Grid Dynamics Launches its first India Operations in Hyderabad
- Grid Dynamics opens operations in Hyderabad, India, a hotbed of top-tier engineering talent and a robust business center for hyperscale technology providers and financial services companies
- The company plans to hire 1,000 new employees in India by the end of 2022
- Hyderabad is an ideal location with a concentration of skilled talent, modern collaborative workspaces, and easy access to data and platform engineering specialists for Fortune-1000 clients
- Grid Dynamics will establish forums such as Women Leaders in Technology to encourage diversity and a concentration of prominent women engineers and data scientists
- Similar to its operations in Central & Eastern Europe, Grid Dynamics India workforce will have expertise across a number of technological areas, including:
- Platform engineering and agile development
- Data engineering expertise across all major cloud platforms
- AI and Machine Learning
- UX/UI and design thinking
- Enterprise and solution architecture
“Establishing Grid Dynamics India gives us access to an exponential, broadly diverse talent pool and enables our scaling efforts as a public company. The Hyderabad location, with modern, class-A workspaces and a concentration of highly skilled and educated engineers will be a key contributor to our ongoing growth and help strengthen shareholder value. We are excited to further deepen our design thinking and agile development prowess, and ability to solve complex problems for Fortune 1000 customersю” – Leonard Livschitz, CEO of Grid Dynamics
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