Foodpanda has announced the kick off of its dedicated technology centre in Bengaluru. The state-of-the-art tech centre is aimed at strengthening the technology infrastructure, product functions and end-user experience for the corporation. A blueprint has been drawn to work with ~100 associates with strong tech background in a span of 6 to 9 months. The technical centre will be totally operational in a few of weeks. The centre will be headed by Nitin Gupta who has been recently appointed as the Head of Anatomist at Foodpanda.
The technology centre will extensively focus on reimagining the product, incorporate functions and introduce dedicated domains of Machine Learning and Data Sciences. This kind of would be given to develop more personalised programs for the restaurant companions and millions of possible customers in the country. The tech centre is envisioned to become a hub for the best tech talent doing work in the food tech space near your vicinity. The centre will also be used for extreme R&D functions in the future while leveraging recommendations from around the world.
Pranay Jivrajka, CEO, Foodpanda India, said, “Through the technology centre in Bengaluru, we envision to bring together the best team of tech enthusiasts working on building a future- ready product. Leveraging solid data sciences and machine learning, we intend to personalise offerings for all our stakeholders. Following the commitment to strengthen our delivery network, this is an instrumental step towards building a strong food tech ecosystem in the country. “
With Foodpanda’s recent allocation of Rs. 400 crore for delivery logistics, the tech centre will ensure an intense push in the way of building a soft experience for all the stakeholders – partner restaurants, riders, and end consumers – and creating a significant long-term business value. The tech centre is intended to offer an avenue for cross-pollination of talent within domains and fields in the food tech landscape.
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