MetaSystems Proudly Announces the Foundation of MetaSystems India (Bangalore) P Ltd.
New office went into business in May 2012
MetaSystems is very proud to announce the foundation of a new office in Bangalore, the capital of the Karnataka state in India. Bangalore is also named 'The Garden City', and it is well known as a hub for India's information technology sector.
The official name of the new company will be MetaSystems India (Bangalore) P Ltd. Being the fourth MetaSystems foundation, MetaSystems India will serve the Indian market and mainly focus on marketing the MetaSystems probes portfolio.
The postal address of MetaSystems India is:
MetaSystems India (Bangalore) Pv Ltd
Unit 309, 3rd Floor, No. 1/1, 2nd Floor, 1 Main Rd., II cross Thimmaiah Garden,
R T Nagar
560 032, India
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