IT consultancy Brillio announces new delivery center in Mississauga

04 March 2022 Consulting.ca 2 min. read
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Brillio, a global IT consulting firm, has announced the opening of new delivery centres in Mississauga, Ontario and Guadalajara, Mexico.

The new centres will serve as nearshore bases for the firm’s practice areas in client value engineering and advisory services, data analytics engineering, customer experience and engagement services, product and platform engineering, and digital infrastructure.

The move will bolster Brillio’s global delivery model for complex digital transformation projects and expand its presence in North America. The Edison, New Jersey-headquartered firm currently has more than 3,000 people across locations in the US, Canada, the UK, Romania, and India.

In Canada, Brillio will add a second office to complement its Vancouver location. The firm plans to add several hundred new employees in Canada and Mexico, with the goal of tripling headcount by 2025.

IT consultancy Brillio announces new delivery center in Mississauga

“We’re excited to expand our nearshore presence in these pivotal talent markets and recruit the best and brightest specialists with the skill sets to help our customers thrive,” said Raj Mamodia, founder and CEO of Brillio. “This is an exciting milestone as we lay the groundwork to continue scaling Brillio’s global footprint in 2022 and beyond.”

The firm says it will offer competitive benefits for each location, as well as upskilling through its Brillio Academy – which enables employees to master new technologies like AI and machine learning and gain certifications on platforms such as AWS, Microsoft, and Salesforce.

The news follows Brillio’s acquisition of Salesforce specialist Standav in November and cloud consultancy Cedrus Digital in December. The pair of deals added a combined 350 professionals across the US, Canada, and India.

IT giant Infosys in August announced the opening of its own digital development centre in Mississauga. The firm plans to create 500 new jobs in the Greater Toronto Area in the next three years.