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GlobalLogic has announced the expansion of its operations in Telangana with the addition of a new facility at Madhapur in Hyderabad. GlobalLogic will utilize the additional space acquired in Hyderabad to create new innovation labs for clients and build upon its existing strengths in content engineering and enterprise. With a capacity of over 350 seats, the new facility at Madhapur will take GlobalLogics total Hyderabad employee headcount to over 2500 by the end of 2016.
Today, organizations globally are struggling to keep pace with the required software engineering talent needed to execute next-generation product development or digital transformation. To bridge this talent gap, organizations increasingly turn to industry leaders like GlobalLogic to aid in design and delivery of their digital agenda. GlobalLogic combines the key capabilities of Experience Design, Complex Engineering and Agile Delivery which are required ingredients for modern digital solutions. Combined with GlobalLogics global delivery scale, these capabilities deliver a unique and powerful solution for customers across the globe. Since establishing its first engineering center in Noida in 2000, GlobalLogic has expanded to 14 major product engineering centres and 3 design studios across the globe.
GlobalLogic started its operations in Hyderabad in 2011 with the acquisition of Rofous Software. Rofous Softwares content engineering expertise broadened GlobalLogics R&D service offerings especially with clients in the e-commerce, media and information services sectors in India. GlobalLogics team in Hyderabad is extensively engaged in offering solutions across multiple enterprise areas including BPM, IT Management Healthcare for Devices, claims management and testing, Asset Management, GIS / GEO Ops etc. GlobalLogics Hyderabad facility is amongst its leading engineering centres in India. The centre in Hyderabad offers state-of-the-art facilities to employees while also providing them ample opportunities for learning and growth through active participation in global client projects. The Hyderabad centre has also been an active member in the local community, conducting many technology and academia connect events. GlobalLogic Hyderabad has also been recognized as the Best India SME by Hyderabad Software Exporters Association (HYSEA).
Ms. A. Nandini, Vice President, Delivery, GlobalLogic India, said, GlobalLogic has long been an integral part of the Hyderabad technology community, and we are happy to announce this expansion. The opening of our new engineering center gives us the flexibility to work more closely with existing customers and puts our services within close reach to a broad audience of key accounts on this side of the globe. This is a significant step in our strategy to expand our delivery footprint, and broadening the market awareness for GlobalLogics services throughout the world. We are looking to create an inspiring work environment in Hyderabad that will attract many of the talented engineers the city has to offer. We also expect our teams from the city to support us in driving cutting-edge innovations as our client engagements grow. I am confident that in addition to creating employment opportunities, we will also be able to foster innovation as a significant part of our growth agenda. This expansion is yet another example of how we are delivering on our strategy of growing our business in the region.
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