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Eyeing expansion, German software firm Bosch Global clears plan to set up tech centre in Hyderabad

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The German biggie Bosch will set up its Bosch Global Software Technologies centre in Hyderabad and the facility is expected to create around 3,000 jobs.

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In expansion mode, German technology major Global Software Technologies has announced to set up a new top-quality tech centre in . According to reports, German biggie Bosch will set up its Bosch Global Software Technologies centre in Hyderabad and the facility is expected to create around 3,000 jobs.

“BOSCH in Hyderabad! German MNC & world leader in Mobility, Industrial Engineering & Home Appliances has chosen Hyderabad as a strategic location with its Bosch Global Software Technologies and R&D presence. The proposed facility will provide employment to about 3000 people,” industries & IT minister K Taraka Rama Rao tweeted on Tuesday.

KTR also held a virtual meeting with the Bosch top brass during the day even as Bosch Global Software Technologies vice president and Hyderabad centre head Kiran Sundara Raman, was present at the meeting along with Telangana IT & industries principal secretary Jayesh Ranjan.

During the meeting, KTR told the Bosch leadership that Telangana, especially Hyderabad, offers the best talent pool and infrastructure, which is why many companies that have set up shop in the state went on to recruit more employees than they had initially announced.

Bosch entered India 100 years ago by first setting up a shop in Kolkata in 1922. On the other hand, Bosch's software and R&D division first set up its presence in India 25 years ago with its development centre in Bengaluru in 1997.

For the first time after 25 years, Bosch Global Software Technologies had decided to set up their facility in Hyderabad with a large presence of 3,000 people in IT, engineering, and R&D, the Telangana government said.

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