ABS Expands India Office, Plans To Recruit Technology Staff
ABS, a provider of classification services to the global marine and offshore industries, announced Monday a significant expansion of its captive delivery center in Pune, India, with the move to the new Tech Park One location set to accommodate additional professional software developers to expedite product development.
ABS has already built a knowledge base and leadership in Pune, where software engineers not only code and support earlier versions of the software, but are developing web and mobile versions of NS Enterprise using newer tools and technologies.
“We are excited about our local growth and the opportunity to recruit top technology personnel to support our innovation, data analytics, data governance, development, quality analysis, customer support and global consulting opportunities,” Anindya Talukdar, ABS managing director in Pune, said in the press release.
Increasing global demand for NS software has led to the strategic decision to grow the ABS India operation, according to Howard Fireman, Nautical Systems president and chief technology officer of ABS.
“The marine and offshore industries seek software that improves efficiency, easily enables compliance in an increasingly complex regulatory environment and is accessible on desktop and mobile devices ... Our aggressive product development plan includes expanding our global footprint to meet this growing need, and the Pune office expansion is a critical part of that process,” he added.
NS, a part of ABS, offers a state-of-the-art software platform to deliver the organization’s innovative technologies. The expansion in India enables ABS to attract additional talent needed to develop new cutting edge tools with features and functionality that outperform the competition in the industry.
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