SOUTHFIELD, Mich., July 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --Stefanini, a $1B global IT provider, announced today that the company is planning to invest in China to increase its offer and grow its size five times larger in the country for the next four years. With an operation in China since 2011, the company won't dismiss the possibility to make an acquisition to achieve the growing goal.
The investment will be allocated to strengthen the portfolio of offers, especially in Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and solutions for the automotive industry. Stefanini has a goal to support global companies and a large number of current clients with operations in China, focusing in the Mandarin, English, Japanese, Korean, and Cantonese languages.
"We have an ambitious growing plan with China and our strategy includes an acquisition and partnering opportunities," said Marco Stefanini, Global CEO of Stefanini.
Growing through Manufacturing Innovative Offer
One opportunity that Stefanini plans to strongly explore is the Chinese Manufacturing - Industry 4.0 market. Last year, the company made an important step in this direction with the acquisition of IHM in Brazil. The company specializes in managing multidisciplinary industrial projects in various segments through the latest technologies such as mobility, smart devices and wearable technology, intelligent machine applications, big data, IoT, knowledge management, machine learning using analytics, and much more.
"Chinese companies should have to innovate in new ways to retain China's lead in manufacturing. Aligning with new trends and Industry 4.0 needs, Stefanini is able to leverage IT Services to increase the efficiency and innovation in this market," said Mr. Stefanini.
According to Linyuan Gan, Director of Business Development responsible for the Stefanini China operation, the company has a global presence, mature process, and a platform to reinforce its presence in the Chinese market.
Present in 39 countries with more than 50 global clients, Stefanini has the ability to offer a global delivery model to cross sell its offer between different regions, clients, and service towers of the same client. "Our global client base is good for cross selling and China can easily leverage the global delivery capability in countries other than China," said Mrs. Gan.
Further information is available at www.stefanini.com.