Bahwan CyberTek (BCT), the global digital transformation solutions provider, has shifted into a new and much bigger office space in Bengaluru, for which it will hire at least 200 more people in 2023, to add to its existing strength of 300.
Fit to accommodate 500, this will be BCT’s second biggest development centre. The Company, which has four other development centres in Chennai, Coimbatore, Pune and Mumbai, has been expanding following its successful restructuring and business collaborations as part of its growth strategy.
“Bengaluru has exceptional talent and an appetite for new innovative technologies that makes it an exciting location for us. We’ve already expanded significantly here, and given the high demand for our services, we will continue to seek talent to complement our roadmap for 2023,” said Remadevi Thottathil, chief human resources officer, Bahwan CyberTek.
The centre will provide software development, IT consulting, and digital transformation to clients in the banking, financial services, healthcare & manufacturing industries and will continue to actively seek tech talent in the region.
Mike Muralidharan, chief operating officer, Bahwan CyberTek, is confident about Bangalore’s “unique combination of tech talent and a digital culture, that is a force enabler, capable of unlocking numerous possibilities”. He reasserted that BCT has a “digital ecosystem bolstered by promising policies, that are encouraging enterprises, both small and large, to make the digital shift”.
Chennai-based BCT has been helping brands with their digital transformation strategies, supporting them in translating digital investments into tangible benefits. It offers innovative IP products, deep-domain expertise, and future-fit technology solutions, that allow enterprises, across sectors, take full advantage of the digital wave.