Pune: Saama Technologies, Inc., a leading big data analytics solutions and services company headquartered in Silicon Valley, announced its latest Indian office expansion in Pune today, a facility with 45,000 square feet of space in the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) of Pune to accommodate more than 550 employees. The growth of Saama’s presence in India reflects strong demand for Saama’s global service and technology capabilities to drive advanced analytics into industry-specific business transformations in a matter of weeks.
“We are pleased to be announcing the expansion of our world-class big data facilities in Pune today,” said Suresh Katta, CEO and founder of Saama Technologies, who is in Pune this week to announce the news. “We are building on our 18-year success and expertise, and our unique analytics acceleration engine to deliver unparalleled speed to value and specificity of distinct, strategic business outcomes for our customers.”
The opening of the new office here today is expected to give a boost to Saama’s business in the region enabling it to strengthen its relationship with clients and partners, and provide solutions and services in high growth areas such as the Insurance, High-tech, CPG, Life Sciences and Healthcare.
“Pune is spreading beyond its boundaries as various new industries emerge in the area,” said Vasant Shetty, Vice President of India Operations, Saama. “We see the city as a concentrated talent hub that is firmly in the limelight today and will continue to outpace other data science centers for years to come. We are pulling from a strong technology and analytics culture here that is bred from leading universities in the region.”
Through the combination of the Fluid Analytics Engine, services, deep industry specific experience and strategic partnerships, Saama delivers the ability to quickly uncover and operationalize existing strategic data assets and deploy highly impactful analytics across their operations. Customers stay focused on their core business while driving the monetization of data as a strategic asset.
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