Uber, the technology company that seamlessly connects riders with drivers at the push of a button, has inaugurated Asia’s first Engineering Center in Bangalore.
Uber celebrated its Engineers and together with Thuan Pham, Uber’s Chief Technology Officer, officially opened the doors of Asia’s first Engineering Center Bengaluru.
After hosting his first chai pe charcha with members of the press as part of the inauguration, Thuan Pham said, “The talent we see in India and the sheer passion and eagerness of these Engineers to build world class products and services to improve the lives of people and cities around the world is remarkable,”
The Engineering Center in Bangalore will hire the best-in-class software engineers who will focus on developing customized solutions to better serve our rider and driver partners in India, in collaboration with on-the-ground operations teams as well as global Engineering and Product teams.
Thuan Pham added, “Launching Asia’s first Engineering Center in Bengaluru is a testament to our commitment to investing in India, and I can’t wait to see the innovations that will come from this team as they work to support the phenomenal growth of our business in cities across the country.”