CA makes Hyderabad R&D centre, its largest

05th October 2010
CA makes Hyderabad R&D centre, its largest
CA Technologies CEO William McCracken at the opening of the compabny's new Hyderabad R&D facility ( Photo courtesy The Hindu)

IT management software and solutions leader CA Technologies has set up a new, $30 million, state of the art facility in Hyderabad, enabling a capacity boost from 1600 engineers to close on 3000 engineers. This will make the new facility, the company's largest global R&D centre, developing about 30 percent of the company’s global products.

“This new facility,( an  environmentally-friendly, LEED Gold certified 200,000 square foot building, located in the company’s India Technology Center (ITC) campus), is essential to the company’s continued ability to deliver industry-leading solutions to our customers. Now we will be able to accommodate anticipated growth in our R&D, technical support, IT infrastructure management, applications development and professional services teams,” , said CA Tech CEO William McCracken in Hyderabad, Monday.

Added Saurabh Srivastava, Chairman, CA Technologies (India). “Work carried out at the ITC is critical to our operations around the world. We have created a world-class working environment at the ITC to attract the best talent.”
The company’s 30.5 acre campus is arguably one of the finest in Hyderabad with environmentally-friendly features that include: rain water harvesting; sewerage treatment plant; solar fencing and external lights, and sensor-based lighting in common areas to reduce electricity consumption, among a host of other features.
Oct 5 2010