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Thinspace expands next generation product development team and facility

Thinspace has announced that in preparation for next generation innovation and product development growth, the company is expanding its engineering capabilities, hiring new engineers and staff, and upgrading to a larger development facility located in the Baner Infotech area of Pune, India.

Considered “Oxford of the East,” Pune is equipped with over a hundred education facilities and universities attracting IT talent from all over the world. The Baner area of Pune, specifically, is known to be its center of IT, with nearby Mumbai attracting new infrastructure investment. 

Thinspace’s new development center, idyllically positioned adjacent to Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park, one of the most famous IT hubs outside of Bengaluru, covers approximately 2500 square feet and can seat upto 50 engineers, up from the current 20, reflecting a capacity increase over 100%.  

“We are excited to move to a larger development facility in Pune’s technology area. This upgrade should work to improve our productivity, as well as help us attract and retain top notch, world-class talent. Not only does this expansion to a larger center and increase in engineers demonstrate our continued path to growth, but also it reflects our continued commitment and focus on providing customers with only the best in next generation product development and innovation,” commented Chris Bautista, CEO of Thinspace Technology.

Vijender Yadav, CTO, Thinspace Technology stated, “With a large pool of talent and good mix of experienced engineers combined with fresh college graduates, Pune is a great location to hire personnel and run technology focused engineering teams like ours. We are looking at doubling our team from 20 to 40 in next couple of months in order to better accelerate product development and improve employee satisfaction. The new facility is currently ready and operational.”

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