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(From Press Trust of India)
New Delhi, Nov 7 (PTI) Japan-based IT company GrapeCity has said it expects a 100 per cent growth in revenue this fiscal in India and plans to add 350 professionals in the next three years at its NOIDA (suburb of Indian capital New Delhi) centre.
"India is one of our two major delivery centres, the other being China. We have 150 professionals at our NOIDA facility, set up with an investment of about 210 million, and we plan to up the headcount to 500 by 2007," GrapeCity India (GCI) president Daniel Fanger told PTI.
He said the company, which has its second development centre in India at Bangalore, also plans to either …