Actionable and quantifiable analytics solutions providing company Tredence announces that it has opened new AI delivery and R&D centers in India to strengthen its presence in the country.
The company said it had launched its new centers in cities including Bengaluru, Gurugram, and Chennai. The AI delivery and R&D centers will become fully operational by May 2022 and will have an initial capacity of 1400 seats.
Over the last year, Tredence has doubled its workforce in the country and has promised to hire nearly 500 more by the end of 2022. Through the new delivery centers, Tredence will provide advanced analytics, data engineering, and data science solutions to retail, CPG, TMT, industrial manufacturing, and healthcare clients around the world.
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CEO and Co-founder of Tredence, Shub Bhowmick, said, “Expanding our reach into new talent markets is a critical component of our growth plan. We plan to do so by constantly looking for top-tier talent in new regions and partnering with premier institutes like IIT Madras to focus on training and talent development.”
He further added that opening the company’s new offices is a step towards Tredence’s goal of assisting employees specializing in legacy technologies to modernize by providing them with data science and data engineering opportunities. Tredence was named a Great Place to Work-Certified company in India earlier this year, confirming its inclusiveness and openness.
United States-based analytics solutions provider Tredence was founded by Shashank Dubey, Shub Bhowmick, and Sumit Mehra in 2013. The company specializes in offering actionable and quantifiable analytics solutions to marketing, sales, and operational issues with a broad industry focus, strong advanced analytical skill sets, and deep domain expertise.
“Expansion and addition of new India delivery centers signifies an exciting chapter for Tredence as we continue to build groundbreaking data science solutions for global industries. Setting up new delivery and talent centers in India reflects the momentum we are experiencing in the market and aligns with our growth imperatives,” said Chief Operating Officer of Tredence Harish Gudi.
He also mentioned that cities like Bengaluru, Chennai, and Gurugram are excellent places to start for tech companies trying to improve AI innovation and distributed agile delivery models.