Experion Technologies has announced its intent to hire 1500 IT professionals. The company has announced its strategic plan to invest Rs 50 crore in the next 12 months for global expansion. The company aims to strengthen its presence in key markets such as Japan, Nordics, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and Mainland Europe. This investment will be utilized to onboard technical and senior sales and domain practice leaders in these markets, thereby enhancing Experion’s local presence and expertise.
Experion is set to commence operations in Japan in June, bringing advanced technology capabilities and product engineering process competence to the Asian nation. The company also plans to invest in capacity building for engineering verticals, particularly Automotive and Embedded Systems. As part of its expansion plan, Experion will increase onsite hiring, focusing on recruiting local engineers for its US and ANZ offices.
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Experion has allocated a portion of the investment to enhance its delivery capability in India. The company plans to onboard 1,500 IT professionals, including 600 fresh graduates, with a focus on Kerala, where Experion is headquartered. By doubling its overall headcount to 3,000 by 2025-26, Experion aims to cater to the increasing demand for product engineering from customers worldwide. The company recognizes the talent pool in South India, particularly in Kerala, which boasts renowned colleges and IT hubs like Technopark, Thiruvananthapuram, and Infopark, Kochi. This strategy aligns with Experion’s goal of leveraging highly skilled engineering talent and becoming a reliable IT hub beyond Bengaluru.
Binu Jacob, managing director and CEO, Experion Technologies, emphasized the explosive demand for product engineering in global markets and the exciting opportunity for the company to be part of this journey. He attributed Experion’s growth and expansion to its sustainable business model and practices in digital product engineering, which have benefited customers.
Experion attributes its success to the company’s focus on identifying and nurturing local talent. The company has forged strong partnerships with colleges across Kerala, tapping into the immense potential of IT professionals in the state. Jacob expressed the company’s commitment to continuing its fruitful partnerships with institutes in Kerala, highlighting the pivotal role played by the state’s talent pool in the company’s consistent success.