Larsen and Toubro InfoTech, Mysore



There are various offshore development centers of the Larsen and Tubro group. One such center is located in Mysore. Such centers are also located in the cities of Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad. The Larsen and Toubro InfoTech, Mysore is one of the best among these centers.

A large team of qualified and skilled workforce is employed in the Larsen and Toubro InfoTech of Mysore. They work and research for the development of cutting edge solutions. In these offshore development centers of Larsen and Tubro the focus is mainly on speed and flexibility. With this they develop high quality solutions.

The outsourcing model of L&T group of companies is nicely supported by the teams at work in these development centers. These branches provide strong support to the company by guaranteeing productivity, increasing cost savings and marketing the products faster and in a well planned way.

The development centers of Larsen and Tubro are thus excellent and globally appreciated. These development centers play a key role in the development of the various solutions and fast marketing strategies of this company.

The street address for Larsen and Toubro InfoTech, Mysore is provided below
Larsen & Tubro Infotech Limited
KIADB Industrial Area
Hebbal, Hootgalli
Mysore- 570018



Last Updated on 9/14/2011



     


     

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