UST, one of the leading digital transformation solutions companies, recently announced the expansion of the workforce in its Bengaluru center to over 6000 employees. The company has added over 2000 employees since February 2020. In line with the company’s accelerated growth strategy, UST Bengaluru center plans to double the number of employees to 12,000 by 2023.
The global technology company is planning to expand its local presence in India to attract the best talents. In the next 18-24 months, the Bengaluru center will hire freshers (entry-level engineering graduates) and experienced engineers for various roles focusing on products and services for healthcare, technology, logistics, semiconductors, and BFSI (Banking and Financial Services and Insurance) clients.
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Alexander Varghese, Chief Operating Officer and Country Head – India, UST, said, “We are quite excited to expand our India operations with one of the company’s largest centers in the world at Bengaluru. At UST, we are determined to hire the top talent as they will provide an opportunity for the company to expand the best-in-class digital revolution and support our global clients while creating great IT industry job opportunities in Bengaluru.”
“Karnataka’s strengths lie in our deep tech talent, vibrant tech ecosystem, cosmopolitan culture and forward-looking Government. Karnataka’s vast and diversified resource base has emerged as a reputed investment destination for investors worldwide. The fact that IT companies are expanding year-on-year stands testimony to this. I would like to congratulate UST for crossing 6,000 employees in the Bengaluru office. It is great to hear that UST will be scaling up and hiring further in Bengaluru over the next few years. As the Government of Karnataka, we look forward to supporting UST in its growth and expansion plans. We extend our sincere wishes to UST and its employees,” said Dr E V Ramana Reddy, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary of Department of Electronics, Information Technology (IT), Biotechnology (Bt) and Science & Technology (S&T), and of Commerce and Industries Department, Government of Karnataka.
UST Hyderabad recently celebrated the joining of 1000 employees and announced its plans to double the headcount at the center within the next two years. UST also announced its plans to hire over 10,000 new employees this year across the globe, with digital proficiencies and critical skills in digital transformation, cybersecurity, cloud infrastructure, Java, data science & engineering, application development and modernization, AI/ML, automation (RPA/IPA).