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LTIMindtree opens new delivery center in Mexico City

December 18, 2023 01:01 PM Eastern Standard Time

MEXICO CITY and MUMBAI (India)–(BUSINESS WIRE)–LTIMindtree< /span>Executive Vice President &; Regional Americas Delivery Head, and Anurag Tripathi, Associate Vice President, LTIMindtreeGreg DietrichExecutive Vice President & Global Head of Operations, LTIMindtreeRajeev JainFadlala Akabani, Secretary of Economy of the Economic Development Secretariat of Mexico -CityHis Excellency Pankaj Sharma, Ambassador of India to Mexico,[NSE: LTIM, BSE: 540005], a global technology consulting and digital solutions company, announces the opening of a new delivery center in Mexico City, expanding its presence in Latin America. The centre is intended to enable the restructuring of the workforce and the localization of LTIMindtree in the Americas. The Center was inaugurated on December 14, 2023 by

Located in the heart of Mexico City’s financial district, the 100+ capacity Delivery Center is a state-of-the-art facility that promotes collaboration and innovation and is designed for future growth. It is intended to promote the company’s competencies in the region and bring LTIMindtree’s first-class services closer to customers in the SAP and digital engineering service areas. Anurag Tripathi, Associate Vice President, LTIMindtree, will join as LATAM Delivery & Operations Head to lead the Delivery Center in Mexico City, focusing on future growth and delivering high-quality results to customers.

Nachiket Deshpande, Whole-Time Director & COO, LTIMindtree, stated: “In recent years, Mexico has emerged as a competitive player in the global technology market, with a skilled workforce and a favourable business environment. LTIMindtree is committed to fostering a highly skilled workforce in the region by leveraging its global experience in the field. With this delivery centre in Mexico, we can bridge the gap between our nearshore customers and local customers and leverage the expertise of local talent while successfully delivering the programs in the same time zone.”

Fadlala Akabani, Secretary of Economy of the Mexico City Economic Development Secretariat, said: “I would like to congratulate the management of LTIMindtree on the opening of the new Delivery Center in Mexico City. Indian IT companies have traditionally helped build and shape the talent in Mexico. We are committed to supporting the company in its quest to grow in the region and help us build Mexico City as a location for cutting-edge technology. I thank LTIMindtree for their commitment to investing, growing and creating more technology jobs in the region.”

LTIMindtree’s customers in Mexico come from the telecommunications, media and entertainment, manufacturing, hi-tech and services, banking and financial services, and RCG sectors. The company currently has 12 offices across America and counts over 70 Fortune 500 companies among its clientele.

About LTIMindtree

LTIMindtree is a global technology consulting and digital solutions company that helps companies across multiple industries transform their business models, accelerate innovation and maximize growth through the use of digital technologies. As a digital transformation partner for over 700 customers, LTIMindtree brings extensive expertise and technology expertise to improve competitive differentiation, customer experience and business outcomes in a converging world. LTIMindtree — a Larsen & Toubro Group — powered by more than 83,000 talented and entrepreneurial professionals in over 30 countries, combining the industry-recognized strengths of former Larsen & Toubro Infotech and Mindtree in solving the most complex business needs and delivering transformation at scale. For more information, visit

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