- Shri Satej Patil, Hon’ble Minister of State for Home, Housing, Transport, Information Technology, Parliamentary Affairs & Ex. Servicemen Welfare, Govt. of Maharashtra, virtually inaugurated the facility at Kharadi
- Prof. Prabhat Ranjan, Founder, Vice-Chancellor of DY Patil International University (DYPIU), lit the auspicious lamp
- NielsenIQ Pune Hub will have a diverse set of associates working in various functions, including global delivery of Customer Service, Data Science, Finance and Technology
- The Hub will be the second-largest among the three global hubs in India
NielsenIQ, a global information services company, continued its expansion spree, launching its third international capacity centre in India and the first in Pune. The state-of-the-art Hub offers a broad range of facilities designed to foster collaboration, innovation, and the development of NielsenIQ’s essential products and solutions. It will also include global customer service delivery, data science, finance, and technology. The company’s Pune hub would scale up to a capacity of 1,700 people by the end of 2023.
Pune has emerged as one of the most preferred locations for Fortune 500 companies. The region offers a modern technology infrastructure and connectivity that helps it flourish as an ideal location for start-up Hubs in India. The city also has an impressive technology ecosystem with unique innovation culture and highly skilled talent that NielsenIQ is eager to cultivate.
“People, process and possibilities continue to be at the top of our minds at NielsenIQ. India is at the epicentre of our growth and transformation, and we are pleased to be inaugurating the third Hub or capability centre in the country in Pune today”, said Mohit Kapoor, Chief Technology Officer, NielsenIQ. “The city of Pune will boost access to talent across existing and emerging technologies, empowering us to offer broader solutions in catering to our global clientele.”
Pune’s global capacity centre was virtually inaugurated by Shri Satej Patil, Hon’ble Minister of State for Home, Housing, Transport, Information Technology, Parliamentary Affairs & Ex. Servicemen Welfare, Govt. of Maharashtra, virtually.
The lighting of the lamp and the ribbon cutting were done by Prof. Prabhat Ranjan (Founder, Vice-Chancellor of DY Patil International University (DYPIU) in the presence of NielsenIQ’s Global Leadership team led by Mohit Kapoor (Global Chief Technology Officer), Raje Dwaraka, (Chief Accounting Officer), Biswajit Panda (VP, Technology) and Sameer Shukla, (Head, Global Client Service Centre).
The Pune hub inauguration festivities with NielsenIQ executives and the city’s government dignitaries conclude the company’s official launch of its three capability centres in India. In the past week alone, NielsenIQ reaffirmed its commitment to India’s growth by opening key global capacity centres in Vadodara and Chennai. “Our presence in India will play an important role in helping accelerate growth plans for the company and the industries we work with. We welcome talents in India to join our team as we scale our operations for global impact,” added Kapoor.
Recruitment for the Pune hub and the centres in Chennai and Vadodara is underway, and NielsenIQ is planning to gear up its hiring in India through 2022.