Hitachi Solutions to Start Its Second Operations in Hyderabad
HYDERABAD: Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao told a team of Hitachi delegation that any investor would be happy to start an industry in and around Hyderabad. He also mentioned that the Telangana State Government unveiled the new industrial policy framework by bringing a legislation that would be formally launched soon.
Ananthanarayanan, managing director, Hitachi Solutions India, Mike Gillis, president and global chief operating officer, Hitachi Solutions America, Gary Peterson, executive vice-president, Hitachi and others called on the chief minister this afternoon at his camp office.
The Hitachi team expressed its willingness to partner with Telangana Government in the areas of smart-city solutions, wherein the chief minister and general public can interact with each other, smart card solutions, healthcare in partnership with Microsoft.
Ananthanarayantold Naidu that they already have their presence in Telangana since 2013 and would like to start their second operations in Hyderabad, from August 2015. He has also requested Naidu to inaugurate the operations. He said Hitachi is very keen to offer their global solutions to make Hyderabad a smarter city.
The chief minister evinced keen interest in their solutions of a multiple smart card system and suggested them to explore the possibilities of introducing the card in the state. He said that in addition to Hyderabad other big towns like Warangal, Khammam and Karimnagar also could be considered for their solutions.
Naidu also suggested the Hitachi team to explore the possibilities of establishing some heavy-machinery plant in Telangana.
Finance Minister Etela Rajender, Principal Secretary to CM Shanta Kumari, Secretary for Industries Aravinda Kumar and HMDA VC & MD Shalini Mishra are present in the meeting. –