LTIMindtree Announces New Delivery Center in Krakow, Poland


Between the ends of January and February this year, I’ve had the pleasure of writing not one, not two, but three articles about the multinational information technology consulting and solutions provider LTIMindtree. With a mission driven by innovative excellence in sustainable IoT, the company experienced 74.8% growth after a huge merger in 2022 (i.e. L&T Infotech and Mindtree) and has continued delivering value at scale for businesses looking to get to the future smarter and faster.

As you’d expect from an introduction like that, there’s more news from LTIMindtree to cover. The company announced the inauguration of a new delivery center in Krakow, Poland. As part of its global strategy to expand its presence, this expansion into Eastern Europe was inaugurated by a stacked lineup of individuals: Jerry Muzyk (Deputy Mayor of the City of Krakow), Przemyslaw Roth (Vice President of ASPIRE, Krakow), Peter Mitchell (Vice President of The Association of Business Service Leaders, or ABSL), Rao Maddukuri (President of Poland India Business Council) and Nachiket Deshpande (COO and Executive Board Member at LTIMindtree).

The new delivery center at Ocean Office Park in Krakow will support LTIMindtree’s capabilities in the region. Strategically, it also brings the company’s services closer to its European customers, especially in the travel, transportation, and hospitality industries.

“Poland, and Krakow in particular,” said Jerry Muzyk, “is a widely renowned European technology hub with an impressive pool of talent. It is an integral part of the global technology business. We are delighted that market leaders such as LTIMindtree are continuing to invest in our region and city to support innovation and enable digital transformation for global companies across a range of industries.”

The Krakow facility is just the latest addition to LTIMindtree’s expansive operations across Europe; notably, it also isn’t even its first venture in Poland, either. In fact, it complements LTIMindtree’s existing delivery center established in Warsaw.

“We congratulate LTIMindtree on opening of their new delivery center in Krakow,” said Przemyslaw Roth. “This strategic move will further streamline the access of their digital solutions portfolio to regional enterprises, and we are confident this investment will contribute immensely to the overall growth and development of Poland’s technology industry.”

This advanced Krakow facility will enable LTIMindtree to better understand customers’ needs as they bring next-generation services closer to even more global clients.

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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