WASHINGTON : The Dublin, California-based tech and digital services firm TRUGlobal has opened an initial 100 seater engineering facility in Baner, with the company planning to expand soon to 300 seats, and to around 1,000 by the end of next year.
The facility was inaugurated by the cricketer Robin Uthappa.
TRUGlobal largely works with American clients, with 95% of its revenues coming from its core North American market. The firm’s founder and CEO, Ibrahim Shariff, said that it is working with clients in the autonomous driving, robotic process automation, ERP cloud, and other spaces, while also exploring new opportunities in newer segments, especially with more demand in digital transformation.
“In the autonomous driving space, we are constantly using and testing imagery and simulation, using various tools. The demand for digital transformation is very high now, and that even from segments such as pharmaceuticals. The development period of drugs is reducing, in some cases, from five years to two years,” Shariff said, in an interaction.