Bengaluru: Nutanix (NASDAQ: NTNX), a leader in enterprise cloud computing, today announced that it has been ranked second in ‘India’s Great Mid-Size Workplaces 2018’ List. This is the first time the company has participated in the study and demonstrates proof of the positive impact Nutanix is having on its expanding workforce in the country.
Nutanix has had a presence in India since 2013, and has continued to invest and innovate in expanding its operations to develop a modern, digital workplace where every employee feels empowered to contribute. Over the past year, headcount has grown over 70 percent and the company has recently opened a second office in Pune.
“This is a fantastic achievement for all of us here at Nutanix. We have a history of taking on established global companies and winning – and here we are doing it again,” said Sankalp Saxena, Nutanix SVP and MD of Operations for India. “Nutanix is developing a modern workforce that embraces diversity and respect while providing global opportunities for all. As we continue to invest in India’s future we know that our success will be built around our employees. This award shows we are getting it right.”
Prajeetha Prasad, Nutanix Senior Human Resources Lead for India added, “Nutanix lives by our core values – honest, hungry and humble with heart. In the battle for talent, it’s vital we provide today’s workforce with a true sense of value and belonging. Nutanix embraces global best practices and technologies to provide a modern, digital and respectful environment for all our staff to learn and grow.”
Nutanix has rapidly increased and evolved its operations in India over the past 5 years and continues to increase its activities in India as the company further disrupts the traditional enterprise market and develops a truly global centre of excellence that drives innovation from India.
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