Wipro announced the inauguration of its office at Sable Park, Century City, in Cape Town, to focus on adding more business in South Africa.
“The inauguration of our office in Century City, Cape Town, is a significant milestone for Wipro as it emphasizes our commitment to invest in and expand our presence across South Africa,” Anis Chenchah, Chief Executive Officer – Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa (APMEA), Wipro, said.
Africa is one of the six focus regions that comprise Wipro’s APMEA Strategic Market Unit. Wipro did not reveal its hiring plans for South Africa.
Wipro inaugurated the Cape Town office in the presence of Alderman James Vos, Mayoral Committee Member – Economic Growth, City of Cape Town, representatives from the Indian Consulate in Cape Town and from the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), along with Wipro’s clients, technology partners and local employees.
In 2021, the international BPO market in Cape Town contributed around R14 billion to the metro’s economy. The city is investing in skill development and promotion campaigns to leverage itself as a much sought-after destination for technology and BPO companies.
“Wipro is developing talent and creating jobs with clients that will yield a lasting impact for our communities in South Africa,” Warren Zambelli, Managing Director – Africa, Wipro, said.