Housing over 1,000 full-stack and test engineers, the centre is designed to enable advanced technical training, R&D, and full-cycle customer programs ranging from commercial product development to digital platforms.
The facility includes a design studio, an innovation garage and a full-scale digital engineering centre specifically designed to support global customer collaboration and hybrid product design and development activities, the company said in a statement.
Hyderabad is a strategic location for EPAM due to its unique combination of talent base, engineering culture and high livability rankings, it said.
"India continues to be an in-demand destination for our global clients. They are looking to EPAM to deliver more than traditional IT services, demanding scale and agility, as well as advanced digital engineering skills," said its CEO and President Arkadiy Dobkin.
EPAM's presence in India began in 2015 with its acquisition of Alliance Global Services, a software product development services and test automation solutions firm. The acquisition strengthened EPAM's global footprint and also helped establish strong and scalable delivery capabilities in Hyderabad and Pune.
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