Uniphore Software Systems, a speech recognition solutions company, today said it has opened a new office in Bengaluru and plans to recruit over 100 people in the next 15 months for the operations.
The new office will accommodate teams dedicated to research and development, business development, consumer technology and professional services.
"Uniphore will add more than 100 people in the next 15 months to their Bengaluru operations," it said in a statement.
Apart from India, Uniphore has operations in the Philippines and the UAE with 80 employees spread across all locations. The company's investors include Kris Gopalakrishnan, IDG Ventures India, Yournest Fund and Stata Ventures.
"Coming to Bengaluru is a natural progression for a company that works on core technology. The people, the eco-system are very conducive to startup growth and young companies thrive in this Silicon Valley of the East," Uniphore Chief Marketing Officer and Senior VP HR Sanjeev Gadre said.
Recently, the company has appointed Douglas Peris as General Manager-Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
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