GHX aims to triple its workforce in India by 2025

Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX) announced the expansion of GHX India’s Global Capability Center in Hyderabad


NEW YORK: Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX) announced the expansion of GHX India’s Global Capability Center (GCC) in Hyderabad. This strategic move is poised to further augment the value proposition by enhancing resilience and continuity, while consistently prioritising an unparalleled customer experience.

The announcement was made during a meeting in New York with KTR. Following the meeting, he said, "Hyderabad seamlessly amalgamates skilled workforce potential, robust healthcare and IT infrastructure, government assistance, and considerable cost advantages, thus emerging as an irresistible hub for Health-Tech enterprises keen on investing and flourishing in India. We are unswervingly committed to nurturing this ecosystem and propelling Hyderabad as the Health-Tech Mecca of the world."

“The healthcare industry is on a digital transformation journey, making investments in a highly skilled global workforce more important than ever,” said CJ Singh, chief technology officer, of GHX.

GHX has aimed to triple its workforce in India by 2025, with plans to expand to more than 300 employees. The focus would be on expanding its engineering and operations teams, bolstering its existing technological capabilities and accelerating innovation at scale.

GHX joins 27 percent of the Global 2,000, including Salesforce and Cisco, that have leveraged India Global Capability Centers (GCCs) to accelerate innovation and support long-term growth objectives. GHX had been at the forefront of providing cloud-based solutions and services that optimize supply chain resiliency and reduce costs so that a future where affordable, quality care is possible for all. This expansion comes at a time when the healthcare industry faces unprecedented challenges, making it more crucial than ever to invest in technological advancements.

Summit Consulting Services was chosen by GHX to act as an advisor to support its operational and financial goals related to this expansion. Summit Consulting Services has deep experience in running GCCs.

Also in attendance at the meeting were Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary of the Industries and Commerce Department, and Shakthi M Nagappan, CEO of Telangana Lifesciences Foundation. Representing GHX was Chrystie Leonard, chief customer experience officer and the Founder & CEO of Summit Consulting Services Sandeep Sharma

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