Telecom NZ is set to begin the exercise of improving its testing skills and upgrading the knowledge of its workers for making them capable to take new challenges using the advanced methods of technology. The firm has selected Indian outsourcing and IT consultancy Infosys Technologies for the purpose for which engagement is already going for past three months.
Bradley de Souza, the general manager technology operations of Telecom NZ added, "We're trying to focus our assets on one particular area that required attention - and that's testing." He informed that Telecom has been developing new range of products used for upgrading its mobile network.
De Souza hailed the role played by Infosys in the field of testing and hopes that its expertise in the field would be beneficial for enhancing the skills of its employees for improving the overall functionality and quality of its products.
Meanwhile, Infosys has already started its New Zealand operations and its 100 employees are ready to offer their services to different clients in the country.
Jackie Korhonen, Chief Executive and Managing Director of Infosys in Australia and New Zealand, said, "Our business in New Zealand has grown steadily over the last 12 months, so we wanted to be closer to the action."
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