California-based software company GlobalLogic has announced the opening of its new Indian headquarters in Noida.
The facility would work with global brands to create software.
GlobalLogic currently works in key verticals such as healthcare, communication and media, retail, and automotive.
The current priority of the new headquarters is to attract and upskill talent while creating more skilled jobs in the region, the company said in a statement.
“GlobalLogic’s newly built India headquarters focuses on generating greater value, increasing customer engagement and creating new revenue streams through software co-creation,” said Shashank Samant, chief executive, GlobalLogic.
Sumit Sood, vice-president and managing director, Asia-Pacific, GlobalLogic, said that interwoven new-age technologies would have a huge impact on productivity for the businesses of tomorrow.
“The time is apt for companies like ours which have expertise in deep design skills and software engineering to help deliver the next generation of highly intuitive, hyper-personalised digital experiences,” said Sood.
The 220,000 square foot, seven-storied facility, which will seat the engineering and design teams of GlobalLogic, has been certified as a LEED Gold Green Building, which translates to better energy savings, water efficiency and reduced carbon dioxide emissions.
The building will also include a new customer experience centre, design studio and a maker lab.
The company also stated that the facility was building upon its growth momentum in India and the global market.
GlobalLogic has also been on a hiring spree for the top management.
Last year, the company had announced that Partners Group had bought a stake in GlobalLogic from private equity firm Apax Partners, valuing the software company at more than $2 billion. In 2013, Apax Partners had closed its second deal in the Indian information technology space by acquiring GlobalLogic. In 2017, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) said it would acquire minority stake and joint control along with Apax Partners of GlobalLogic.