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Canada’s SOTI to create 300 IT jobs in India, invest $12 mln

sotiCanada-based software company SOTI said it will invest $12 mln and add 300 jobs in India over the next two years.

The majority of the new positions would be in engineering and software development roles, it said.

SOTI is a provider of enterprise mobility management and Bring Your Own Device solutions.

The company, which has most of its Indian employees located in Gurgaon, is also eyeing India as a upcoming market.

India is as a key focus market in SOTI’s growth strategy, the company said.

It has clients in manufacturing, retail, hospitality, banking and transport and logistics in India.

SOTI has evolved from a one-man operation to a global enterprise, with 6 global offices, a workforce across 22 countries.

“This announcement by SOTI is another example of a Canadian company taking advantage of the growing business opportunities in India and reflects the robust Canada-India trade relationship,” said His Excellency Nadir Patel, High Commissioner for Canada to India.

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