Nagarro to expand its presence across four cities in India by Q3

New Delhi, March 24, 2021: Nagarro SE, a global leader in digital engineering and technology solutions is expanding its presence in India across four cities by the third quarter. The new centres will be located across Chandigarh, Lucknow, Indore, and Dehradun. As part of the growing business priority for digital transformation, the company is gearing up to tap into India’s rich talent pool across these cities and be able to provide employment by harnessing the potential of qualified engineers across the country. The company is looking at increasing its headcount by at least 1000, to cater to growing business opportunities across the country and globally.


“Nagarro works on cutting-edge solutions for leading companies throughout the world, and we are always looking for the top talent in digital engineering. We believe that India has many talented engineers, some of whom are working in several tier 2 cities and others who are working in other parts of the country since they do not get enough opportunities in their city. By setting up an office in Chandigarh, Indore, Lucknow, and Dehradun, Nagarro will give these engineers a chance to do great work from here itself. Nagarro is also known for its social initiatives, particularly in the area of road safety – reducing the number of deaths from road accidents. We hope to bring this to other cities too. We invite talented engineers from different cities to join hands with us to contribute a little to the continued development and progress”, said Manas Fuloria, Custodian of Entrepreneurship in the Organization (CEO) of Nagarro.


Nagarro strongly believes in making distance irrelevant between intelligent people and therefore have adopted the practice of distributed workplace. It provides solutions that promise to positively change the customers’ business through an agile, entrepreneurial, and global task force working from across the world to address mission critical operations through engineering the DNA of solutions at large.



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