Bharti Airtel has a plan to hire 500 employees for its new technology set up in Pune.
Pune: Recently Bharti Airtel’s chief information officer Pradip Kapoor has announced. That they have a plan to open a new technology set up in Pune. Where the company Airtel India is looking for 500 engineers to be employed.
The employees for this new set-up are being called across multiple experiences and domains. They could be from ML (machine learning), big data, tech Ops and Dev Ops. So, further demonstrating this plan of Bharti Airtel. The chief information officer Pradip Kapoor said that. This is being done and climbing up the company’s digital aptitude to keep the transformation into digital telecommunications.
So, according to Pune’s chief information officer, Pradip Kapoor, the city is a crossroads of information technology (IT). For Bharti Airtel, this is the best option. Pune, on the other hand, will be home to 500 digital engineers.
The proposed digital technology hub in Pune will be India’s fourth digital technology hub. The first is in the Western part of the country. Noida, Uttar Pradesh, Gurgaon, and Bangalore are the company’s digital technology hubs. As a result, the nicest thing about Bharti Airtel is that. Three thousand people were working in these technology centres.
As a result of all of this, or if we talk about recruiting and investment, Bharti Airtel is scouting educational institutions such as IITs, NITS, IIITs, and other top-tier institutions. To put its technology hub in Pune to use.
In the previous year, Bharti Airtel claims to have invested 3,57,510 crores (USD 46 billion) in its digital infrastructure.
The corporation has also invested in the Airtel Xstream multimedia platform, the Wynk Music app, and the Airtel Thanks app. On this platform, there are 180 million monthly active users.