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Wistron Information Technology & Services (WITS), a provider of IT consulting and outsourcing services has recently announced its plans for expansion of business in U.S, extensively. Based in Irvine, California, WITS has declared that it seeks accelerated growth in the U.S. by majorly focusing on sectors like healthcare, big data, and cloud solutions, which have a roaring demand for IT services. Across the globe, the Company provides services to Fortune 500 companies.
Wistron ITS, a leading IT service provider, offers a host of IT outsourcing services to the world’s most respected and well-known companies. The Company is strategically working on getting WITS among the global IT service providers in the States. Being positioned as an emerging player in the U.S. market, Wistron provides world class IT services that are cost-effective and lure the clients in the new marketplace. Dr. Ching Hsiao, CEO of Wistron ITS calls the U.S. growth initiative ‘A solution whose time has come’. “The U.S. market will become one of our largest sales drivers in coming years on huge demand for healthcare, big data and cloud computing services,” says Dr. Hsiao. Further he adds, “By leveraging our global scale and international presence, we can effectively support these growing market sectors and provide savings simply not available in the United States.”
Additionally, these expansion plans will enhance company’s ability to offer its U.S. partners a ‘Gateway to China’. Dr. Hsiao says, “By partnering with WITS, companies from North America can launch operations into China and gain access to one of the largest markets in the world – China.”
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