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uber to hire 140 engineers in India

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uber to hire 140 engineers in India

new Delhi. Uber, a mobile app offering taxi booking services, is recruiting 140 engineers in the country. It will be part of the company's Bangalore and Hyderabad-based technology team where they will develop various products related to supply and customer service and help in the growth of customers and drivers. In the Indian market, American company Uber competes with domestic company Ola. The company has more than 600 employees in its offices in Hyderabad and Bangalore. The company's driver and customer support operations were disrupted due to the Kovid-19 crisis, as well as its operations were almost shut down. As a result, in May, the company had announced the removal of its 600 employees in the next three months.

"The company is recruiting 140 more engineers for its Bangalore and Hyderabad-based technology team," Uber said in a statement on Wednesday. These workers will develop state-of-the-art products in the areas of motorcycle drivers, driver growth, supply, market, customer service, digital payments, risk and compliance, security and financial technology. The supply is in line with the goal of making the facility more accessible. The company aims to become the main link of transport in thousands of cities of the world. Uber recently appointed Jairam Valliyur to head its global finance technology division. Valliyur has previously worked at Amazon for 14 years.

This post was published on August 6, 2020 1:44 am

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