On the Western coast of India, is also one of the largest states in the country. It ranks as the country's number one industrialized state, boasting a GDP almost twice the national average and accounts for a lion's share of the country's exports.
The capital of Maharashtra, is the financial and commercial capital of the country, and is home to the headquarters of more than half of India's largest corporate houses and most of the MNC's doing business in India.
Just a two hours' drive from Mumbai, is one of the fastest growing industrial centers in Asia and a hot destination for several IT and ITES companies. Also, known as the 'Education capital' of India, Pune is home to several renowned educational institutions.
The government of Maharashtra has undertaken the ambitious project of developing the Mumbai-Pune Knowledge Corridor, thereby creating a natural home for companies from all over the world, seeking to set up their IT or ITES activities in a safe, business-friendly and progressive environment with world-class facilities and infrastructure, with a long term perspective.
Skilled Human Resources:
India has one of the world's largest educated and English speaking pools of graduates and post-graduates, with a variety of technical and non-technical skills.
The country has made tremendous progress in developing critical infrastructure such as telecommunications; Internet connectivity; road, rail and air transport; and power supply.
With the view to becoming the IT center of the world, the government has drawn up a comprehensive and bold IT policy, making it extremely attractive for companies and entrepreneurs to set up house in India with a long term perspective.
Cost of operation:
IT and ITES operations in India have consistently delivered huge cost savings to clients in North America, Europe and other parts of the world. This is possible due to the substantially lower costs of skilled manpower, facilities and infrastructure as compared to similar resources in the client's home country.