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Hyderabad has best infrastructure for industries: KTR

Hyderabad, May 12 (PMI): IT & Industries Minister K Tarakarama Rao today said Hyderabad has been in the front runner compared to other cities in India having the best infrastructure for setting up Industries.

The IT Minister on Thursday inaugurated the Digi Tech facility of Callaway Golf Company, a global leader in golf equipment, apparel, and entertainment in Hyderabad. The Callaway Golf Company has set up its digital tech facility at the cost of Rs 150 crore at Hitec City, here and it will employ about 300 people.

Speaking on the occasion, KTR thanked the management of Callaway Golf Company for choosing Hyderabad as their destination for the operation of its activities in India and  promised that the State government would continue to extend its support for their activities.

Stating that Hyderabad has been rated as the best city to live for five years in row from 2015-20 by Mercer, KTR said that the State capital has an enabling infrastructure and is home to many marquee names here. Google, Apple, Microsoft, Uber, SalesForce, Micron, Qualcomm and several others are operating from the city.

Callaway DigiTech facility at Hyderabad will serve as an epicenter for technology support for Callaway’s technology operations globally. Its portfolio includes global brands including Callaway Golf, Topgolf, Odyssey, OGIO, Travis Mathew and Jack Wolfskin. Currently Callaway Group markets and sells in over 12 countries through wholesale, retail and e-Commerce presence.

The DigiTech Facility will focus on data analytics, application development and support, cyber security, project management, e-commerce and others to all its key markets globally.

Industries Principal Secretary Jayesh Ranjan, representatives of the Callaway Golf Company and others were present. (PMI)

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