Global IT consulting firm Brillio has expanded into the Nearshore, launching delivery centers in Guadalajara, Mexico, and Toronto, Canada with company officials promising to hire “several hundred new employees […] with the goal of tripling the headcount by 2025.”
The Edison, New Jersey-based firm’s success hinges on its continuous upskilling program and IT outsourcing service.
In its statement, Brillio said that it leverages its clients’ infrastructure and deploys “agile digital engineering teams” to help customers reap higher dividends from their digital transformation initiatives.
Majority owned by US equity investor Bain Capital, Brillio was spun out of recruiting and staffing firm Collabera Inc in 2014. Reuters reported a few months ago that Brillio will likely be listed on the US stock market in the first half of 2022.
The IT provider employs nearly 4,000 people globally, with a majority of them working out of India, where the company runs six delivery centers. It runs offices in Britain and Romania as well.
Brillio was a small player until 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic stoked an unprecedented demand for digital transformation services. In the past two years, the company has made three acquisitions.
“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,” stated Brillio founder and CEO Raj Mamodia.
Brillio’s expansion is greatly beneficial to Mexico and Canada, because the IT provider invests a large sum of money in STEM education and IT training programs in every country it operates.