BGSW expands to Pune, plans to recruit 1500 this year

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BGSW expands to Pune, opens a new centre as it plans to recruit 1500 skilled professionals in the first year

Pune: BGSW (Bosch Global Software Technologies) expands to Pune as the software company aims to collaborate with top universities to recruit talent and expand its footprint in India.

BGSW, formerly known as Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions (RBEI) has now expanded its presence in the western city of Pune and opened a new centre.

BGSW expands to Pune, focusing on a skilled talent

BGSW has opened a new centre in Pune‘s Panchshil Business Park located in the Balewadi area. The centre will start operations in April 2022. It complements the company’s fit-for-future strategy to develop a highly-skilled future-ready workforce through learning and growth opportunities.

The centre will augment BGSW’s work in new-age automotive and digital technologies. The company will hire fresh engineering talent to work on new-age tech like AI, ML, IoT, Industry 4.0, embedded, and cybersecurity, and recruit engineers from Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE), Computer Science, Mechatronics Engineering, and Instrumentation.

“BGSW is in the process of establishing new talent and innovation ecosystems with technology at its center. We are committed to help generate new employment opportunities in the country,” said Dattatri Salagame, CEO, President, and MD – Bosch Global Software Technologies (BGSW)

“By hiring best-in-class engineering talent, our aim is to develop a highly skilled workforce in Pune, and further emphasize our focus on software excellence to deliver business solutions, backed by stellar customer experience. This will be a crucial step in our journey of innovation-led digital transformation we envision to bring into the organisation,” added Salagame.

BGSW plans to recruit professionals

BGSW plans to ramp up capability in Pune to 1500 professionals in the first year of its operations and will focus on global projects delivery.

By 2023 the company aims to build connected products and solutions for automotive and digital core enterprise domains from Pune, expanding its employee base in the city to 3000 professionals by 2025.

Pune is an established and thriving market for IT and mobility solutions along with a flourishing startup ecosystem with over 3200 upcoming startups, according to Amit Kumar Srivastava, Center Head – Pune, Bosch Global Software Technologies (BGSW).

“It also provides the added advantage of bringing BGSW’s R&D facilities and services closer to our automotive customers and allows us to partner with them to innovate further. Pune’s strong startup ecosystem is a fertile ground for Bosch to collaborate and build solutions for the future,” said Srivastava.

At the same time, Srivastava added that its world-class engineering institutes and universities provide an added advantage to the company.

“Besides, what will help us stand apart from the competition, is our Centers of Excellence in the automotive domain. We are building CoE for classical powertrain, automotive steering, e-mobility, cross-domain computing (ADAS, autonomous driving), active and passive safety, digital cockpit systems,” commented Srivastava.

BGSW is the largest software and technology centre for Bosch outside Germany with a delivery and sales network across several global locations such as Mexico, Vietnam, North America, Japan, Germany, the Middle East, and India.

BGSW has headquarters in Bangalore. It has its global hub in the city for software, catering to customers and partners across geographies and industries.

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