Axtria expands to Hyderabad, Health News, ET HealthWorld

Hyderabad, India – March 12, 2024: Axtria Inc., a leader in data analytics and cloud software for the life sciences sector worldwide, has announced the establishment of a new facility in Hyderabad. The new hub offers generative AI and other AI-driven services, which helps Axtria’s aim of assisting life sciences enterprises in driving improved health outcomes.At an amazing 76,000 square feet, Axtria’s most recent centre is the company’s largest office in India. The centre, which is handicapped accessible and situated in DLF Cyber City in Gachibowli, Hyderabad, has earned a LEED Platinum certification from the USGBC, the organisation that certifies the highest level of environmental planning and sustainable practices in contemporary workplace architecture. The centre received a Green Star Rating from GRESB in recognition of its efforts to operate as a zero-water waste facility.“With the inauguration of our new office in Hyderabad, we are further solidifying our commitment to our country and its exceptional talent pool,” said Jaswinder Chadha, Axtria’s President and CEO. “This expansion reinforces our relentless pursuit of growth and innovation as we strive to better serve our clients and drive positive impact in the life sciences industry.”This growth demonstrates Axtria’s dedication to improving its talent pool and skills while fortifying its position in the area. Axtria has continued to expand its workforce and scale its operations in a sustainable manner. Axtria hired almost 700 people in 2023 alone, a good balance of recent college graduates and industry veterans for roles in software development, data engineering, and developing data science. Axtria intends to hire up to 800 experts for its global locations over the course of the next nine to twelve months as part of its commitment to address new generative AI strategies for life science enterprises and maintain sustainable employment.“Our talent in data science is contributing to a global mission through innovation,” said Axtria’s Manish Mittal, Head of Global Delivery at Axtria and India Country Head. “Axtria’s workforce, including engineers, data scientists, product managers, and domain experts, is engaged in product innovation and developing enterprise-grade data-driven platform-based solutions. In the past few years, Hyderabad has emerged as a potential tech sector backed by economic and infrastructural transformation, and we are happy to open doors of opportunities to the tech community residing in the city.”

Published On Mar 13, 2024 at 07:00 AM IST

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