VCC India begins operations in Hyderabad
Hyderabad: VCC India Private Limited (VCC), the Indian subsidiary of the new Canadian start-up telecom company VMedia Inc. has announced that it officially launched its operations on Saturday at NSL Arena SEZ in Uppal.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony was performed in the presence of Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, Secretary to Government of Telangana, Information Technology, Electronics and Communications (ITE&C) Department, and Uday Munjal, AVP, Research and Investment Facilitation, Invest India, a Government of India undertaking.
VCC will provide business process services to parent VMedia Inc., which recently launched internet, IPTV and home phone services for residential consumers in Canada. After just three years of operations, VMedia has generated $20 million in annual revenues, and has established itself as the only alternative to the major cable and telecom providers in Canada. VCC Hyderabad facility provides all technical support services, as well as sales and customer care, for VMedia’s English language market. At launch, VCC has employed nearly 50 people at its premises at NSL Arena, with plans to increase the staff strength to over 150 in 12 months’ time.
George Burger, Co-Founder of VMedia and a director of VCC said “We are particularly grateful for the assistance of Mr. Uday Munjal, of Invest India in directing us to the extraordinary Special Economic Zone programme. From that point forward, under the guidance of Mr. Jayesh Ranjan, Secretary, IT and his officers, we were up and running in less than six months.” –NSS