and career growth opportunities for the ISRC employees including opportunities for technical skill enhancement and exposure to new technologies. 
 
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