Mumbai: Software-services firm Mahindra Satyam said on Tuesday it would expand its operations in Malaysia as part of its international expansion plans.
The company will move more software development and delivery operations to its centre in Malaysia, Mahindra Satyam said in a statement.
The centre currently employs 500 full-time engineers, the company said.
Satyam Computer Services was hit by India’s largest corporate scandal when its founder and chairman Ramalinga Raju quit in January, revealing profits had been overstated for years.
The fraud left Satyam struggling for survival. In April, Tech Mahindra won an auction for a controlling stake in the troubled firm, after which it was renamed Mahindra Satyam.