OPI hiring 1,000 additional employees throughout India

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Bangalore/ Los Angeles, Feb 19 (ANI/Business Wire India): Outsource Partners International, Inc. (OPI), a professional services firm dedicated to the outsourcing of finance, accounting, and analytics business processes, today announced growth plans for several of its India service centers.

In the coming year, OPI will be hiring an additional 1,000 finance and accounting professionals at its Bangalore, Delhi, and Kochi locations. With this planned expansion, OPI's India-based employee count will exceed 4,000.

To accommodate this growth, OPI has begun building-out three additional floors at its existing Bangalore and Kochi offices. The new workspaces are scheduled to be completed by May 2010.

Kishore Mirchandani, OPI's President and the Chief Executive Officer of India operations, commented, "The high-quality level and advanced skill-sets of our employees have proven to be key marketplace success factors in the delivery of high-end, complex finance and accounting services. We remain one of the few outsourcing providers where a majority of employees hold an advanced business or accounting degree, or are Certified Public Accountants, Chartered Accountants, or the local equivalent. Even with our planned increase in hiring, we remain committed to upholding our strict recruiting practices which place a premium on talent and experience."

Clarence T. Schmitz, OPI's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, noted, "In addition to providing our employees with new, ever-challenging learning opportunities and career growth, this expansion affords OPI the ability to best service our increasing client base and further develop our offerings. While there has been a notable increase in the marketplace around new adoption of accounting outsourcing, we are also seeing a large uptick in the scale and scope of services outsourced. With the additional capacity in our global service centers, this growth will enable us to more quickly transition these larger deals." (ANI)

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