Austin, US-based employment website Indeed has announced a plan to expand its technology centre in Hyderabad
The company said that the expansion includes a new office spread over 91,000 square feet at the Skyview Towers, where Indeed India will ultimately relocate its local engineering headquarters.
“Hyderabad is fast emerging as the leading centre for tech opportunities in India, which offers tremendous scope for growth and development. We are committed to serving Indian job seekers, and hope to continue to do so through our investment in technology towards improving the hiring process,” said Venkata Machavarapu, head of engineering and site director at Indeed India.
Indeed said it has expanded its presence significantly since its entry in India in 2008.
“Indeed has seen remarkable success in India, through its offerings for employers as well as job seekers. We hope to see Indeed not only take up the tech infrastructure the city has to offer, but also create value for job seekers and recruiters through enhanced offerings enabled by technology,” said Jayesh Ranjan, principal secretary, IT and industries, Government of Telangana.
Indeed was founded in Austin and Stamford in 2004. Currently, there are more than 8,500 employees globally, across 29 cities in 14 countries around the world.
Indeed allows job seekers to search jobs on the web or mobile in over 60 countries and 28 languages. More than 250 million people each month search for jobs, post resumes, and research companies on Indeed.