Experian, a global data analytics company, with headquarters in Ireland, has announced the launch of its new India Development Centre in Hyderabad. The centre was inaugurated by Jayesh Ranjan, principal secretary of the Industries & Commerce (I&C) and Information Technology (IT) Departments of the Telangana Government.
The India Development Centre will be housing 200 engineers and has an aim to create jobs for 2500 employees by 2024.
According to Alex Lintner, Group President of Consumer Information Services at Experian, “This is part of Experian’s global network of development centres, and will work with the Experian product teams globally.”
He further added, “Hyderabad city has emerged as a major hub for technology and innovation, apart from attracting top talent from across the country. Superior infrastructure, good quality education, and a rich talent pool combined with the ease of doing business make it the ideal location for our India Development Centre. Experian has always believed in fostering a culture of continuous innovation and driving financial inclusion across the world to help consumers get easier access to credit.”
Sathya Kalyanasundaram, country head of Experian India, also said, “We are excited to see Experian’s continued investment in India and view this move as a clear testament to Experian’s commitment in order to grow India’s operations through both organic and inorganic opportunities.
“Our growth in India over the past several years coupled with sustained investments such as these will propel India to play a significant role in Experian’s overall growth story for the years to come,” concluded Kalyanasundaram.