Bangalore, March 15 2015: US-based IT solutions leader CA Technologies has consolidated its research and development strengths in Bangalore to create a new Techgnology Centre that will complement the similar facility in Hyderabad.
The CA Bangalore Technology Centre will leverage Indian talent to focus on emerging technologies, including Mobility, Digital Payments, Big Data, Data Science/Advanced Analytics, DevOps and Security.
Said Ram Varadarajan, CA Technologies' Santa Clara( California, US)-based Senior Vice President and General Manager, New Business Innovation soon after the ribbon cutting and lamplighting ceremony yesterday: "Organic innovation is at the heart of CA, and this new Centre will enable greater collaboration and faster product development across a wide range of emerging technologies. Along with our Centre in Hyderabad, we are making important investments in research and development in India to tap into the “world-class” talent available in this market.”
“The skilled workforce of India’s Silicon Valley will enable us to develop solutions in emerging domains that will be key to driving our innovation agenda,” added Raj Gopalakrishna, Senior Vice President, Distinguished Engineer and Centre Manager, CA Bangalore Technology Centre.
CA recently opened a new Technology Centre in Santa Clara ( which Ram heads). The work done jointly by development teams in Santa Clara and Bangalore contributed to the recent launch of the CA Management Cloud for Mobility, a comprehensive portfolio of solutions to enable our customers to seize the opportunities and manage the challenges of the new, mobile economy.
Interestingly both Raj and Ram came to CA after their tech company, Arcot Systems was acquired in 2010. They brought with them an online Payer Authentication Technology called TransFort which underpins CA's worldwide solutions underpinning online services like Verified by Visa or MasterCard Secure Code.
"Software @the speed of business --that's central to what CA has made its roadmap for the future", Ram said adding that the company known in its earlier avatar for large enterprise-wide solutions, was now consicously addressing the needs of smaller corporations for pay by use or Software as a Service type of offerings in mobility, infrastructure management and analytics.
He pointed to CA Nimsoft Monitor an easy-to-use platform that IT organizations and service providers rely on to manage and optimize their most critical systems and services. The tool is free to use for up to 30 units.
“In today’s competitive global market, accelerating innovation and bringing new, differentiated product to market is imperative for our success, and the success of our customers. We expect the CA Bangalore Technology Centre to deliver the cutting-edge solutions needed by our customers and partners around the world,” said Sunil Manglore, Managing Director, CA Technologies, India. The company has launched an aggressive campaign to attract top engineering talent for its Bangalore and Hyderabad centres which currently employ 300 and 2000 engineers respectively.
For a few days, we have a video on CA's presence at the recent Mobile World Comgress in Barcelona, in our home page Tech Video spot.