In July, L&T Infotech hired Amit Bhattacharjee, former managing director at Accenture's infrastructure management business, as executive vice president.
The company is bringing in a slew of top execs from rival IT firms to boost growth in European market.
Infosys moved him out of the consulting business in July after a disappointing quarter in the unit, which CEO Sikka attributed to management mistakes.
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The Bengaluru-headquartered IT company took over the Alstom employees after the French company was bought by General Electric.
Bengaluru, the IT capital of India, hosts over a fifth of the IT industry's employees and city-wide shutdowns have meant that technology firms have had to close their offices down in the city.
The floods in Chennai, which houses 15% of the industry’s IT workers, caused significant disruption to the sector, Bengaluru is larger base of IT talent.
"We are on a path to build the most client centric company in the industry and Sudhir brings expertise and results-driven approach to enable this transformation," Sanjay Jalona said.
Directi also looking to buy 1 lakh square feet space in Bengaluru.
The company plans to invest $110 million in Flock, Zeta, Radix and Ringo in the current financial year and the next.
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