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Telstra looks to outsource 170 jobs to provide for international markets

Friday, July 19, 2013

Australian based Telstra, a leading supplier of telecommunication services have revealed plans to outsource 170 jobs to a Indian provider.

Telstra have said that the plans are designed to increase competiveness and prepare the company for future rollouts in Asia and increased stability in conjuncture with the companies cloud offering.

While the decision to outsource services to India has yet to be decided, a go-ahead would see a October start for the outsourcing process, with a timeline of between six and twelve months.

David Burns, the head of the Network Applications and Services division in Telstra, said: “We need to be able to scale quickly, we need to be able to meet the demand, we need to be able to support our customers as they move into the South-East Asia region, and we need to be competitive.”
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