Bangalore: Close on the heels of other IT companies, iGate on Thursday said it offers to organise logistics for its those employees in Japan who were interested in coming back to India, following the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit the nation on 11 March.
“iGATE has offered to organise logistics for those employees in Japan who are interested to travel back to India”, it said.
iGATE, which has an office in Yokohoma, Japan, has an overall employee base of over 100 in the country.
“All employees working out of Japan are safe and work continues to be normal”, the company said in a statement.
iGATE was one of the earliest entrants into the Japanese IT Services market, having established a presence there in the mid-1990s.