Technology services and consulting company Wipro Ltd. has opened its Americas headquarters in East Brunswick, which will serve as home for its U.S. leadership team, including both CEOs of the Americas, Srini Pallia and Suzanne Dann, as well as Amit Choudhary, Wipro’s chief operating officer.
The newly renovated office in Middlesex County reaffirms Wipro’s ongoing commitment to clients in the Americas region, which makes up nearly 60% of its global revenues. Wipro has about 20,500 employees located across U.S., Canada and Latin America (Mexico and Brazil).
“The opening of Wipro’s Americas headquarters further underscores that the companies of tomorrow are planting their flags in New Jersey today,” New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said in a statement. “By locating its new multimillion-dollar office in the heart of our state, this renowned tech giant will significantly boost economic activity in New Jersey. We look forward to the numerous ways in which Wipro will contribute to — and benefit from — our thriving innovation ecosystem.”
“In today’s dynamic business landscape, companies are constantly facing new challenges and pressures that require them to adapt and transform their operations. Adoption of cloud and using AI will be instrumental to meet these challenges head on. At Wipro, we use our vast technology experience and domain expertise to help drive business outcomes for our customers. The Wipro Americas headquarters launch represents a new era, as we place great importance on settling our workforce in an environment that fosters innovation and collaboration to drive business forward in the region,” Pallia said.
The space has been thoughtfully designed to accommodate Wipro’s clients’ growing needs for collaboration, while delivering outstanding employee and client experiences.
The office will serve clients across industries such as banking and financial technology, life sciences, health care, retail, telecommunications, media and entertainment, gaming and tech, travel and transportation, energy and utilities, and manufacturing.