UK Food Delivery Company Deliverooto Set Up Engineering Centre In Hyderabad
The centre will be staffed by a new group and will be an integral part of Deliveroo's central technology organisation.
By the end of the year, the company expects to have over 150 engineers working in the areas of analytics, platforms, automation, and machine learning.
This is a huge opportunity for software engineers, data scientists, machine learning, and artificial intelligence experts to work on some of the most difficult problems.
Deliveroo is battling for India's IT talent at a time when the technology industry's demand”supply gap for the proper personnel is projected to continue amid fast digital change
Sashi Somavarapu, vice president of engineering, will lead the centre. He has previously led teams at Amazon, Jio Platforms, and Ford Motor Company. Mishra will be his boss.
The team will concentrate on building new application services to help the company's grocery segment, rider proposition, and network efficiency, as well as delivering enhanced, scalable automation systems and quick consumer experiences.
Deliveroo is battling for India's IT talent at a time when the technology industry's demand supply gap for the proper personnel is projected to continue amid fast digital change.
According to industry data, India would struggle to meet technology resource requirements for the next 3-4 years.
“This is one of the reasons why we decided to open an office in India.” “We're getting close to a competitive, entrepreneurial environment that will train our engineers to be more innovative, productive, and learn from what's going on, “Somavarapu explained. “Competition can be found all over the place. We don't see that as a barrier to our entry into this industry.
William Shu and Greg Orlowski created Deliveroo in 2013. It has approximately 800 sites in 11 countries, including Australia, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Ireland, the Netherlands, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, and the United Kingdom.
“Opening up a new engineering hub in India will extend our global team of incredible engineering talent,” chief executive Shu said in a statement. “The Centre will help us to continue to unlock new innovations for each side of our marketplace, developing a world leading service for consumers, restaurants and grocers, and riders.”