ThoughtWorks has recently opened a new office in Whitefield, Bangalore, to leverage the city’s diverse talent pool, and to accommodate the year-on-year growth of more than 20% for the next five years.
The space will adopt a shared service model which aims to create a common pool of people who collaborate across capabilities, around data and product development. The new office with a 300-people seating capacity will also leverage tech-community events, for wider networking that caters to data and digital interests. Some of these commitments span APAC, UK and global players, across the hyperlocal transport, energy management and retail sectors.
Additionally, the space will follow through on a mandate to advance technology and economic growth on a global scale. This will happen through programmes designed to help start-ups, enterprises and governments navigate global megatrends from theory to strategic implementation, using a Tech@Core approach. ThoughtWorks has identified five “Seismic Shifts” that are key technology bets on what will transform organizations across the world. These five shifts are listed as: evolving interactions, humanity augmented, rise of the platforms, security-privacy transparency and rise of the robots.
“This expansion is only a step in our comprehensive business expansion strategy for the country, aimed at the year-on-year growth of more than 20% for the next five years. The new space will exponentially boost our local supply market with specific focus on digital, product and data capabilities. The new office will also nurture digitally-led innovation to capitalize on technology-driven opportunities for our current and future customers,” said Sameer Soman and Sudhir Tiwari, Directors, ThoughtWorks India.
Apart from this new space in Whitefield, ThoughtWorks has other offices across India – Koramangala in Bangalore, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai and Coimbatore.
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