Breaking the paradigm of tech hubs booming in Metros like Bangalore and Kochi, an unnoticed variation in the trait of IT destinations is popping up with, Thrissur getting on to the top IT destinations as Infopark, Thrissur launches another phase.
In a round-table-conference with media, headed by Shri. Hrishikesh Nair, CEO of Infopark, the official launch of Indeevaram, anew IT building of Infopark Thrissur was announced. The event was held at Crowne Plaza, Kochi on 13th January 2016 with media persons of all prominent print and visual media partaking in it.
‘INDEEVARAM’, the new 3.3 lakhs sq.ft SEZ notified building will be inaugurated by Shri. Oommen Chandy, honorable Chief Minister on 21st January 2016. The technological high-rise offers built-up space in both plug n play and warm shell formats, with provisions for supporting amenities like bank and ATMs, conference facilities, food courts, auditorium etc. The new building will be ready for operations by February 2016 and is expected to give job openings to 3000 IT professionals. At the rare, five companies are privileged to receive keys of their IT spaces on the launch day.
The focus on this not much disturbed IT space is heading straight to a globally demanded piece of land in the Information Technology sector. The city is turning positive in popping up with multiple solutions to ensure best utility of its high potential. Shopping malls, multiplex theatres, engineering colleges, multi-specialty hospitals and other educational institutions are facilitating convenience for techies and ensuring flow of heavy talent pool.
“Thrissur has been a preferred and ideal location for techies which is very well visible in the high demand and rush to occupy the IT spaces of Indeevaram even before its launch,” said Hrishikesh Nair. “It’s a very good sign that may lead to enhancement of Infopark Thrissur to a hub in the future,” he added. Low cost of living, proximity to Cochin International Airport and National Highway, in addition to the lush greenery, calm and serene atmosphere of the campus is indeed a matter of attraction.