Easiprocess buys 500 seater BPO space in Pune

Bangalore, Thursday 27 November 2008

While it may be times of trouble for many BPO’s in India, Bangalore based BPO – Easiprocess is geared up to set up its new office in Pune which can accommodate 500 staff in one shift.

The expansion of the new office is in light of prospective third party clients that Easiprocess is confident of securing soon. At present, Easiprocess has two offices in Bangalore – one that is functional and houses 100 employees and another that serves as a Disaster Recovery site. The new office in Pune will be the BPO’s third office in India and will be designed to be more innovative than its current premises called ‘PODCITY’ famous for its futuristic looking work stations.

Excited about the expansion, Easiprocess’ Managing Director, Yogesh Agarwal commented, “We are delighted to announce our expansion and progress that brings a ray of hope in this time of economic distress. The set up of our new office will be completed in May 2009 and we could accommodate up to 1000 employees in two shifts, which we plan to recruit over a period of 2 years. We have chosen Pune over Bangalore for many reasons, the main one being the location and ready availability of SEZ office space.”

Notes to Editors:
Easiprocess is the ISO 27001 certified 100% offshore subsidiary of UK based, Kent Reliance and is based in Bangalore, India, undertaking back office processing for the Society and third party services, one being a Jamaican based Building Society and the other being a UK based Financial Institution that sells MasterCard pre-paid cards.

Visit www.easiprocess.com for more details.

Kent Reliance is the UK’s fastest growing building society over the last 10 years (Source: KPMG annual survey). The Society has the lowest management expense ratio – an indication of efficiency and also enjoys one of the lowest arrears ration in the building society industry. Total assets as at March 2008 were GBP 2.2bn, ranking the society at 18 by Asset size.
Visit www.krbs.com for more details.

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