US-based AI firm Moveworks opens its first office in Bengaluru

Moveworks plans to double the size of its team in the next six months.

Moveworks, an AI platform powered by natural language understanding (NLU), conversational AI, semantic search, and Collective Learning, has announced plans to open its first office outside the United States. The new office will be in Bengaluru, India, and serve as its second base of operations. 

Moveworks plans to double the size of its team in the next six months, with a focus on roles in research and development (R&D) as well as general and administration (G&A). The company’s expansion into India follows a year of rapid growth for the business. In 2021, both its revenue and its team size more than doubled; it now has more than 500 employees around the world. Moveworks also reached several milestones during the period.
“Moveworks is a rare opportunity for engineers: we’re applying the bleeding edge of machine learning to help millions of people stay productive,” said Mihir Gore, Moveworks’ Director of Engineering and India Site Leader. “Our India team is making our platform even more powerful by building deep integrations with other systems, and by providing customers with total visibility over their employee experience. Ultimately, we’ll give every employee the support they need — the moment they need it.”

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