WatchGuard establishes office in Noida, India to expand R&D operations
Category: #business  By Mateen Dalal  Date: 2019-03-28
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WatchGuard establishes office in Noida, India to expand R&D operations
  • This office signifies the latest investment from the company into its aggressive IT Development initiatives
     
  • An important focus for its team would be for driving the R&D for new WatchGuard Cloud platform features

WatchGuard Technologies has recently announced the opening of a new office in Noida, India. This new office signifies the latest investment from the company into its aggressive IT Development and R&D initiatives, along with its focus on designing and developing main features in the WatchGuard Cloud platform.

A news release by WatchGuard reveals that, Awanti Singh, an information security industry veteran, is leading the development initiative as well as the rapid growth targets of the office. Singh stated that this is an exciting time for being at this firm for those who are eager towards building a cutting-edge technology, as the firm keeps on redefining the security market and transforming the network security industry.

Singh added that the most important focus for its team would be driving the R&D for new WatchGuard Cloud platform features, along with providing IT Development for its key product initiatives, which would enable the firm in continuing its rapid pace in terms of product innovation.

Chief Executive Officer of WatchGuard, Prakash Panjwani, said in a statement that the unrelenting commitment of the company towards product innovation heavily relies on the growing R&D capabilities of its global engineering team.

Panjwani further said that the company believes its people are the most important asset of this company and the massive experience of leadership and engineering Awanti brings to the table, and the enormously gifted team she has been building in India, would be instrumental in the ongoing development of WatchGuard Cloud.

It will also help to provide accelerated momentum and growth in 2019 and beyond for the company, Panjwani mentioned.

The new location, which is purportedly the first office of WatchGuard in India, enhances the ever-expanding global presence of the company and was strategically selected owing to the business environment and culture, the abundance of skilled engineering talent, along with the existing relationships of WatchGuard in the region.

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