Uber, the Travis Kalanick-founded company, valued at $62 billion worldwide, the cab app is setting up its first engineering centre in Bengaluru, India to find solutions for the local market and production problems and make innovations to it. The engineering centers of Uber already exist in San Francisco, Amsterdam, Bulgaria, Denmark and Lithuania.
Uber is now ready to offer employment to software engineers and product managers, who will work with the ongoing operations of company, in San Francisco. Uber has employed more than 4000 people around the globe. To quote the head of Uber India recruitment, Satish Shah,” When Uber sets up engineering offices; our goal is to give the teams high impact projects and a considerable amount of autonomy. Currently we have engineering teams travelling to India and once this Bangalore team is established they will be aligning frequently.”
Uber now wants to develop India based products. The focus of the Uber owners on India might be arising due to the increasing completion it is facing from the competitors, be it Ola, Lyft or Grab Taxi. Uber in India is now focusing to solve problems of taking people to more places. So Uber India now aims to create a local engineering team, focusing entirely on India.
Uber is growing rapidly in India and looks forward to make more advancements as it has already invested $1 billion in India. Currently, Uber provides its services to 26 cities. Uber looks forward to invest $50 million in Hyderabad in the upcoming 5 years in order to cater to the services of people. The Uber team looks forward to optimize Uber to serve India in a better fashion and serve more people across India and expand its network across multiple cities.
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