Pitney Bowes is opening another R&D centre in Pune. This will be the second centre for the company in the country, and will focus on research and development for its global portfolio, including Volly – a digital mailbox solution.
The centre will allow Pitney Bowes to expand capacity for local and global business demands.
Located in two of India's most prominent IT hubs, Noida and Pune, the newly inaugurated facility reflects its increased investments and focus in the country. Within five years of setup, the R&D facility in Noida has swelled in with more than 600 employees working across business units.
“Innovation forms the foundation of our growth strategy and with the current expansion, we hope to further leverage India’s talent pool,” said Sue McKinney, vice president, global product development, Pitney Bowes. “The Pune centre will be the development hub for Volly, and other emerging digital solutions,” he added.
“Pune has a strong talent pool and is a mature software product development destination. It boasts of 12% of software product development headcount in India and is an education and research hub, and this is one of the main reasons why we chose to set up our second R&D centre here. With the opening of the Pune centre, we hope to incubate, sustain, and support local talent and maintain high quality of contributions and value to Pitney Bowes globally,” said Manish Choudhary, managing director, Pitney Bowes Software India.
Pitney Bowes has been present in India since 2007 and is headquartered in Noida.
10 May 2013, Vol VI Issue 1
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