PayPal, the head of digital payments, said on Wednesday that it would hire 1,000 engineers for development centers across India this year in Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. PayPal will hire 1,000 engineers for these three city development centers over three years, across software, product development, data science, risk analysis and business analysis stream entry, mid-level and senior roles, a statement said.
India Technology Centers currently employs more than four and a half thousand people across the three centers. PayPal India has also announced its plans to lease campuses from top engineering colleges across India.
The agency noted that the epidemic has accelerated the transition to digital payments and highlighted the benefits of adopting the digital first method.
PayPal‘s products and services have become more relevant and, therefore, need to focus on technology innovation in AI / ML, data science, risk and security, customer experience and other key areas, it said.
Omni Channel and Customer Success, GM – PayPal India says, “Our India technology centers are the largest for PayPal outside the United States and play a leading role in keeping us constantly innovating and at the forefront,” said Guru Bhat, VP Omni Channel and Customer Success, GM – PayPal India said.
He added that as digital payments shift from beautiful to other essential services, the company is focusing on investing and nurturing world-class technology talent to deliver products and services that meet the needs of a growing customer base. And traders.
Last month, PayPal said it would shut down India’s domestic payment services from April 1 and instead focus on activating more international sales for Indian businesses.