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US-based cloud and data management company Informatica today said it will make huge investment in next four years to expand its largest R&D facility 'India Centre of Innovation' here.
The move will reiterate Informatica's focus on India as a promising market, top company executives said.
India has been a successful R&D location for Informatica for more than a decade, with over half the engineering talent located in the country, Informatica CEO Anil Chakravarthy said at an event here.
"With this expansion, we are reaffirming our commitment towards India as a market and continuing our focus on investing in our people and infrastructure," he said.
Elaborating on the expansion plans, Srivatsan Vaiyakarnam, Vice President and Managing Director, Informatica India, said the company continues to have a strong commitment to India and its focus will be around expanding its workforce and infrastructure to be able to develop technological solutions to support their international research and development.
Informatica has over 1,100 employees in India, which represent all functions within the company - research and development, customer support, professional services, sales, marketing, partner alliances, IT, procurement, human resources and finance, the company said in a statement here.
Digital India Foundation head Arvind Gupta said "Informatica's continued dedication to India and focus on building the most impactful Centre of Innovation focused on data in the country is a major milestone.
The Informatica India Centre of Innovation has been instrumental in developing major product releases and technological innovations, including the Live Data Map, that sources, stores and organizes all of an enterprise's metadata so that its users can search, discover and trust the data they are consuming, the statement said.