London, Nov. 10 (PTI): Wipro, the £ 4.5-billion Indian IT major, is devoted to global delivery and could establish a footprint in any other country if it proves more cost-effective, chief Azim Premji said.
“We are not wedded to India. We are wedded to global delivery. India is today the most cost-effective location. But if Vietnam emerges, we could have a footprint there,” Premji said in an interview published in The Sunday Times today.
About a quarter of Wipro’s 13,500 staff work outside India, many of them in the 47 technology-development centres that service the needs of its most important clients.