German car maker Daimler publically announced that it will soon mark a new foothold by introducing new 800 IT vacancy in the city by 2015 in its new shared service centre.
However, he fervently reported here that, “In the new Shared Service Centre, Daimler will create 800 new IT-jobs in Bangalore by 2015. Positive effects on IT suppliers and the IT sector in Bangalore can also be expected,"
Meanwhile, explaining the new SAP Shared Service Centers, Wilfried Porth, Member of the Board of Management, Daimler AG, Responsible for Human Resources and IT, stated: "In accordance to our global IT strategy, we will further develop our IT department into a worldwide organisation with strong international teams representing a striking variety of skills, know-how and foreign cultures."
Nonetheless, he also said, “We are transferring our expert knowledge to MBRDI, which in turn further develops our own specific know-how and expertise, back into our own organisation as a global support. In the future there will be fewer external entities involved, but instead, a powerful organisation will be in place through our global IT structure."
On the other hand,in accordance to the Jens Cattarius, Managing Director and CEO of MBRDI (Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India Private Limited) Said, "We are very proud that the new Shared Service Center will be located here in Bangalore. India is an important growth market for Daimler. By bringing new highly-skilled jobs to India, we underline our commitment and confidence to the abilities of the country."
The new Shared Service Center in Bangalore, will be imperative for Daimler It sometime later, he said.
In the long haul, Sap move outs will be executed worldwide by the It areas in Germany, India, Turkey and in the USA.
MBRDI is the biggest Daimler Research and Development Center of Daimler outside Germany and in the meantime the biggest, most present day R&D focus possessed by a German auto producer in India, Gorriz said.