In business expansion and global optimization, setting up a Global Captive Centre (GCC) has become an increasingly attractive option for companies seeking to harness the potential of skilled international workforces while maintaining cost-efficiency. This article presents how Astravise partnered with a global, listed logistic company to establish a GCC in India.
The Need for a Global Captive Centre
Every significant venture starts with a compelling need, and our client, a prominent global logistics company, had a clear one. Their goal was to have a robust team support their IT capabilities, enhance operational efficiencies, reduce costs, and stay ahead in a highly competitive industry. The solution lay in establishing a GCC providing them with a greater control over the team quality benefiting from a world class Indian talent pool.
Choosing the Right Location
Selecting the perfect location for the GCC was a pivotal decision. Multiple options were evaluated and Hyderabad, India, emerged as the frontrunner due to its reputation as a technological hub and a rich source of skilled professionals. Hyderabad’s favorable business environment, availability of appropriate IT skilled resources and robust infrastructure ticked all the right boxes.
Navigating Legal Requirements
Establishing a GCC in a foreign land involves navigating a complex web of legal requirements. Astravise, with its expertise and experience, played an instrumental role in ensuring all the necessary registrations, work permits, licenses, and certifications were obtained. This meticulous process ensured a seamless transition for our client.