Hyderabad: Paysafe, a leading global provider of payment solutions, is today hosting a hackathon titled ‘#CrackTheCode’ at its office at SLN Terminus in Hyderabad. The hackathon is part of the company’s recruitment drive for its Hyderabad operations. It called for talented software engineers to design, develop and create futuristic FinTech solutions in the areas of AI, ML and Analytics.
The hackathon was open to experienced software designers, developers and creative technologists. Participants were required to solve problems by developing applications using emerging technologies while competing for one of the three cash prizes worth 50,000 INR, 30,000 INR and 20,000 INR.
The participants will be judged by a panel of experienced professionals based on the relevance and innovativeness of their proposals.,
“The idea behind the hackathon was to bring together the best of the programming talents to develop solutions in the FinTech space,” said Rohan Sahu, General Manager at Paysafe India. “India, which is a growing talent hub for the FinTech industry, will play an important role in strengthening Paysafe’s global delivery capabilities. Through the coding competition, we hope to see some compelling solutions from the participants. Hyderabad has great tech talent with engineers driven to innovate and be pioneering.”
Similar hackathon events will be hosted in other parts of the country to seek FinTech talent.
The hackathon is aligned with Paysafe’s focus on building the next generation of payment platforms and technology capabilities that connect businesses and consumers globally with frictionless and empowering solutions.
Paysafe is expanding its presence in India by building a team of highly talented engineers in Hyderabad. Talking about the expansion plans, Rohan said, “We plan to scale up our operations in India with major focus on hiring this year. As a fast-growing FinTech company, we immensely value our employees and work with the belief to provide growth opportunities to each and every employee who can contribute significantly and make a mark.”