KPIT Technologies, a leading provider of automotive ecosystem and mobility software, has announced the establishment of the Advanced Software Center in Kochi.

The center will be developed in conjunction with PathPartner technology, which joined the KPIT family in 2021. The company says its strategic partnership with global OEMs and Tier 1 and its focus on building software-labeled vehicles is constantly creating new opportunities in the automotive and mobile sectors. Skilled talent in India is looking for a challenging job, excellent culture, flexibility and high stature – being closer to home, the press release said.

As part of its “Best Place to Grow” mission, KPIT states that it focuses on investing in the center, learning and culture of excellence to become a net creator of new talent for the automotive software ecosystem. The Kochi Center will immediately add more than 200 roles and plans significant additions in the near future.

Rajesh Janwadkar, Senior Vice President and Member of the Executive Board of KPIT Technologies, said: “We plan to use talent in various centers of India and continue to look for engineers who are passionate about automotive technology. Today’s skilled talent requires quality and challenging work, independence, with a clear goal. The Kochi Center expansion offers a great mix of challenges, culture and talent growth in the region and people looking to move closer to home. ”

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