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Pivotal opens centre in India

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BANGALORE: Pivotal Corporation, a CRM software company, opened a wholly owned subsidiary in India.

The Bangalore centre will be engaged in development and support for customers worldwide. The centre is part of the company's plans to expand its R&D capabilities, said a press release.

Pivotal, which targets mid-sized enterprises, is currently hiring people in India for research and development, professional services and technical and sales support.

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