Digital engineering company Persistent Systems opens office in Indore


Persistent Systems, an Indian digital engineering company, has opened its first office in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, thereby establishing its footprint in Central India.

The 450-seat technology delivery center in Indore will be instrumental in helping clients across industries to expedite business transformation. The new office of Persistent Systems is also expected to give career opportunities to software professionals in the region to develop next-generation software products and digital assets.

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Dr. Anand Deshpande — Persistent Systems Founder, Chairman, and Managing Director said: “We are delighted to include Indore in our global delivery network. This expansion enables us to attract top talent, further strengthening our delivery capabilities and our association with the region.”

Persistent Systems, which provides digital engineering and enterprise modernization services, is said to have more than 22,000 employees spread over 18 countries.

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