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Philips Software Centre Private Ltd

Philips Innovation Campus (PIC), Bangalore is a division of Philips Electronics India Limited, which is owned 96% by Royal Philips Electronics N.V., The Netherlands. It was established in August 1996, with the objective of meeting the growing need for high-quality, cost-effective software development capacity within the Philips organization. From a share of 8% of the total software resource of Philips in 1998, PIC's share has now gone up and is around 20%Working at Philips Innovation Campus a... Read More

Address      MFAR Manyata Tech Park Nagavara Bangalore India
Website      www.bangalore.philips.com
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Assistant Manager

Area and Channel management of territory. Desired Profile Please refer to the Job description above Experience 3 - 6 Years Industry Type Consumer Electronics / Appliances / Durables Role Area / Territory Manager

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