thyssenkrupp Expands Technology Center in Pune to Drive Future of Engineering and Manufacturing

thyssenkrupp AG, an internationally operating group of companies, has announced the inauguration of its new facility for Technology Center India (TCI) in Hinjawadi, Pune. The state-of-the-art facility will drive technological innovation to shape the future of engineering and manufacturing worldwide and establish India as a knowledge hub for digital excellence for the group globally. The new facility focuses on building capacities in multiple technology domains like data science, application software, embedded systems, and cloud computing. It will act as an innovation hub, delivering smart solutions to thyssenkrupp’s businesses, such as steel, industrial components and systems, automotive components, plant engineering, and materials services.

The new office with the larger software employee base at TCI will continue accelerating thyssenkrupp’s efforts to achieve its digitalization goals and drive consistent innovation in the engineering and manufacturing sectors globally.

Cetin Nazikkol, CEO, thyssenkrupp Asia Pacific Africa, commented, “As we continue to drive thyssenkrupp's global digitalization and innovation efforts, we recognize the critical role that India will play in achieving our goals. With the large pool of highly skilled talent in Pune and its thriving IT ecosystem, TCI will accelerate the digital transformation at thyssenkrupp globally.”

Emphasizing that innovation and speed are key for robust growth in this digital era, Rohit Gupta, Head Technology Center India, thyssenkrupp, said, “The technology center in Pune will drive innovation for our group, enabling us to meet the ever-increasing demand for software engineering by acting as a digital competence center and tapping into the incredible talent and expertise within India's digital ecosystem, thus adding to our ability to accelerate new product development in both global and local markets.”

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